Guest Post from S.E. Lehenbauer: Deviltry & Diversity (or, “The Devil’s in the Details”)

February 13, 2015

GOD, we are just so, so clever over here. Anyway. Here we go, gang: We’ve got a very special treat today: The amazing and wonderful S.E. Lehenbauer has graced us with her virtual presence via a guest blog post! She’s discussing some great viewpoints on diversity in literature, and how natural that really is. So […]

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Cover Reveal Time!!! Check Out The Surrogate Sea (Book Six of The Wilderhark Tales)

February 2, 2015

THE BOOK: The Surrogate Sea (Book Six of The Wilderhark Tales) THE RELEASE DATE: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 THE GOODREADS LINK: Right here, baby. THE GENRES: Young-Adult Fairytale / Fantasy / Romance THE BLURB: The Sea’s storm brought them together, and the Sea’s rules will keep them apart, unless the mute but melodious Muirigan can […]

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The Book Blogger Confessions

January 4, 2015

Hello, fair readers! We’re in a whole new year now! That would be amazing, except for the fact that it’s been happening for literally billions of years and so it’s actually pretty mundane! BUT that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun with it–I believe in having fun with everything, even the most ordinary of occurrences. […]

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LET’S DO THIS THING! “The Sun’s Rival” Launch Week Blog Tour BEGINS!

December 2, 2014

I promised you more blogging, so HERE. BLOGS! But truthfully, this is one I’ve been excited about for a while, because it’s really very awesome. Drumroll, please!  May I present…THE SUN’S RIVAL! I, sadly, have not had the chance to sit down with this book and give it the attention it deserves, but It’s been […]

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In Which I Sing “Wrecking Ball” Because You Guys Are Evil

November 20, 2014

Six months and 350+ Twitter followers ago, I promised you guys I’d sing a song of your choosing. While it’s been so long most of you have probably forgotten, I have finally performed the song you guys voted for–that song being Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball”. I really have no clever lead-in to this, so here you […]

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The Internet Has Spoken

May 25, 2014

Results are in!  I gave you guys two weeks to decide my embarrassing internet fate, and you voted.  Boy, did you ever vote. So apparently I’m singing “Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus.  Because you guys are EVIL. I need to dig out my recording equipment and dust off my guitar, but I’ll be getting the […]

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It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time

May 9, 2014

So apparently, Past Eve thought it would be a good idea to announce on Twitter that, when I reached 2,000 followers, I would record myself singing a song and post it online. Then I took it a step further–I decided I’d let my 2,000th follower decide what I sing. Or rather, I’d let that person pick […]

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Why Writing Hurts, But NOT Writing Hurts More

May 8, 2014

You see it sometimes—a little kid who wants to do something the big kids do.  They have an older brother or sister who rides their bike fast and far, over ramps and down hills. The little one wants to do it, too.  But they have training wheels and their parents won’t let them, and if […]

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If Not Now, When?

May 7, 2014

Let’s do a little exercise, shall we? Raise your hand…last Tuesday. OK, now raise your hand—right now—next Saturday. Were you able to raise your hands in the future or past? If yes, then congratulations—you’re a time lord or something and you don’t need to worry about the stuff the rest of us bound to a […]

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90 Day Writing Challenge: Week(s Three, Four, Five, and) Six

April 29, 2014

Hi, neglected Mad Writers!  I haven’t blogged about my writing adventures for…um…a bunch of time.  So we’re going to play catch-up real fast, then get into Week Six! Week Three “How much have you accomplished since the second week? And, please share your writing space and writing ritual.” I accomplished very little in week three, […]

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