The pre order for my fall release, COLORS IN THE DARK, is now up on Amazon and on Gumroad. I'm still waiting on cover art, which is in progress, and I should have it back from copy edits this week, so it's moving into the final stages. As a reminder, Patreon members not only got… Continue reading Preorders, & What I’m Writing
That's right, AJ's story is now out in the world. Currently only ebooks are available--I'm having some issues with Amazon at the moment regarding the cover for the paperback cover. They are coming, it just might be a little while before they become available. Because we will be moving at the end of July, I… Continue reading Magic in the Headlines Release Day!
Some time ago, I had an idea. I wanted to write a book about a typewriter. This image inspired the dress AJ wears in her introduction. At the time, I had grand ambitions of one day curating and restoring a collection of late 19th and early 20th century typewriters, but quickly realized that neither my… Continue reading Inspiration Shots: Magic in the Headlines
Aurora Jane "AJ" Marshall has wanted to be a reporter from the day she first sat on her father's lap reading the headlines. The 1920s are supposed to be all about freedom, and women are flaunting their independence as voting flappers who drive cars and smoke cigarettes. Well, AJ can't smoke because of her asthma,… Continue reading Magic in the Headlines
We're doing something a little different this time around on WTKM. I'd be willing to bet that most of you have never heard the word nystagmus before, so let me break things down a little. Nystagmus is an involuntary, rapid eye movement. It can be caused by several things, including drug overdoses and head injuries,… Continue reading Would this Kill Me in the 1800s: Nystagmus
How are the Nano Campers doing on their goals? I confess. I suck. I've written a total of 400 new words on my Camp Nano story this month. I did absolutely no prep work, and it shows. I'm not even in the right head space for this story right now, so I think I'm just… Continue reading Letters from Camp