My friends! I’m so delighted to share that my short story “Fracture” won the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction! I am over the moon. What does this mean? The Bram Stoker Awards are considered the Oscars of horror. It means that something I wrote, a beautiful little story about love, loss, and healing (but not always … Read More
On Saturday night, I was blown away when I was awarded the beautiful Bram Stoker Award for my story Little Dead Red. Little Dead Red is probably the darkest thing I’ve written. It’s a tale about little girls, their dead-inside mothers, and the Wolves of the world. It’s a tale of love and justice. It’s a difficult read because it isn’t … Read More
How cool is this? Nameless: The Darkness Comes won Staff Choice for Genre Book Cover in the New LDS Fiction Book Cover Contest. Say that ten times fast! But I get a cool little badge and the satisfaction of knowing that, thanks to George Cotronis and Ragnarok Publications, my book covers RagnarROK.
Happy New Year, my friends! I hope your holidays were fun and that you achieve your dreams this year. I have wonderful news! Not only is my debut novel, Nameless, coming out at the end of this month (EEEEEE!) but Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: A Tale of Atomic Love won the Reddit Stabby Award for Best Short Fiction of … Read More
Hey! Somebody won some stuff. Is it you???
You know who makes me happy? Amie Boudreau. She’s intelligent, sweet, and all kinds of quirky. Anyway! She won the “Yay-I-Have-An-Agent!” giveaway, and was cool enough to blog about it! Hooray! Also, I’m a lousy packer and the horns broke in the mail (oh no!) but she was even great about that, saying that someone dear could fix it. Thanks for … Read More
Is there anything more delicious than this? No, not really. I won another week of the #NovelChallenge against Simon. This man makes losing look fantastic. This is the third time that he’s lost to me. But this week I lost to him for the very first time. What will my consequence be, do you think? Anyway, awesome pic, Simon. You’re stellar.