I’ve been posting teaser images to twitter, but realized I could post them here so you could see them from GoodReads or the web as well:
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Today I’m over on Brenda Drake’s blog critiquing a query and some first pages for Pitchwars. Query letters may be the hardest part of writing the book. Maybe.
Today I’d like to discuss what remains of fairy tales and how it was likely very different for the people hearing them. This explains in some ways the fascination I have with fairy tales and retellings. If you read an original fairy tale without embellishment, odds are you’ll come away… Read more »
When I was a young person, my parents bought me a typewriter. It wasn’t because they had nothing to do. I was diagnosed with disgraphia. Which is to say, my brain and my fingertips don’t get along. Fine motor control is painful (literally) after a short time and degrades further…. Read more »
Today I’m over at All Things Urban Fantasy talking about the villains I love to hate. There’s also an ARC giveaway!
Today I’m delighted to participate in the cover reveal for Kelly Walker’s new novel, “Begin with Goodbye.” Isn’t it gorgeous? Kelly’s a long time critique partner of mine and did the images for my website as well, so it’s not surprising the cover looks great. BLURB- Revenge is best… Read more »
To celebrate the countdown to my modern fairy tale, “Free Agent,” I’m taking a look at some classic fairy tales you probably haven’t heard or read. I’ll recap the fairy tale, and note how in modern terms we at the Grimm Agency would handle things better. There’s a reason for… Read more »
I have these beautiful signed ARCs of Free Agent. An ARC is an early printing of the book, with a plain cover and some copy errors. These ARCs are signed by me and available for you to win. I can’t wait to share this with you. The contest is open… Read more »
While it feels strange to be talking about sequels when you haven’t gotten to read the first book, I’m delighted to say we have a deal to publish a novella in between “Free Agent” and “Armageddon Rules.” This means that once you’ve devoured (and hopefully loved!) Free Agent, you’ll be… Read more »