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Saturday, May 1, 2021

There's never been a better time to start the award-winning Magicsmith series thanks to these amazing, limited-time deals!

Author Spotlight: Corinne O'Flynn
Thursday, April 22, 2021

Today I want to introduce you to author Corinne O'Flynn, who is celebrating the release of her newest book: Undead Men Tell No Tales, the first installment in an exciting seafaring urban fantasy adventure with romance, magic, betrayal, intrigue, and lots of mystery!

Cover Reveal: Far, Far Away Anthology
Friday, April 16, 2021

In a land far, far away… In a distant galaxy… Once upon a time…

These are all ways to begin fantastical tales of love and adventure. Gateways into the realms of imagination. In this anthology, we bring together authors from all over this world to transport you into the worlds they’ve created.

Audiobook Giveaway!
Monday, April 12, 2021

Enter for a chance to win the first three books in the award-winning Magicsmith series for FREE with this Audiobook Starter Set!
Prize includes: A Drop of Magic, Courting Darkness, and Faerie Forged. ($60 value)
*Prizes will be awarded in the form of digital download codes redeemable at audiobooks.com.

Author Spotlight: Hunter J. Skye
Friday, April 9, 2021

Today I'm excited to share with you the works of Hunter J. Skye, who writes the Hell Gate series for readers who love dark, paranormal romance and ghost stories. You can read my full review of book one in the series, A Glimmer of Ghosts, here. And book three, A Rapture of Wraiths, is on the way. But the main focus today is on the second installment: A Shiver of Shadows which releases on May 24th!
Keep reading for an interview with Hunter, where she talks about the inspiration behind her Hell Gate books!

Of Mettle & Magic Preorder Exclusive
Monday, April 5, 2021

I'm giving away a special thank you gift to readers who preorder Of Mettle & Magic!

Since physical author signings and book launch parties are still a no-no until the COVID vaccine is widely distributed, I wanted to offer something that could be sent out to readers. I racked my brain to come up with something that would be practical, fun, and connect in some way to the book. What I came up with was this two-part gift.

A New Place to Connect
Thursday, March 11, 2021

I've been brainstorming ideas for new ways to connect with my audience in a more informal and organic way than just typing posts and sending them out into the world. So let's try this: I've created a reader's group on Facebook, the idea being that people interested in the Magicsmith books, urban fantasy in general, and similar topics can post openly in an informal setting to share their opinions, questions, recommendations, and enthusiasm. For my part, I'll be posting daily snippets from whatever I'm working on, as well as smaller / more random posts that I wouldn't necessarily publish to sites like this blog or my official author page. So if you want to get to know me better and connect with other awesome people:

Game Review: Stuffed Fables
Monday, February 15, 2021

  I bought this game for my daughter this past Christmas. As of writing this review, we've played it twice--once with three players, once with four--and everyone had a great time.  

  Basically, the players take on the roles of stuffed animals that belong to a little girl. The first night the girl sleeps in her new "big girl" bed, a horde of creepy mechanical minions come out of an eerie glow under the bed to steal her toys. The little girl's baby blanket is taken, and the player's stuffy characters are dragged into an adventure to get it back and return to their sleeping charge.

Review: Save the Cat! Writes a Novel
Thursday, February 4, 2021

Save the Cat! Writes a NovelSave the Cat! Writes a Novel by Jessica Brody
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is one of the best books on the craft of writing I've ever read!

Save the Cat! Writes a Novel is not only filled with useful, insightful, and actionable analysis on the structure of successful stories, but it's easy to read, which is a huge plus for an informational book.
Even if you are a "pantser" and shudder at the thought of outlining, I recommend you read the beat sheet breakdown and genre explanations so that the information can percolate in your subconscious. I have no doubt that reading this book will make me a better writer.