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Tag Archives: Alondra stories
A little lagniappe for your Mardi Gras
This is a little Alondra story I wrote a couple of years ago. It’s set on the last night of Mardi Gras in New Orleans. It was originally written for and published by the Ladies of Horror project at Spreading … Continue reading
Never Enough 2022
Every December I recap the writing triumphs and disappointments of the previous twelve months. Practically every year I feel like I haven’t done enough. This year I didn’t manage to finish and publish three books, but I did spend the … Continue reading
The updated Alondra Stories
Four years ago, I published 3 short collections of stories about Alondra DeCourval, a witch who travels the world to protect humans from supernatural creatures — and vice versa. I was never happy with the covers I made for those … Continue reading
Never Enough 2021: Part II
This is the second half of my year-end wrap-up. Normally, I’d talk about all the readings I did, the convention panels I was on, all the people I met. This year, being what it was, I lived all my professional … Continue reading
How is your October coming along? This year is pretty quiet for me, since I backed out of all my in-person events and most cemetery tours are still on hold. This may be the year for carving a whole series … Continue reading