Sorry about being rather silent lately. My bad. Guest blogging has taken up some blog time, and so has judging contests, which I enjoy doing. Contests can be time consuming, and I tend to linger over the entries so that I can offer as much critique as possible. I know what it's like to need feedback on unpublished work, so I'm happy to do what I can to help.
Update: There's not much I can share at this point, but I can say it's all good news. I'll be getting line edits for DARKEST KNIGHT soon, so that book will be done. Expect to see it out next spring 2012. The third book, which will be the final story in the KNIGHT'S CURSE trilogy, is in progress. After that? Something new and exciting is in store, but you're gonna have to wait to find out. Bwahahaha!
I have a few fun events coming up.
At the moment, there's an article about my rather lengthy publishing journey at Headdesk. Come check out the lessons I've learned. If you're a writer, it could save you a few steps on your own path. Oh, and by the way, there's a contest to win a signed copy of KNIGHT'S CURSE.
I'll be a guest on my agency sister's blog, Nicole Peeler, this Friday, September 30. I'll be talking about the urban fantasy genre and what makes KNIGHT'S CURSE different. Nicole will be giving away two mass market paperbacks to 2 lucky commenters and you can even get bonus points. Woohoo! Check her blog on Friday for details.
Chiseled in Rock. It's a Lovecraftian tale sure to give you the heebie jeebies, and I swear you'll never think about hummingbirds in the same way again.
The Dark Faerie Tales blog has a special treat lined up for readers next month. They'll be featuring popular and lesser known urban legends as told by the characters from some newly released paranormal novels. On October 15, Chalice will relate her experience with an urban legend about a child ghost.
On October 20, I'll be contributing a craft article on the Character Hierarchy to the RWA Futuristic, Fantasy and Paranormal Chapter blog.