Her mama always said she was special. His daddy called him a demon. But even monsters can fall in love. Montessa Tovar is walking home alone when she is abducted by Lu, a serial killer with unusual talents and a grudge against the world. But in time, the victim becomes the executioner as ‘Apocalyptic’ Montessa and her doomed lover, ‘Nuclear’ … Read More
I wrote a blog post for the SFWA about writing with stolen time. Won’t you please stop by and read it? It’s for all of us, but especially those of us who don’t have hours to spend at a keyboard. I hope it’s helpful! You can read the post HERE.
One of my goals was to join the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, or the SFWA. It took a lot of hard work to become a member, and many of my writing goals are still SFWA oriented. For the third stop of the Beautiful Sorrows blog tour, I conrtibuted a post titled “Define Me: The Role of Changelings … Read More
Paul Park’s Nebula nominated novella Ghosts Doing the Orange Dance completely broke my head. It was an intricate, surreal story with multiple layers and just very, very cool. He was gracious enough to let me interview him, and it just went up on the SFWA blog. Come read it at http://www.sfwa.org/2011/09/nebula-awards-2010-interview-paul-park/