It's that day of the year again: I made it all the way around the sun without being eaten by a faster predator. I shall celebrate with cake later (my husband made me a cake!) and intend to be pretty much a sloth, but since I'm forty-mumble, I don't really need any more things. So, … Continue reading Birthday Presence
Cover by the brilliant Inkspiral Design. Given "Village Fool" released on the Bold Strokes Books website yesterday it occurred to me it might be a good time to revisit the entirety of the Village series of shorts and novellas in one place, in chronological order. Now, I worked hard to make sure you can read … Continue reading The Ever-Growing Village
It's time toot the noisemaker! Today, on the Bold Strokes Books Webstore, my newest Village Novella, "Village Fool," is available! You can get it in whatever e-format you need for your e-reading device (it's a novella, so there's no physical book), and you can do so two weeks earlier than it'll be available everywhere else … Continue reading Today’s the Day! “Village Fool” Now Available at @BoldStrokeBooks Webstore!
I get to register 'Village Fool' this year, as well as the new versions of 'Handmade Holidays.' Oh man, this year it feels even more wonderful than most. Last week, I checked my mailbox with increasing anticipation (because I've learned it's often a Valentine's Day surprise) and lo! There it was. The envelope from the … Continue reading Canuck Authors: It’s PLR Time Again!
Hey there! Today is the second Monday of February, which means today is the deadline for the Flash Fiction Draw challenge that Jeffrey Ricker drew a week ago. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you can catch up here, but the short version is he used a deck of cards to randomly select … Continue reading February Flash Fiction Draw — “Deceptive Expectations”
Good morning! Today is the second Monday of January, which means today is the deadline for the Flash Fiction Draw challenge that Jeffrey Ricker drew a week ago. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, you can catch up here, but the short version is he used a deck of cards to randomly … Continue reading January Flash Fiction Draw — “A Fairy Tale for the Little Acorn.”