Monthly Archives: December 2015

Never Enough: 2015, part 3

One of the ways I worked to get the word out about The Dangerous Type and its sisters was to guest blog anywhere that would have me.  Here’s the whole list for this year: The Dangerous Type: The amazing Jaime … Continue reading

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Never Enough 2015, part 2

This was a great year for doing live events. I said yes to every opportunity that came my way and met a bunch of great people as a result. 2015’s Readings: At the Broad Universe reading at the World Horror Convention … Continue reading

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Never Enough: 2015

Every year I recap the writing triumphs and disappointments of the previous twelve months. Every year I feel like I’ve never done enough. This year, with the three space opera novels out, I feel a little better about what I managed to … Continue reading

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Listening to my own story

The first writers group to which I belonged required its members to read their own work aloud.  It was useful for the writer to hear her own words spoken, to feel the places where the text was clunky or awkward … Continue reading

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Raena’s Foremothers: Leia Organa

It wasn’t until I started writing these essays teasing out the influences behind my space opera trilogy that I even considered the large shadow cast by Princess Leia. At first, I thought Leia’s chief impact on Raena’s story was the torture scene … Continue reading

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