Monthly Archives: June 2018

Alondra’s Adventures

The newest collection of Alondra stories will be available later this week, but you can preorder a copy for your kindle now on Amazon. Here’s the link: This time, Alondra travels to Tokyo and to Venice. She meets a Shinto … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Anne Born

I’ve never met Anne Born in person.  We met years ago online, when both of us were writing on a blogging site called The Red Room.  Anne wrote a beautiful, spooky piece about looking for family graves in Ireland.  I … Continue reading

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Selfie Exploration

I’m usually the one behind the camera when my family travels, so there are lot of photos of my daughter — and some of my husband — but very few of me.  I’ve gotten better about trying to get at … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Christine Verstraete

Christine and I are members of a secret Facebook coven called Ladies of Horror. I would tell you more, but…well, you know where that leads. C. A. Verstraete’s short fiction has appeared in various anthologies and publications including Descent Into … Continue reading

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Raena’s Foremothers: Cowboy Bebop

I discovered the space bounty hunter anime Cowboy Bebop at a Japanese pop culture lecture at the Dolby Center in the 90s. The presenter (whose name I’m forgetting now) didn’t play any of the show beyond the intro segment, with … Continue reading

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