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LOCKE AND KEYE IS FINISHED!

I’m so excited to announce that last night I finished the final draft of Locke and Keye and sent it off to my editor! It has been quite a long haul full of unexpected changes and complete turnarounds from the original idea. I started out with the concept of a 10,000 word novelette based on […]

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Interviewed by Too Full To Write!

I’m thrilled to be featured on Too Full To Write today. I was interviewed by David Ellis, a fellow author who writes poetry, short stories, and flash fiction. He also took part in 2016’s NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Writing Month), and you can see the poems he wrote throughout the month here. In our interview, I discuss why I […]

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How to Write Historical Fiction Without Really Trying

Today I’m excited to have a guest post on Amie Winters’ blog, the author of Strange Luck and soon-to-be-published The Nightmare Birds (available for pre-order now!). Amie and I write very different books, but we have tons in common, from collecting fun socks to being writers from childhood. In fact, tomorrow is her monthly Throwback Thursday Writer event (#tbtwriter), so […]

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YouTube Review of Anatomy of a Darkened Heart!

Yesterday, Peter Clark the Writer left a magnificent YouTube review of Anatomy of a Darkened Heart. I’m so excited to share it with you! He even reads some of his favorite passages and lines, and see that in the background? That’s the wallpaper wrapping paper I used to send him his signed paperback. It’s pinned to […]

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Anatomy of a Darkened Heart and Shakespeare

Saturday was Shakespeare’s 400 year anniversary, and somehow I feel sad he’s gone…for 400 years. Even though I could never meet him, I feel a huge connection to him. His plays made Anatomy of a Darkened Heart happen. My interest in most of the elements that make up AoDH came from my experiences reading Shakespeare. He built […]

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Symbolism in the Victorian Era

I’m proud to say that this month, I’m officially sponsoring a fantastic website dedicated to the Victorian Era, and it’s appropriately called The Victorian Era! Geerte researches 19th century history and shares fascinating information, including little-known facts and details that are hard to find without doing in-depth research. My blog post on The Victorian Era website […]

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Locke and Keye on Goodreads Plus Official Blurb!

That’s right! Locke and Keye has been added to Goodreads for your to-read pleasure, and it’s got an official blurb. Read more detail about the book and add it to your Goodreads lists here. It’s slotted to be published at the end of the April, but if that date is moved up, I’ll let you know ASAP. In […]

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