writing

The Publishing Roadmap Preview

That's right! October 1 I'll be releasing the third and finally installment of the author roadmap series over in my shop. The series covers everything from Nanowrimo to writing your first book on your own schedule, how to settle on and develop an idea, all the way through to picking what publishing path works best… Continue reading The Publishing Roadmap Preview

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Magic in Midtown Release

That's right, it's release day! You can now pick up the second book of the AJ Marshall series on Amazon & on Gumroad. Remember, if you want anything other than whatever the current standard kindle format is, head on over to Gumroad where I list .mobi, .epub, .pdf, and any other requested formats (leave a… Continue reading Magic in Midtown Release

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The New Author Workbook

With the second book in the Author Roadmap series coming out at the end of the month, I thought now might be a good time to highlight the first book, the New Author Workbook. If you're looking for ideas on how to write, then this is the book for you. It includes printable worksheets to… Continue reading The New Author Workbook

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Colors in the Dark

Eileen, "The Spirit Princess of New York," has spent her life on the stage, supporting her family just as her mother and grandmother before her. And like her predecessors, she knows that one day her powers will drive her insane.But while traveling in London, Eileen meets the Temple siblings, a brother and sister who show… Continue reading Colors in the Dark

knitting

New Article on Piecework

I have a new article up on the Piecework website. Piecework is a magazine all about history, textiles, and preservation. Whether you are a knitter, seamstress, cross stitcher, or other textile artist, it's a great place to learn more about the history and preservation of craft. You can read the article here. Want more information… Continue reading New Article on Piecework

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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

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Coming this Fall

Are you ready? It's time for your first teaser for my next book, out October 6. It's spooky. It's dark. And it's inspired by a historical period that mirrors the current one. BY THE GRACE is a paranormal mystery set in 1918, with an autistic main character. Stay tuned for more information. If you want… Continue reading Coming this Fall

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Upcoming Events

Have you checked my author pages yet? I have several events coming up soon! January 18: Introduction to Drop Spindle class at Maker's Mercantile Join me for a 2 hour introductory lesson into spinning with a drop spindle! We'll cover the quick and dirty basics to get you started asap, answer questions, and provide resources… Continue reading Upcoming Events

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Bound Off

That's right, tomorrow is release day! After 12 years of work, a failed attempted a indie publishing, and innumerable drafts, the Evie Cappelli series is finally coming to a close. The omnibus will be out tomorrow, in both ebook and paperback, on Amazon and on my Etsy (it will take a little longer for me… Continue reading Bound Off

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Q&A: Bind Off: The Evie Cappelli Bind Up

When is this book coming out?  April 30, 2019 What is this book even about? This is a full compendium of the entire Evie Cappelli series, including all three novels, newly revised and edited, all the short stories, plus a brand new short story, and 4 knitting patterns, including 2 brand new designs. What formats… Continue reading Q&A: Bind Off: The Evie Cappelli Bind Up