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The Road Ahead

I am not a political person. I don’t get involved in political groups or activities. I just barely know the basics of the American political landscape. Politics bore me. This presidential election was different. The outcome of this campaign was so fundamental to the very survival of so many Americans, that even the most uninterested … Continue reading The Road Ahead

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Halloween is my favorite season, and paranormal is my favorite genre to write. I wrote here last week that I’ve been told that paranormal doesn’t sell in the lesfic universe, and that really bummed me out. But I decided that even if I write other genres, I can’t give up my paranormal. Like a ghostly … Continue reading

The Scenic Route

After a long, busy summer, I finally have been able to catch up on a little leisure TV watching. I finally got to watch Orange Is the New Black and Luke Cage, and today I started watching the 5th season of American Horror Story, Hotel. Yeah, it’s been that long since I’ve been able to … Continue reading The Scenic Route

All About the Paranormal

October! I get really excited when I flip the calendar from September to October. There’s just so much to love about this autumn month. First, well, it’s autumn. Who doesn’t love autumn? I’ve heard people say they hate winter or summer, but I’ve never heard anyone say they hate autumn. I love all thing Halloween-y: … Continue reading All About the Paranormal

To Sleep, Perchance…

I’ve been a very busy bee these past few weeks. So much so that my house is starting to show signs of neglect and my energy level is frustratingly low. I flew to Washington (state, not D.C.) to attend the wedding party of Women and Words admin Jove Belle. That was a really fun trip … Continue reading To Sleep, Perchance…

Through the Smoke

Two years ago, my writers’ group, The Penheads, released their first anthology, called Hunger: Stories of Desire, Discovery, and Dissatisfaction. Now I’m happy to announce that we’ve released our second volume. This one is called Smoke: Tales Between Dark and Light. When we conceived this theme, we wanted something that could cover a broad spectrum … Continue reading Through the Smoke