I think I'm in avoidance. Yes, I'm pretty sure I am. I had another class which started today (along with the one yesterday), so I'm working on these and watching the videos. However, I've also started watching the videos about writing a series. Okay, now obviously I know how to write series of several different … Continue reading I am going to hurt tomorrow
I'm finally through with a section of Loki's newest adventure that was down right creeping me out. The story called for me to make Loki into something small. Very small. I contemplated several ideas before deciding on a spider. Yeah, that was before I had to start doing research on the type of spider I … Continue reading Shivers
The community of Sun Falls is filled with strange people and creatures. Protective Mythology is my first short story set in this little homeowners community. I'm already at work on the second story in the series. I'm hoping that once I get this setting figured out a little better, I can actually write a short … Continue reading Protective Mythology
I went to my first writing convention when I was 15 1/2. I remember this because I had to have my mom go along with me. I only had my learner's permit to drive and needed an adult with me. The conference was in Carson City, Nevada, and I seem to recall that it was … Continue reading A Random Memory
Sorry, this book has been out for a while now, but I'm just now getting around to saying, "Ta-Da!" That's the way December and January usually go for me. Of course, the Trickster himself didn't help with his sudden demands. Available at: https://books2read.com/help-wanted-call-loki I was barely aware of finishing this book up. It was done … Continue reading Help Wanted, Call Loki
My thoughts on Witch Week by Diana Wynne Jones.
Trust the process - an affirmation for telling stories even when the path doesn't make sense.
Recently, I went through Tangled Magic to find some of my favorite spots in the book. This was one that came up: I really doubt that Rivic missed a lesson on how to fly. Whatever lesson he skipped out on was probably dull and boring, honestly. I just bet he will never skip class again.
To m American readers: Happy 4th of July! Please stay safe and sane. New release update! This was a story I wrote a couple years ago. It ran here on my blog for a week, then turned back into a pumpkin. I held onto it. I just didn't feel it was ready to go out … Continue reading Uploaded on the 4th of July
For More Information, Call Loki is now available on Audible! If you haven't started the series, you can start with 1-800-Mischief here.