It's here, it's here! At long, long last, I can reveal the cover for From Unseen Fire: Isn't it gorgeous? I'm totally in love with it. Thanks to artist Tran Nguyen, who really nailed a fantastic look, and to the whole team at DAW for getting this put together. And, thanks to Unbound Worlds for hosting … Continue reading Cover Reveal for FROM UNSEEN FIRE
Today, I'm celebrating with some Patreon-exclusive content: a glimpse into Aven's magical world.
Tonight's #17Scribes Twitter chat (and yes, I'm still part of that group even though my debut got moved two days into 2018 -- they refused to part with me!) was focused on visualizing elements of our novels. I put together some image sets, and I thought I'd share them with y'all! First off, how I … Continue reading Visualizing FROM UNSEEN FIRE
Hallo! Cold, grey, dreary wintry days always have me wanting nothing more than to curl up with a good book, so I thought I would share some of my favorites with y'all. Not just favorites, but favorites that, in some way or another, I think will be enjoyable to the folk who will like From Unseen … Continue reading Reading Recommendations (while you’re waiting for FROM UNSEEN FIRE)
I was apparently feeling in a rather creative mood tonight. I've updated the header banners on FB and Twitter: The old one was really only ever a placeholder, and I quite like this. The picture's actually one I took while visiting Rome last summer! I think I'm going to redo it for the blog as … Continue reading A creative sort of evening
Carrie Fisher helped me realize -- continues to help me realize, because it's a process, not a moment -- that I can and will produce good things, good work and good art, even in the midst of personal crisis or chaos.
If a female English-speaking writer were looking for a patron saint, you could do far worse than Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke.
I was hellbent not to use English unless I absolutely had to. Armed with Google Translate, a willing attitude, and a charming smile, I set out to experience la citta eterna in its own voice.
A sister is different than a friend. Friends, you can choose. But sisters, you're given.