So, not too long ago, I was going through my Twitter followers and putting them into lists because I’d become overwhelmed by my feed (stream? why do I suck at knowing social media terms?) and hadn’t really touched it in
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To the Waters and the Wild has been selected to be included in The Best of Turtleduck Press, Volume I, being released on August 1. The volume will also include a sneak peek of Shards, being released on December 1.
To the Waters and the Wild is a contemporary fantasy story about a family whose secrets run deeper than most.
You know, Squiders, no one talks about the work one has to do before one can even start to think about marketing. (Well, someone probably does. But it’s not obvious.) Shards comes out in a little over a month, and
You know, despite all the subgenre studies we’ve done here, I still have a hard time differentiating between urban fantasy and paranormal romance. I mean, logically, I can spout off definitions but I have a hard time with actual books
What is a book description you say, Squiders? It’s that thing that shows up next to a book on Amazon (or your favorite book-buying location) that gives you a basic run down of the plot so you know whether or
As we’ve talked about before, Squiders, I am terrible at TV (my husband and I are still very slowly making our way through the last season of Falling Skies, which I think ended in August), but I like this trend
This is probably not really a thing, but have you ever found that you’ve taken to something from your ethnic background like a fish takes to water? For example, in spring of 2010 my husband and I took a lovely
After Tuesday’s post, some of you guys asked why I was waffling on Nano. The answer gets lengthy, so I thought it’d be easier to just post it here and then everyone can be enlightened at once. I’ve done Nano