Hey, y’all! Today I’m going to be participating in Rosalie Valentine’s Flash Fiction Dash. The challenge was to write a 1k or less flash fiction from a prompt. We had the option of picking an image prompt or a sentence prompt, but I couldn’t decide which I wanted, so Rosalie gave me both. I wrote… Continue reading Penprints Flash Fiction Dash: Human Error
In October of last year, I wrote a post on this blog talking about my most recent story. I talked about how it was a major change for me, genre-wise, because, you know, it’s a historical sci-fi (in other news, I’ve decided it’s in the year 1954 exactly). But I had no idea how big… Continue reading Writing Update: Graphic Novel?
Last year, I did this tag with Won’t Feel a Thing, and it was pretty cool, so I figured, why not do it again? For those of you who don’t know, Beautiful Books is a tag hosted by Paper Fury and Further Up and Further In. It’s a NaNoWriMo-themed variation on their normal monthly tag, Beautiful People. Instead of asking… Continue reading Beautiful Books: From Stranger Worlds
Aren’t intros to blog posts the worst? (Well, actually, German sausages are the wurst…) I could say, “Today I’m participating in the blog tour for Bryan Davis’s new book, Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World,” but I’m assuming you can read both the title and the banner, since, well, you’re reading this right now… So… Continue reading Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World
Hello again, readers (assuming I still have readers after my long absence)! I’m here today to announce something very special—something we (or at least I) have been waiting for for a couple years now. Have you ever wanted a big break to get a short story published? Do you like Fairy Tale retellings? Do you… Continue reading RoogleWood Press Fairy-Tale Contest!
Yes, NaNoWriMo is coming. We all know it, and, frankly, most of us aren’t sure whether to be excitedly waiting November 1st, or dreading it. But, yes, as I pretty much always do, I am participating this year, with my most recent novel, Won’t Feel a Thing. So! To get y’all acquainted with my novel (and… Continue reading Beautiful Books: Won’t Feel a Thing
How would you live if you knew the day you’d die? In a world where everyone has a Clock showing their day of death, Parvin Blackwater tries to find purpose in her last year alive. But will she defy the authorities to find it? Good sunset, readers! I can’t believe we’ve come to… Continue reading The Rise Tour!