Working Hard, Working Hard at Escape Reading

Working Hard, Working Hard at Escape Reading

Did I ever mention this anthology I’m editing? I did? Well, yeah, it’s a big, big job and right now a BIG, BIG job and all worth it. It’s awesome and amazing and I’m so proud. But I’m also exhausted and need some escape reading. I mentioned that this month, January, I’ll be reading The Wrath and the Dawn, and I am. Only I finally realized that despite having the ebook, I don’t have time to sit and...

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Of Research and Acquisitions

Of Research and Acquisitions

So. I found this wonderful image of a trickster who is the very essence of my Bardán Fury. Should I buy some of these cards for giveaways?Bardán Fury (of The Fury Triad) was a valued member of Henry VIII’s court, along with those of his offspring, and had the foresight to understand the need for the Magi–the magical people–to withdraw from the Ordinary world and create their own places between the seams of reality as we know...

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Day Four of the Blog Tour: Of Adders & Rattlesnakes

Day Four of the Blog Tour: Of Adders & Rattlesnakes

Today is a wild day on the blog tour, with a post on Magical Words and also on Celluloid Blonde. I wrote this blog entry for Magical Words in which I talked about writing about snakes. It’s the post I was going to write for Max Adams’ blog, but she wouldn’t let me because she said she doesn’t do snakes. There is irony, here, people. Irony. Because Max is the one who made me write about snakes in Nicholl Award-winning script, Redemption...

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My Note to the Librarians and Booksellers at the RT Booklovers Convention

My Note to the Librarians and Booksellers at the RT Booklovers Convention

Apr 24, 2014 I can’t wait to meet you! On behalf of my Momma, my Grannymamma, my Igdaddy, my Uncle Fred and Uncle Nelson– I am proud to be part of your welcome to the 2014 RT BookLovers Convention. I grew up on the stories of the years they lived in a boarding house in the Garden District, and a few years before my mother died, she took my son and me to see that house. She pointed out who lived where and told us gossip that was...

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Racing the Calendar

Apr 23, 2014 We are racing the calendar to have the hardcover edition of This Crumbling Pageant available at the RT Booklovers Convention in New Orleans. Once again, the fabulous Kim Killion has knocked it out of the ballpark with this gorgeous cover. “In England it is said the Furys have a way of pleasing kings…” England, 1811. The people of Ordinary England are unaware of a hidden magical England existing alongside—the world of the...

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