Notes: Fog Season has been out for a few months now and has garnered some excellent buzz. If sisters getting into and out of trouble with magic and mayhem is your cup of tea, please give Fog Season and The Sisters Mederos a try.

Here is a collection of interviews I’ve done since Fog Season came out:

Observations: The story a week challenge bogged down, but I still finished the most recent story. At this stage I have written 8 stories since January 1. I will get back on track this week. I’ve discovered a few things — wow, can I write myself in a corner. Also, some of the best bits have come because I literally don’t know what to write next, and I throw myself on the mercy of my muse. I also have gained some insights about storytelling, pacing, structure, and more.

Announcements: Upcoming appearances below!

BOOKPEOPLE MARCH 30, 5 P.M.

I will be appearing with Amber Royer, author of Free Chocolate and Pure Chocolate, and Nicky Drayden, author of Temper and Prey of Gods. It will be a Texas women in SFF.

MURDER BY THE BOOK APRIL 13, 4:30 PM. HOUSTON, TX

I will be appearing with Amber Royer. This will be an Angry Robot authors event!

 


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