I usually ignore them. And Nigerian princes. And people who start conversations with “hi.” But one day I had enough and I sent every single stupid request a reply message. It made me happy.
That’s pretty exciting for me! The Whitney Awards are for LDS authors, and I’m thrilled that Nameless: The Darkness Comes was nominated for it! Especially since it might be a little bit different than the typical LDS fare. I’m so excited that the judges will take the time to read it, and hopefully even enjoy it a little. 🙂
Woo hoo! TeleRead reviews my debut urban fantasy novel, Nameless: The Darkness Comes. It’s a pretty awesome review and it makes me happy. What is even funnier, though, is that the sequel to Nameless is titled Relentless. Why does that make me crack up? Read the review and find out! 😀
Hello, darling ones! It seems like a thousand things have caught my attention lately. I thought I’d give you a little snippet of interesting things that might be worth your time. Things to cheer you up, help you out, make you think, or just help you while away a few minutes. (I just had to look up whether or not you … Read More
So apparently I was the last to know because I am off in my own little Mercedes La-La Land, but Demons has been nominated for a Stoker. Woo hoo! I’m so delighted to be part of that collection, and a Stoker nom is just too cool. (Wait! Correction! Recommended for a Stoker. Thanks to Ken for the correction. I am … Read More
I just finished Joseph Mead’s debut novel Aleera: Tainted Blood. Aleera, the daughter of a demonic warlord and a succubus, is being tormented by a serial killer who leaves behind charred bodies. While trying to track down the killer, she is constantly battling her own dark urges. Will she be able to control the demon inside her when her life is at stake? … Read More
Yesterday I signed DEMONS at Dark Delicacies in Burbank, which is probably the coolest bookstore that I have ever seen. It was great! John Skipp is always amazing. A more likable man there never was! I got to hang with the wildly entertaining Laura Lee Bahr (check out her debut novel Haunt), RC Matheson, Zak Jarvis, Cody Goodfellow, and David J. Schow. … Read More
Wanna know what Shock Totem editor Ken Wood thought of my Demons story? He thought it was so awesome that it set his heart aflame! Or maybe he was just angry that I named the demon Tam. Nah, I choose the setting his heart aflame thing instead.
I say. Cheerfully. Because there ain’t nothing like a good, demonic horde coming your way, right? I’m pleased to announce that John Skipp’s Demons: Encounters with the Devil and His Minions, Fallen Angels, and the Possessed has finally arrived! My story “Daisies and Demons” is nestled neatly inside. Honestly, I’m all aflutter. Do you want to see this amazing TOC? … Read More
Friends! I can’t tell you how cool this is, and how excited I am! My little ole story “Daisies and Demons” has made it into John Skipp’s very cool Demons: Encounters with the Devil and His Minions, Fallen Angels, and the Possessed anthology. Can’t you just taste my excitement? Do you see this super fantastic group of peopleI’m sharing a TOC … Read More