As I write, I title my chapters so that I can search them easily later when I'm editing. The titles are for my use only and don't make it through to the final books. They'd be major spoilers if I left them on, and I hate spoilers! The current chapter I'm working on in PsyCop … Continue reading SorryNotSorry
Dixon Penn’s family wasn’t terribly shocked when he announced he was gay, but they were devastated to learn he’s the only one without the gift of Spellcraft. Fortunately, that doesn’t stop Spellcraft from reaching out to him. Dixon’s prospects have gone from bad to worse, but a contest at the biggest greeting card company in … Continue reading Now in Paperback, The ABCs of Spellcraft Vol. 1
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Don't miss the link to free summer reading and a fun little giveaway in this month's JCP News! Hint: sticky notes are involved.
Have you checked out The ABCs of Spellcraft #3, Something Stinks at the Spa? Here's a little taste! YURI: Spellcraft was serious business. Dixon had been trained by his loving family. My mentor in St. Petersburg was nowhere near as gentle. The old hag once showed me how the volshebstvo could go wrong by Crafting … Continue reading Spellcraft Was Serious Business
Something Stinks at the Spa Available for preorder on Amazon now - at all the usual retailers June 6! Mineral spas are so calm and relaxing…unless they smell like a derrière at a bean-lover’s convention, that is! Dixon and Yuri have a hot tip that Uncle Fonzo is taking the waters at Spring Falls Hot … Continue reading Smell the Spellcraft June 6
Another Dixon and Yuri adventure is rolling out just in time for Cinco de Mayo! Find out more
Rolling my eyes at myself. I left a crucial sentence out of Quill Me Now - part of the resolution. According to Amazon, I can't push a new version to anyone's Kindle unless the ebook formatting is too borked to read. "I added an important couple of sentences" doesn't qualify. When I make a change … Continue reading D’oh