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Tag Archives: succubus
I’m doing the final push to finish the sequel to our succubus/angel novel, so I was thinking about how Brian and I wrote the original manuscript that would become Lost Angels and the upcoming Angelus Rose. Brian and I tried … Continue reading
Tomorrow: Why (And How) Writers Write: A panel starring Dana Fredsti, Loren Rhoads, and S.G. Browne Where: Borderlands Books When: Sunday, September 11 at Noon Punch and pie. (Not really, but you can buy coffee and pastries in the cafe.) … Continue reading
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
Brian Thomas and I met when I was still in high school, at a meeting of the Flint Area Writers Club. Brian was a storyteller, full of adventure and fun. I was – and continue to be – in awe of … Continue reading
There’s a new meme going around writers’ blogs. Each author is invited to interview a character in one of their own recently published or upcoming works. I’ve been tagged to participate by Laurel Anne Hill (http://www.laurelannehill.com), author of Heroes Arise and … Continue reading