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Tag Archives: As Above So Below
Never Enough 2021
Every year 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 do what I set out to do, but a whole lot of … Continue reading
Visual References for As Above, So Below
I’ve talked before about the first photograph that inspired the character Lorelei in my original short story about the succubus who falls in love with the angel. The story sprang from a photo in Access magazine that accompanied an interview … Continue reading
Settings from the As Above, So Below Books, Annotated
My co-writer Brian Thomas moved to LA in the early 90s to find work in the film industry. He worked behind the scenes on films from The Wizard of Space and Time to Army of Darkness (Evil Dead 3), then … Continue reading
The As Above, So Below teas
I’ve written before about the teas I’ve blended to drink with my Alondra Stories. I’ve also made a pair of teas to represent the main characters of my As Above, So Below novels. The main character of Lost Angels and … Continue reading
A Dictionary of Angels
While I was working on the final As Above, So Below book, my friend E. M. Markoff suggested including a glossary of angels so I could detail some of the angelology research that inspired the backstories in both Lost Angels … Continue reading