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[sticky post] Welcome to My Blog

Hello and welcome to my professional blog. In this blog, I will mostly write about writing, editing, publishing, slush reading and the calls for submission I am making or responding to. There will be writer advice based on whatever lesson I am relearning, interview links for current projects and random bits that relate to writing in some emotional or technical way. I have no filters and make liberal use of the tag system.

See my profile for my event appearances, book covers, bio and other such things.

My personal blog, gaaneden, is where I talk about my husband, my cats, my gaming and other randomness of everyday life. It is a lot less structured and a lot more fluff. Feel free to add my personal LJ as well.

Nov. 18th, 2019

Blog: 2019 Awards Edibility Post. Tis the season. Since I've been asked, here is a list of what was published in 2019 that is eligible for awards.
Blog: Days Go By. Thinking about Dad and John. Writing a lot. Have an earworm.
Today is a big anniversary for me. 13 years ago today, I officially became a full-time author and editor. I wanted to see if I could do it and make a career out of it. 15+ novels/novellas and 16+ edited anthologies later... yeah. I think I'm getting the hang of this.
Blog: Tell Me – Danielle Ackley-McPhail and Day Al-Mohamed tell me about rewriting/retelling old classic faerie tales. This Kickstarter has just 3 days left. Check it out!
Blog: Bubble & Squeek - Podcasts, Publications, and Recommendations, oh my!
Blog: Author by the Sea. How my personal writing retreat went and what I learned by taking a vacation by myself for myself for the first time in my life.

Sep. 10th, 2019

Oh, yes! I have a new story out. It's a collab between me and John Helfers called, “Written in Red.” This is my first collaboration with John and it turned out be a good one. Tie-in story for the Emberwind RPG.
Blog: Tell Me - Dawn Vogel. Today, she tells me how she incorporates real world history that is stranger than fiction into her writing.