If nothing else, the red scourge has forced me to slow down.
Which is nice. I've had a chance to knit-- in fact, I'm knitting a scarf for L.E. Franks-- she... Read more of this blog post »
Christmas was just around the corner and they would both have a break of a few days from work. There was a bit of discussion as to what they would do for the time, but both Sasha and Michael had... Read more of this blog post »
Not to worry, the inside is exactly the same. After listening to feedback and a little bit of gut feeling on my part, I decided to go with something more familiar to my traditional bookstore-buying readers. I love, love love this new direction....Read more of this blog post »
The quick version: Spring isn’t ready, I have something to tide you over, and I need your vote. The long version: Hey everyone! I have a brand new short story for you to read. Before we get to that, I should answer the question many of you are thinking. When is Something Like Spring getting relea...Read more of this blog post »
To purchase the “Year-in-the-Country Soap Gift Set” as seen on the Marilyn Denis Show, click here.
As entrepreneurs, we always love to share how our business is growing–the good stories and the bad, the successes and the failures–because when you are an entrepreneur, your business is your lif...Read more of this blog post »
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
After the events of Last Planet Standing, the MC2 (next generation) Avengers were in a bind. Their forces have been depleted by injuries. American Dream was left in charge by Tony Stark designed robot Avenger Mainframe while he goes to... Read more of this blog post »
My annual appearance at Tor.com. I write about how diversity of characters in YA can improve the genre – which frankly I thought was a bit of a cheat, preaching-to-the-converted sort of topic. Heh. Guess how far down the comments someone uses the term ‘politically correct’ as a perjorative. There...Read more of this blog post »
In response to yesterday’s blog post, the brilliant and insightful Dave Strom said:
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Well, Hugh, my writing actually will cost me money.
I just sent a short story to an editor and a cover artist. They won’t cost me a lot of money, but I think it will be money well spent. Maybe I’ll break even?
It's tough finding gifts that are fun, unique, functional and won't break the bank. Between October and December we have two adoption days to celebrate, plus two birthdays and Christmas. Ack!
Let's just say that I am always looking for cute gifts. Here are some that are affordable, a few that are... Read more of this blog post »
وأخيرًا انتهى الفصل الدراسي الأول ، بالأمس كان ختام هذا الفصل بتحدي جديد وتعلم مهارة جديدة . حضرت صباحًا دورة من دورات عمادة الدراسات العليا عن التحفيز وكيفية التغلب على الصعوبات ولحظات الشعور بالملل والتعب والإحباط وكانت دورة جميلة وفرصة جيدة للتواصل. تلاها ظهرًا المحاضرة الأخيرة في طرق تحليل ال...Read more of this blog post »
Do you know who has been naughty and who has been nice?
'Tis the season to fight for a parking space at your local mall to dealing with unruly people as they battle the aisles to find the perfect gift for those that they love. There are few people who love this part of the holiday season. If you'...Read more of this blog post »
Today’s new Tabletop features two wonderful, fast, easy to learn games that are perfect for family gatherings: Qwirkle and 12 Days.
I love this episode because I got to play with my childhood friend, Meredith Salenger, and my stepson, Nolan. Oh, and Kelly Hu played with us, too, and look at how co...Read more of this blog post »
Here's a sneak peek:
Here is the synopsis of AWESOME:
Spoiled, Versace-clad Cricket Montgomery has seventeen years of pampe...Read more of this blog post »
As sad as I am to be finished writing the solo stories of Buddy, Maxine, Ellen and Cliff, I am also excited to announce that I w... Read more of this blog post »
The tour is set! As I said before, I’m hitting the eastern side of the U.S. hard this year. They have been feeling neglected, and though I will miss seeing familiar faces on the West Coast, I’m looking forward to the new places I’ll be going this year.
I’ve got a short version here, or you can go...Read more of this blog post »
Only Human by Mike Mehalek
Cover Art by Allie Raines
Now for sale at Amazon
What does it mean to be a human?
Meet Vincent, a most unusual dragon who h...Read more of this blog post »
Wow, that is so great! I wish you all the best with your writing! Thank you for saying such nice things.
I have dozens of thin notebooks that I keep lying around (so many cute ones from Korea!), and I usually do a first draft of a scene in a notebook first. Then I put it into my computer, revising...Read more of this blog post »
For those of you who didn’t see me post about this on the social networks yesterday, I’d like to call to your attention that there is a giveaway active for Valor of the Healer right over here on the Here Be Magic blog!
Nine entries so far and a winner should be selected this weekend. So if you hav...Read more of this blog post »
There were technical difficulties. The podcast no longer streams through iTunes. They also no longer stream through the site where I have them archived, Packingheat.net. However, they... Read more of this blog post »
Love this doll house in the parents’ room at Eliot’s school
I want to know what you think. Cast your vote for the character(s) you’re most excited to see more of in DANGEROUS DREAM.
Which Character(s) are You Most Excited to See More of in DANGEROUS DREAM?
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If you're wondering when Songs of Willow Frost will be released in trade paperback the answer is...um, sometime in March 2014. I don't mean to be quite so vague but the exact date is buried in my email and I'm too preoccupied with writing to find it.
But, I'm not too preoccupied to share the new c...Read more of this blog post »
"The God Box" is the story of the golden hemorrhoids... Read more of this blog post »
In which the plot thickens…
Chess clenched her fist under the table to keep from reacting. Fuck. Holy fuck, how had—she’d been so careful. She’d never even taken fucking cold medicine or aspirin in front of anyone at Church, never let them see her pillbox, hardly...Read more of this blog post »
I was reading an article in NewScientist the other day about a system devised by academics at Royal Holloway, University of London, which “could form the basis of a recommendation system that makes suggestions based solely on an automatic assessment of the text.” Unlike Amazon’s recommendations,...Read more of this blog post »
You know when you have so many things to do, that you kind of hang suspended between them? None of the things are great and major, or even particularly difficult, but there are so many of them and they have to be all done at the same time. I don’t even know where to start. I made some progress to...Read more of this blog post »