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Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Christmas break…

The first line contest is taking the month of December off for a Christmas break. Contractual obligations, book revisions, crits for friends, and general madness might break me otherwise. But! The contest will be back in January. Watch for other cool things happening as well. January begins The Year of the Book! Delia’s Shadow will […]

Only one day left!!

Due to our modem deciding to fail, I haven’t been able to get online for a couple of days. Timing is everything and all that. But the new one arrived this afternoon and all is well again. Just in time for me to remind you about the Worldbuilder auctions that end TOMORROW. Yes, ladies and […]

The Next Big Thing

Ian Tregillis, author of Bitter Seeds, The Coldest War, and the forthcoming Necessary Evil, (books you should all read) asked me if I wanted to be a part of The Next Big Thing, a round robin questionnaire traveling from writer’s blog to writer’s blog. It looked like fun, so I said yes. As others have […]

This is your chance to name a murder victim!

Long time readers of my journal and the beta readers for my novels all know that the body count in my books is…high. ::cough:: No one is safe. Murder victims need names. My second Worldbuilder auction gives the winning bidder an opportunity to name a murder victim in Against A Brightening Sky, the third Gabe […]

24, 24 hours to go…

Today is the last day to bid on an amazing set of Worldbuilders auctions. Prices on some of these auctions are still incredibly low considering what’s being offered. Don’t miss out. Not only would you win the opportunity for a professional crit by an industry professional, you’ll be helping to feed people. Sounds like a […]

I whisper all your names, I know not where you are

So, it’s a well established fact that my writer brain hates me. Either it feeds me bits and pieces of story, doling plot and conflict out like they’re the last few, bruised and shrunken autumn apples, or it feeds me more ideas and concepts than I could write in ten lifetimes. All of this usually […]


Winners, November First Line Contest!

Holy moly, you guys make this so difficult to choose. But choose I must, so I did. First winner: acwise Each Friday at 5 p.m. Ambrose Pierce walked through a small blue door and vanished. It was not something he intended to do, or even enjoyed doing; it simply happened. Regardless of whether he had […]