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publication Rock Revival

Rock Revival is Here!

July 12, 2018

It’s a bit late in the day over here, but the day is not quite over. Today, Rock Revival makes its way into the world. It’s hard to encapsulate just what it feels like to put a book out like this. Technically, it’s my second …


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Wiscon 42 Bound!

May 22, 2018

Now that my kids are officially out of diapers and sincerely easier to manage, I can finally start attending more than local conventions. One of the first ones on my list was Wiscon, not just because of its stellar reputation but also because it’s …


writing

Introducing the Zegedine!

May 20, 2018

What’s that? Well, a zegedine is a drinking cup. But it’s also my (mostly) weekly newsletter. Hello, Natania. Is this 2001? No, clearly it’s not. So why would I bother with a newsletter? A couple of reasons. These days I have a lot more …



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My Illogicon 2018 Schedule!

January 7, 2018

I am so excited to attend Illogicon again this year. It’s seriously one of my favorites. Okay, probably my favorite (sorry everyone else). I have the pleasure of being on 8 different bits of programming with some seriously awesome humans, many of whom I …


writing

The Sound of October Revival

January 5, 2018

One of the things I’m most excited about regarding 2018 is the release of Rock Revival. The book took shape about 5 years ago, right after the birth of my daughter. No, it’s not a genre book. Yes, I’m usually a genre writer, but …


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2017 Publications!

January 3, 2018

2017 was a pretty big year around these parts. I saw the publication of two novellas and two short stories — all of which I hold quite dear. First, there came Wothwood, a heroic fantasy novella (yes, you read that right… it’s short and it’s …




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Frost & Filigree is Born!

June 7, 2017

I’m so happy to announce that Frost & Filigree is officially available. This little labor of love came together this winter, and is quite appropriately named. If you know me, you’ll know that I’m a woman of contrasts. I love a knock down, drag out …