Pimp A Friend Friday: Lillian Rose and Meriweather Asterios

You guys! YOU GUYS. Lillian Rose Asterios and her husband Merris do some of the most gorgeous artistic work that you’re going to find. I can’t tell you how breathless I am to see what they create and sell. Things like this: Do you see those stunning earrings? They’re made from ethically collected butterflies who have already passed. I swoon. … Read More

Painted Stories. Check Out This Art!

The reading was a wonderful experience. I went in to it pretty worn out and exhausted, but I felt rejuvenated by the time I left. Wonderful organizers and a warm, receptive audience really made for a good time. But the art. Oh, the art! I read a section from Nameless: The Darkness Comes while two intriguing artists with wildly different … Read More

Free Spooky Reading Tonight!

    I’m so excited, you guys! Just a quick reminder that I’ll be reading from Nameless: The Darkness Comes down at the Clark County Library in three hours. The address is 1401 E. Flamingo, and we’ll be in the Jewel Box Theater. The readings and paintings will go from 2-4 pm. There will be time for questions and a signing after. … Read More

Such A Dreamy Day

My friends. I had so much to tell you today. About interviews and books and new authors I met and how hard I’ve been working. How splendidly everything is coming along. But today is such a dreamy day. I can’t seem to do anything physical and logical. I can’t talk to people right in front of me. But today Melanie … Read More

My Doppleganger!

Thank you to the talented and likeable Danny Grigsby for painting this amazing painting! I can’t tell you how excited I am!   My Angry Ginger and I dressed her up. First in my old ball gown. (Everybody needs a red ball gown.)   And then in my wedding dress.   Now she’s hanging on the wall where she belongs. … Read More

Shark Art!

The coolest thing happened.  Remember my short piece “Public Mourning” that was published in Robert Swartwood’s Hint Fiction anthology?  I was all atwitter about it.  I was in an anthology with Joyce Carol Oates, for crying out loud! How could things get any better? Well, they managed to, and this is SWEET.  The Columbia Art League ( http://www.columbiaartleague.org/ ) in Missouri … Read More