(Also the whole app is live, but whatever because I'm pumped about this story!) All Wren Pruitt wanted was a night free of ghostly apparitions. What she got was a vampire in her bed. On the run from a deranged warlock and transforming into a mysterious being herself, Wren is thrown into the world of… Continue reading Creatures and Covens is Live on Kindle Vella
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Lorelei is an artist. Well, a failed one, at least. Because of this, sometimes she sees the world through paintings and sculptures. There isn't anything obscure in The Weary Traveler, but I thought I'd post about the handful of references made in case any of them were new to my Dear Readers. No spoilers here,… Continue reading Art References in The Weary Traveler
I'm writing this post because my dear mother has said on multiple occasions that she will "just have to get a Kindle" when my next book comes out as electronic only. (The Weary Traveler won't be in paperback, just a heads up!) It's very sweet on her part, but objectively untrue, so I figured I'd… Continue reading How To Read eBooks Without An eReader
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I've got The Weary Traveler out to beta readers which means I have two weeks while waiting for feedback to do WHATEVER I WANT. Well, not really. The timing was actually perfect as the producer of the narration for The Association just sent me all the audio to review (audio book out soon!), and there… Continue reading A Tiny Break And Thoughts On Voice
If you are unfamiliar with the sharp rise and steep decline of angry American rap/rock of the late 90s/early 00s, I simultaneously am in awe of, and feel sorry for, you. It was a weird time: people dressed in velour tracksuits, bright pink newsboy caps, and a lot of denim, and also the word "terrorism"… Continue reading What’s Fred Durst Up To These Days?
I know I am about a million times bigger than you (do your multiple eyes allow you to comprehend our size difference?), I produce loud obnoxious noises (do you even have ears?), and I appear to have the powers of a goddess by turning on and off the sun (okay, that one's real), but I… Continue reading Dear Spider On The Ceiling Of My Kitchen