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My Scoutie Girl columns

This time last year, I was reading twitter and discovered that one of the online women’s magazines was looking for a travel writer. I’ve missed the discipline of a monthly deadline ever since I stopped writing for Gothic.Net. I got … Continue reading

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The Morbid Roundup

I’ve been cranking on the second book of the space opera trilogy.  It’s now called Kill By Numbers and should be out in September 2015.  I’m a little less than 20,000 words from done, so I probably won’t blog too … Continue reading

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The Weekly Morbid, two weeks later

I finally got The Dangerous Type turned in to Night Shade Books, then dove directly into working on the sequel.  I was calling it No More Heroes, which is still a great title but maybe not the best one for … Continue reading

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The Weekly Morbid

October really is the best time of the year. If you missed my lecture on the demolished pioneer graveyards of San Francisco at last weekend’s Death Salon, there’s a Storify compilation, so you can relive the whole glorious, fascinating day. I got … Continue reading

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The Weekly Morbid

What with all the traveling and tour-taking, things have been developing slowly here, but I’ve got a couple of new pieces up online for your morbid perusal: Scoutie Girl published my reflections on trying to convey my admiration for Joan … Continue reading

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