Hi, gang. I’ve got a treat for you today. This special guest is often the one asking all the questions on her fabulous character-interview radio show, but today, she’s in the hot seat. Lisa Burton first rose to fame as a character in C. S. Boyack’s Wild Concept. Now she is his personal assistant and … Continue reading Lisa Burton, Robot Girl and Personal Assistant to Author C. S. Boyack, on Quantum Wanderlust
I love to write short stories. For several reasons. They're a nice break from my longer work, they let me explore different genres, and---if I submit them to anthologies---they let me work with other authors and potentially gain new readers. It is with great pleasure that I announce the release of Quantum Wanderlust: A Time Travel … Continue reading Book Release: Quantum Wanderlust
So, last week I talked your ears off about the Cathedral Lake series releases (Pride and Fall and "Footprints in the Snow"). I'm very proud of that series, and I'm happy to announce those releases. If you do read either/both of them, let me now shamelessly ask you to write a review on Amazon. (Okay, … Continue reading Christmas Cover Reveals
Sometimes it’s nice to take a step back and see where things all began. Fans of the Cathedral Lake series might be wondering about the legend surrounding the town name. You can find out the details in my new short story “The All Souls Ritual” in Macabre Sanctuary. Join me there where you can read my … Continue reading A Suspense-Filled Anthology for Halloween: Macabre Sanctuary
Hi! Welcome to Rave Reviews Book Club’s Back-To-School Book & Blog Block Party. (For all the stops and oodles of chances to win a myriad of prizes, check out all the posts. The list can be found here.) This stop? Staci Troilo's site in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA. Here’s What I’m Giving Away Today to One … Continue reading #RRBC Back-To-School Book and Blog Block Party!
You know the saying... If my head weren't attached, I'd forget it. I've been having that kind of summer. I'm misplacing things, I'm forgetting things, I'm just generally scatterbrained. Not sure why. Summer fever. Stress. Just getting older. If you're wondering why I'm telling you this, it's because I foolishly managed to send a post … Continue reading If My Head Weren’t Attached… And Other Writing News
Last week, AIW Press released a short story anthology called Unshod. Its tagline? "Not your granddaddy's westerns." That's probably pretty apt. I remember visiting my grandparents on Sunday evenings. If football or baseball wasn't on, a western was, and as much as I loved my grandfather, I hated his choice of television entertainment. Spaghetti Westerns … Continue reading Not Your Granddaddy’s Westerns