Con Report: World Fantasy 2018

When a professional convention in your field is literally in your back yard (or at least 2 blocks away from where you used to work for 12 years), there’s really no excuse not to go. And I’m so glad that I attended World Fantasy 2018 in Baltimore, MD! THURSDAY I worked from home on ThursdayContinue reading “Con Report: World Fantasy 2018”

World Fantasy 2018 Schedule

I’m very excited to attend World Fantasy this year! It’s in Baltimore, so I really have no excuse not to be there. I think it’ll be a great opportunity for me to start meeting agents BEFORE I have a novel to pitch to them (the UFO book, which gets written in 2020!), so it willContinue reading “World Fantasy 2018 Schedule”

Author Interview with Allan C. R. Cornelius

I’m always thrilled to support fellow graduates of the Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction program, even if I’ve never had the opportunity to meet them in person! Today, I’m happy to host dark fantasy author Allan Cornelius and ask him some questions about his debut novel. ABOUT THE BOOK When you’ve done the unthinkable,Continue reading “Author Interview with Allan C. R. Cornelius”

Con Report: Capclave 2018

This weekend was amazing, and I’m absolutely exhausted. (I apologize in advance that this con report will not be as in-depth as usual.) I’m very glad that spent the weekend at the hotel, despite Capclave being a “local” convention to where I live (Rockville, Maryland, is a 40-minute drive from my house without traffic). ButContinue reading “Con Report: Capclave 2018”

Capclave 2018 Schedule

This weekend I’ll be attending Capclave, sponsored by the Washington Science Fiction Association, for the first time! Even though it’s a fairly local convention to me, I’ll be staying at the hotel for the full experience, and I’m excited to spend time with everyone who will be there. Below is my schedule for the weekend,Continue reading “Capclave 2018 Schedule”

Author Interview with Jessica McHugh

By now, you all know that I’m a total wuss. I don’t like jump scares. I can do gore in movies/on television because I desensitized myself through a research binge on practical effects, but there’s no protective layer between the visceral on the page and my imagination. So while I desperately wanted to read JessicaContinue reading “Author Interview with Jessica McHugh”

Con Report: FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention 2018

Wow. What an absolutely amazing trip. [If you’re here to find the copy of my alternate history presentation, you’re in the right place! It’s included below!] I’m not even going to recap last year, because this year blew it out of the water. I was honored to be invited back, and I hope to returnContinue reading “Con Report: FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention 2018”

FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention 2018 Schedule

This weekend I will be attending my second FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention (formerly Salt Lake Comic Con)! My husband joins me at this con, and we use it as our annual anniversary celebration because it falls near the date of our wedding. We have a great time people-watching, spending too much money on nerdyContinue reading “FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention 2018 Schedule”

August Wrap-Up & September Goals

I didn’t travel anywhere this month, but I still managed to have plenty of adventures! The highlights of the month were definitely the cover reveal for my next book, Steel Time, and buying the very first new car for either of us with my husband, a Tesla Model 3! Other fun things included some homeContinue reading “August Wrap-Up & September Goals”

Author Interview with Shannon Eichorn

To celebrate the release of her first novel, I was delighted to interview author Shannon Eichorn about topics near and dear to both of our hearts. If you’re at DragonCon this weekend, be sure to track her down in the armory and pick up a copy of Rights of Use for yourself! For those ofContinue reading “Author Interview with Shannon Eichorn”