Monthly Archives: May 2014

“The Siege of 7C”

I’m happy to report that the second of the Heaven & Earth stories, “The Siege of 7C,” is up on Amazon, Kobo, and Smashwords! (Oh, and the first one, “The Tenants of 7C,” is up too, if you missed it.) The series is urban fantasy, which just means it puts fantastic characters in a modern […]

“It is pity that he liveth”: Authors and Their Characters

“What?” seyde Sir Launcelot, “is he a theff and a knyght and a ravyssher of women? He doth shame unto the order of knyghthode, and contrary unto his oth. Hit is pyté that he lyvyth.” — Sir Thomas Malory, Le Morte Darthur A while back, a certain mystery writer caused a minor furor online with […]

Going Indie: My Journey

It started, I suppose, nearly two years ago when I went into the local BMV bookstore with my friend Victoria, and we browsed through the Writing section and found a book called The Indie Author Guide. I think it was the cover picture that really drew me in: it shows a laptop on a sidewalk […]

Change & News

I find it easy to fall into the trap of thinking that I’ll never be able to change the set patterns and habits of my life, even if I want to. It’s just not true, and a cursory review of events from my life proves it. I used to be single, for a long time, […]