Behind the Book: A Really Dysfunctional Family

Hello Bloglandia! Remember the holidays? Remember groaning over your slightly-dysfunctional, sappy-nutty family? Well, your family is going to seem like the Waltons after you get done with this Behind the Book feature. This time we're exploring the story of Rhea and Kronos, which includes playing favorites, parent-child rivalries, cannibalism, and a bit of ancient abdominal … Continue reading Behind the Book: A Really Dysfunctional Family

Behind the Book: Hades and Persephone

Hello again! We're rolling right along with these glimpses into the myths that inspired the many story lines in the final two books of my historical fantasy series, The Osteria Chronicles. After taking a Valentine's Day peek at the strange courtship of Apollo and Daphne, I figured we might as well stick with the problematic … Continue reading Behind the Book: Hades and Persephone

It’s Release Day for the Big Ol’ Box Set

Hello Bloglandia! I know you've all been sitting around thinking, "Gee, I'd really like to get into that Osteria Chronicles series because I crave the mythological adventure of Clash of the Titans, plus I enjoy the blend of history and fantasy in books by Bernard Cornwell and Madeline Miller, but I hate having to click that Add … Continue reading It’s Release Day for the Big Ol’ Box Set

Cure Your Monday Blues with a Free Story

Hey Bloglandia! Just a quick post to hopefully take a bit of the sting out of your Monday blues. My short story Testing the Waters is free for a very limited time (because good things never last, right?). So, if you're already wanting to escape the work week, click the cover or the links below … Continue reading Cure Your Monday Blues with a Free Story

Writing My Way Through 2020

Hello Bloglandia!! After delving into my 2019 successes and failures in last week's post "Did I Win 2019?" it's finally time to get out the crystal ball and gaze into what my writing world holds for 2020. Oh, and in case you missed it, be sure to check out "My Top Rated Reads of 2019." But enough … Continue reading Writing My Way Through 2020