This is now updated daily and a new entry will be added here and there later today.
The Monuments of Panda Johnson - Book One Read more of this blog post »
You can check it out over on You Tube
I'm also making a special offer to those who preorder Forged in Flame. If you message me with a screen shot or copy of your preorder confirmation and your shipping address, I'll send you a... Read more of this blog post »
What’s on your to do list? Mine’s all ‘Buy milk, write novel.’ I want to know I’m on track and going to be ok. Same shit, different day. I’ve wanted the same things for at least 15 years. I kept getting the urge to go to Japan and commit suicide. It finally occurred to me that this vision might b...Read more of this blog post »
Now it is true that the launch was last weekend at ComicCon Melbourne (see my wrap-up here), but now the comic is unle...Read more of this blog post »
So some of you may know that Amazon changed the terms of its subscription service, Kindle Unlimited (KU) such that payments due to authors with books in KU are calculated in a different manner than previously. If you’re a reader and you subscr...Read more of this blog post »
So, you guys know I have a newsletter (The Knite Life) that keeps everyone up to date on my latest releases and what not. Occasionally, I also drop some free stuff for you guys to snatch up via that list. However, that list doesn’t come with any strings attached. You can buy or not buy my new boo...Read more of this blog post »
My July 2015 Locus column, Skynet Ascendant, suggests that the enduring popularity of images of homicidal, humanity-hating AIs has more to do with our present-day politics than computer science.
As a class, science fiction writers imagine some huge slice of all possible futures, and then reade...Read more of this blog post »
Will he sacrifice his wings for a woman he loves but can never keep?
Clyde, an angel, battles the one thing he believes will lead to his fall from heaven—his new found emotions, forbidden among his kind. Nonetheless, the Angel Lords... Read more of this blog post »
On July 4, 1821, in Napoleon in America, Mr. Renault puts on a balloon and fireworks display to honour Napoleon’s presence in New Orleans, and to celebrate “the liberty of our country.”
Such a display actually did takeplace – or at least was planned – for Independence Dayin New Orleans in 1821. On...Read more of this blog post »
Oggi, venerdì 3 luglio, Muro di casse è al Forte Prenestino di Roma, ore 21:30. Sabato 4 luglio a L’Aquila, presso Casematte, alle 18:00.
Segnalo altresì due recensioni del Muro medesimo uscite in questi giorni e particolarmente belle e ampie: una su Dinamo Press, a firma Emiliano Viccaro, e l’al...Read more of this blog post »
Today I am welcoming the great DL Hammons to my blog. He is another awesome blogging in the same boat as Alex J. Cavanaugh and Arlee Bird. DL has contributed greatly to the blogosphere by bringing us Blog Blitz and WRiTE CLUB. Let’s all give him a hearty welcome!
1. I have to start with the most... Read more of this blog post »
WE HAVE A PRESENT FOR YOU!
As if celebrating Independence Day isn’t amazing enough, we have a special surprise for you. QUEEN OF TOMORROW by Sherry D. Ficklin released early! That’s right, the highly anticipated sequel that USA Today calls a “Must read romance,” is available at...Read more of this blog post »
When I originally wrote FACE TIME, I gave it an epilogue, a happily-ever-after, ties-up-loose-ends chapter of Laura and Lee, and then sent it out to my early readers. I was glad I had wrapped up their story, and I was looking forward to moving onto other contemporary romances I had in mind to wri...Read more of this blog post »
Recently we had a chance to attend the Ceremony of the Keys at the Tower of London. We had reservations for weeks and to be honest, I completely forgot about it. Thank goodness The Better Half didn’t.
The key ceremony has taken place since the 14th century and it happens every night without fail....Read more of this blog post »
Pyramids of Mars is one of the most well-remembered, frequently-watched episodes of the original Doctor Who...Read more of this blog post »
Che caldo asfissiante, ragazzi. Oggi, dopo essermi tolta i punti (per chi non lo sapesse sono reduce da un'intervento ai linfonodi), mi sono detta: "Be', sono una reclusa da più di un mese, approfittiamo di questa uscita per fare un po' di commissioni arretrate! POSSO FARCELA!". Ma non ho fatto i... Read more of this blog post »
Welp, edits on The Land of the Beautiful Dead are continuing, and I have come to the first painful batch of deleted scenes. Normally, I keep everything that can’t go into a book for whatever reason (length being the biggest reason why a scene will be cut. You may not believe that’s ever a factor...Read more of this blog post »
An aspect of the storyline that had been giving me trouble suddenly came together, and now I have the plotline for one of my main characters worked out from the beginning to the end of the... Read more of this blog post »
Read more of this blog post »
Non so bene perché, e riguardar la serie adesso per scoprirlo mi pare eccessivo, ma quando ero bambino il ragno Tecla dell’Ape Maia mi terrorizzava. E sì che i ragni, in generale, mi son sempre piaciuti. Era cattiva, Tecla? Era solo triste, come in questa immagine? Chissà. Comunque, ragno Tecla,...
“Welcome, one and all,” says Will Scarlet, with a broad smile and a bow, “to Will & Allyn’s Interactive Theatre!”
“Every second Friday,” says Allyn-a-Dale, “Will and I and our friends from the story world of ‘The Outlaws of Avalon ’ trilogy—”
“Coming one of these days to a book retailer near...Read more of this blog post »
“How to Howl at the Moon” was the first audiobook my husband and I self-produced. I interviewed the narrator, Matthew Shaw, about what it was like to read his first m/m romance!
ELiRead more of this blog post »
This week's guest is Mary Fan, co-editor of the brand newBrave New Girls. The anthology collects science fiction stories featuring "brainy young women who use their smarts to save the day". That is to say: it not only brings readers a whole pack of awesome role models, but they're also clever sto...Read more of this blog post »
I was... Read more of this blog post »
I’ve been locked in the writing cave for the last month, hammering out the follow up to For All to See, PAINTED WALLS. It’s going really well. I just hit 56k and I have another 20k already written that needs some TLC, but I’ll have it to my editor on time.
While in the deep relations with my work...Read more of this blog post »
I am so excited to give out this prize icanteven.
The winner of the Summer Join the Blizzard contest…
The proud recipient of the ONLY annotated ARC of ICE LIKE FIRE…
is Lacey Knox!!
CONGRATULATIONS! I’ll be shooting an email out to you today!
Winterians: if you didn’t win, FEAR NOT. Like the...Read more of this blog post »
Distractions: Is it the phone, TV or maybe even social networking? I'm guilty of overindulging when it comes to the popular social networks like Facebook and Twitter, but I need them for promotional tools. Some days its hard to get off... Read more of this blog post »
I know we’re only (only!) half-way through the year, but I’ve already read a stack of great books and I’d like to share those titles with you now. Just in case you’re looking for something good to read over the summer months.
These titles are listed in the order I read them since Jan. 1 and, with...Read more of this blog post »
Ragnarok Publications and I have decided to part ways. It’s bittersweet, but it’s ultimately the best decision for me and my work. I think the owners of Ragnarok are good, genuine men who are working hard, and this move benefits all of us.
This means that my books Nameless: The Darkness Comes,...Read more of this blog post »
Ask the Author: Featured Authors