Monthly Archives: April 2016

A little bit morbid

Tonight I’ve been invited to meet with the Science Fiction Book Club at Borderlands Books.  They’ve read The Dangerous Type and we’re going to discuss it.  I am terrified.  What if they don’t like it?  What if they’re mean to … Continue reading

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In Memory of Jane

Jane Underwood, my writing teacher, died in February after an 11-year battle with breast cancer.  Her life will be celebrated in the AIDS Grove in Golden Gate Park tomorrow morning. I’ve been trying to write this post all week. My relationship … Continue reading

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On Applying Criticism

I’m working on polishing up a story I wrote more than 30 years ago.  It was my submission story for Clarion. (Back then, you only needed to write one.)  I workshopped it for years afterward, trying to get it right. … Continue reading

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Win a copy of Lost Angels

Goodreads Book Giveaway Lost Angels by Loren Rhoads Giveaway ends April 13, 2016. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway Curious about the new edition of my succubus/angel/mortal ghost novel?  I’m giving away 3 paperback copies on Goodreads. “Fans … Continue reading

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I read a book so great I have to share!

The Fifth House of the Heart by Ben Tripp My rating: 5 of 5 stars I adored this book, almost solely because of the main character. Asmodeus Saxon-Tang is a septuagenarian antiques dealer who dresses like Quentin Crisp and has … Continue reading

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