Mind Meld: Our Favorite Graphic Novels

I was delighted to be invited to the Barnes and Noble Sci-Fi and Fantasy Blog to discuss my favorite graphic novel! “What, Mercedes, you have a favorite?” Why yes, I do, and it’s so insanely beautiful that I could lick it. And perhaps I have, because not only do I own it, but it’s signed by the author. One day … Read More

Barnes and Noble B-Fest Follow-up!

  We had the best time! It was super cool to talk about writing with four other local authors. I enjoyed them so much! Then we had a signing and a chance to chat with each other and the readers who came to visit. It was such a pleasure. It was also a dream come true to see my books … Read More

Come See Me at Barnes and Noble Today!

Barnes and Noble is celebrating B-Fest this weekend! Stores all over the nation are having guest authors, panels, signings, giveaways, and games. It’s a great time to pop in and support your favorite authors. Join us today for B-First at 11, where you can get samplers of upcoming YA books, an author panel and signing with Christene Houston, Jessie Humphries, … Read More

Book Signing Update!

I forgot to update you guys on the Barnes and Noble book signing! We had a lot of fun, and there was a great turn out. Especially for Kathy-Lynn Cross, who was signing her debut novel! It was very exciting. It was even more exciting when somebody grabbed a copy of Erica Keifer’s book and a copy of mine, and … Read More

Miss Murder is Shorn. And a Signing.

I asked him to take off six inches and he took off a foot. From this: to this:   Ah well. It was too long, anyway. Let’s try and rock this!   Also, I’ll be signing books with Erica Keifer and Sally Johnson tomorrow (8/23/14) at the Northwest Barnes and Noble! Rainbow Promenade, 2191 N Rainbow Blvd., Las Vegas, NV … Read More

Dreams Come True: Barnes and Noble and the Radio

So something happened yesterday that was a dream come true for me. When I was a little girl, being a writer meant walking into a book store and seeing my work in there. Ebooks didn’t exist. The Internet wasn’t anything I had ever heard of. Writers wrote and then magical unicorns named Stabby took these manuscripts to Editorial Gods, who … Read More