For one month only, thousands of Smashwords authors and publishers will offer readers exciting discounts on their ebooks. Why Summer/Winter? Because it’s summer for our friends in the Northern Hemisphere, and winter in the Southern Hemisphere. My books, Don’t Piss Off The Fairies and Fairy CrossingS are 50% for the month of July only! They are… Continue reading Smashwords “July Summer/Winter Sale “
I am still working on editing Out of the Ashes – it’s getting closer! As I am re-telling The Wonderful Birch, the “fairy godmother” character is human, not a fairy, with magic that is less flashy than in Cinderella. In the first part of my story, this role is taken by Ásta’s (dead) mother. In… Continue reading The Wisewoman
I am in the midst of editing Out of the Ashes, so instead of writing a post this week, I will simply remind everyone that Bud Mushroom and the Nefarious Trousers is FREE as an ebook on Smashwords (if you’d rather have a paper copy, you can buy one on Amazon). Check it out, and… Continue reading Got Bud?
Out of the Ashes has gone through many revisions to become the story it is now. Originally, I wanted to weave in one of the Icelandic Sagas; it never felt right, so those elements were removed (but many of them will appear in a prequel story!). It’s gone through point-of-view changes, structural changes, and characters… Continue reading Sisters
Check out my blog interview by Don Massenzio! It was challenging to answer his questions — it’s easier to write about fairies. 🙂 I hope you enjoy reading it! The interview is here: A Perfect 10 Interview
This is my “helper”, Cookie. He was a homeless stray who adopted us last fall. Now he helps warm my chair. He likes to share my water. Good boy, Cookie! 😉
Living History offers a great way to research historical fiction, especially the daily life. And a nice perk of the internet is now you don’t have to travel to the actual locations to see what they’re up to. 🙂 The Ringkøbing-Skjern Museum in Denmark is one of those amazing locations that has a lot to offer… Continue reading Living History