Happy Memorial Day, American Squiders. I have returned to you, albeit slightly more sun-roasted than I left you. The sun and I have an understanding. I slather myself in sunscreen, it burns me in places I have never burned before
As we speak, my husband and I are somewhere deep in the Rocky Mountains. I’m using his cell phone as a modem – it’s like being on dial-up again – and we’re jamming to Falconer as my husband drives my
So, now that Spring has sprung (or so I assume – it’s hard to tell around the rain) I am getting a better idea of how my yard works. We have a ridiculous amount of wildlife. Foxes, coyotes, raccoons, birds
I hear it in interviews, from my writer friends, at book signings – the novel that went into a drawer, never to come out again. Their first or third or eighth novel that was so bad it didn’t deserve to
Sometimes life kicks you in the stomach and then sits on you and pokes you repeatedly in the face. Those times sucks. It seems to be human instinct to wallow, at least for a short while, during these times. To
I thought about changing the title of the blog to “Where Sky Sharks Fear to Tread” but then I realized that there is nowhere that Sky Sharks fear to tread, and also that they would probably eat me for even
Phew! I am exhausted, but I am home, and it seems like a good time was had by all with my lovely guest bloggers. Much thanks and love to KD, Ian, and Anne, for their stimulating pieces on interspecies warfare.
Today’s post is brought to you by the effervescent Anne Marie. Anne writes YA urban fantasy and allows me to foist new music on her on a regular basis without complaint. She also adores pancakes despite being allergic to them.
Today’s post is brought to you by the mildly insane Ian Dudley. Ian writes dark comedic science fiction (mostly) and is presumed to be armed and dangerous. You should never look him directly in the eye, as he sees that
Today’s entry is brought to you by KD Sarge. KD writes science fiction and fantasy. She is the author of Knight Errant and His Faithful Squire (coming in August), both from Turtleduck Press. Neither contains landsquid, but she does have