It didn’t occur to me why the contractor was looking over my shoulder and fidgeting nervously. It didn’t occur to me until after he’d left. I wonder how long he’d been staring at the Anubis statues and the ritual dagger sitting Continue reading Pizza Delivery… “Umm, are you a witch?”
Today I really didn’t have much profound to talk about (it’s payroll!) so I thought I’d do a BEST OF post to share with you some of my favorite blog entries from years past. Back in 2009 I shared some Continue reading The Best Of…
I’ve been following a lot of series work in the paranormal mystery/urban fantasy genres and it seems to me far too many series start sucking between books 6-8. Rowling was smart to end Harry Potter on number 7. That was Continue reading Shorter Series
So more and more I read about how they’re just now discovering how all these chemicals in stuff we use everyday can cause everything from obesity to cancer to birth defects and infertility. See, what happened is we were so Continue reading Healthy Changes or Futile Effort?
Earlier this week I wrote a post about fantasy author Steph Swainston’s career change and how I felt about all the things she really disliked about being a career novelist. There’s a part of every person’s job that they may dislike Continue reading The Shy Writer
A lot of people ask me why I don’t blabber on and on about my magickal work online. I guess they assume that if I’m not talking about what I do spiritually, that my spirituality doesn’t exist. That couldn’t be Continue reading To Keep Silent
I woke up to the laughter of characters. They have entire scenes and dialogues already worked out and they’re begging me to write them down. Sadly I don’t work on “character” time. I’ve got responsibilities. I have to get up, Continue reading A Day in the Life
The entire story that broke over the weekend about Author Steph Swainston giving up her day job (writing) to teach chemistry has a lot of writers whispering. Are publishers really expecting too much from writers by expecting them to crank out a novel Continue reading Fans, Publishers, and the Writing Life
Earlier this morning on the news they were talking about how our economy was moving toward a service based industry. (This news on the same day that our space shuttle program runs its last mission nonetheless. ::sob::) The coining of Continue reading Hold, Please.
I’m feeling like perhaps I should create some structure for this blog. It’s so haphazard at the moment that I imagine it could be difficult for readers to follow what they’re interested in and skip the stuff they’re not. I mean, Continue reading Structure