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Category Archives: Blog tour
On tour with Unsafe Words
Time has passed in a whirl since my short story collection came out on September 20. October is always my busy season, but I’ve been writing a lot (including a new short story and half of another short story) and … Continue reading
How are you doing?
Wow. Three months ago, I was really excited about 2020. I was going to sell books at all the local comic cons this year, give my cemetery postcards talk at the Gravestone Studies conference in Texas, and finish a new … Continue reading
Angelus Rose is here
If Romeo had wings and Juliet a barbed tail, could they find love in the City of Angels? Angelus Rose is finally out! You can find it at Amazon in paperback and for the kindle, at Barnes & Noble.com in … Continue reading
Angelus Rose is in design
Angelus Rose, the second book in the As Above, So Below series, is finally at the book designer. Check out the final cover: Thanks so much to E. M. Markoff for the wonderful cover blurb and Carmen Masloski for the … Continue reading
Exes and Ohs
Previously published on Not Now, Mommy’s Screaming: In 2008, John Everson published a story of mine about a succubus who falls in love with an angel. “The Angel’s Lair” had the honor of opening the collection called Sins of the … Continue reading