I have a new story, The Sacrifice of Pawns, coming out in a new anthology! Clan Chronicles: Tales From Plexis - Twenty-three new stories explore new corners of Julie Czerneda's Clan Chronicles universe in an anthology that brings readers into the lives of the alien inhabitants of one of the sci-fi series's most memorable locations.… Continue reading Clan Chronicles: Tales From Plexis
In lieu of more detailed content, here's what I've been reading lately. I completed Bridget Jones's diary for a writing course I'm taking and thoroughly enjoyed it although I enjoyed the movie a bit more. Connected to Bridget Jones is, of course, Pride and Prejudice, a classic, which I had not read to that point.… Continue reading Recently reading and read
Yes, I've been absent from posting to my blog for some time. However, it's not because I wasn't doing anything. I recently completed a project that took me about 100 hours of my free time. It's complete now and I will work on posting in a regular cadence again.
Ta da! The cover for Tales from Plexis is in my possession and I can finally post it. I’m excited to have a story, "The Sacrifice of Pawns", in this book and to be in such good company with some excellent writers. The book itself will be published this December. You can read about the… Continue reading Tales from Plexis has a cover!
Cleaning up some spam and performing some admin work on the blog, I came across comments on old posts from when this was originally hosted on LiveJournal (it was a different internet epoch then). Out of curiosity, I followed the links from some of those commenters back to LiveJournal and was surprised that a number of… Continue reading Absent friends and time for reflection
Let’s talk about the fantasy of the “writer’s lifestyle.” Most writers and most readers are familiar with the basics: the writer is typically an educated person of modest ba… Source: Let's Talk About the Fantasy of the Writer's Lifestyle | Literary Hub
I had occasion on my writing getaway in Northern Ontario to watch Wonder Boys again. I’ve probably seen it about five or six times. Each time I find I identify with Michael Douglas’ character, Grady Tripp. No, I haven’t been involved with a coverup involving a dead dog, or Marylin Monroe’s stolen jacket. It’s to do… Continue reading Wonder Boys and me