Year end soon! New book soon!

Over the Night Horizon is almost done, and soon on the ebook shelf and amazon. Just finishing editing and formatting. I’m super proud of this one. 2016 is shuffling to … Continue Reading →

Blood In The Rain 2

It’s alive. Grab your favorite ghoul boy or goblin girl ( or whatever permutation suits your likes), snuggle in and read some racy vampire tales while the cold halloween winds … Continue Reading →

The plan for 2017 and beyond

Fired out a few resumes. This writer needs paid work. I like writing. I seem to do a lot of it. I’m told I do it well. Pacing now just … Continue Reading →

Summer’s over!

Seriously happy to see the tail end of the oppressive humidity( which I can handle) and the wasps ( which I am absolutely terrified of). The wasps are hanging on, … Continue Reading →

Book Rec Monday: jewelery history.

For jewelery history:   This is the one I used in college and while the pictures aren’t fantastic, it’s inexpensive and a moderately easy read. I’m eyeing another book to … Continue Reading →

Post Con Wrap Up 2016

After seven years of vending, in the sprawl of the AmericasMart, I dropped that for several business and creative reasons ( dropping sales and wanting to focus more on high … Continue Reading →

updates soon

Just unpacked, just got home late last night, and will have some notes and book reqs from the panels. Laundry, and taking small man to his pre-k for the morning, … Continue Reading →

Dragoncon 2016

My tenth dragoncon. I went from being a street team member for a band, to a vendor for 7 years, to this, a published author and goldsmith. Its been a … Continue Reading →

Conventions, schedules

I am attending Libertycon next year, July 2017, so more on that in time. Dragoncon looms, and suddenly my schedule exploded with me on panels and in the parade with … Continue Reading →

A midsummer’s writer’s lament

There’s never enough AC. And my balcony garden completely fried in the relentless heat. I long for some crashing thunderstorms and torrential rain, but while the first year here had … Continue Reading →