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  • Perchance to Dream shorts in the wild!

    Some of the short stories from Perchance to Dream, the anthology of Shakespeare retellings I edited last year, have recently been published as Kindle singles, and I’ve been really enjoying seeing the covers that go along with the stories. First up is Onyx by Alicia Michaels: The year is 3015, and the planet Earth is no more. Existing on space stations strewn about the galaxy, humans are searching for a…

  • Circuits and Slippers News

    We’re about a week from the original deadline for Circuits & Slippers, and it was getting pretty apparent that many people were struggling to get their stories in by that date. (Including your editors.) So, the Deadline Fairy has kindly waved her magic wand and granted an extension! The new deadline for getting your stories submitted is Friday, May 6. You now have a whole extra month! SO GET WRITING.…

  • An adventurous trip

    I just got back from a week-ish long trip to California. I had a great time, especially because I got to meet up with not one, but two author friends! It was a wonderful treat. First, I got to see the fabulous T. Damon… I actually went to college with T., many, many years ago (Okay, maybe not that many, haha), but I hadn’t seen her in person since we…

  • Where I’ve been and where I’m going (in a completely non-philosophical way)

    January has been a hectic month – family visits, lots of behind-the-scenes working, plus I’ve been fighting off a flu-like bug that’s been of the very lingering sort. Because of that, I’m running tight on some deadlines, so I’ve decided to take a social media break for the time being. I’ll still pop on when I get a chance, but it will probably be a lot less frequent than usual.…

  • Thank you, 2015!

    It’s really amazing how much can change in the course of a year! Last year at this time, I was two weeks into recovery mode from a major surgery, and I was feeling beaten down by a year of nothing but bad news. I was just a few months out from having to leave my job and struggling to accept the news that due to my health problems I was likely never going…

  • End of November progress report

    November was a month of ups and downs for me. Like I mentioned in my last post, it’s always a hectic month with my birthday and the holidays, and this year I knew it was going to be even more crazy because I was having a friend come and stay with me for several days right before Thanksgiving. What I didn’t bargain for was an unexpected stress: my oldest dog becoming…

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