In western West Virginia, Mothman is a creature of legend and the subject of my new YA Sci-Fi Mysteries. Nestled between Nessie, Chupacabra, Bigfoot and the Yeti. He's in good company.
Every other Friday, the novelists of The Society of YA Storytellers blog on a common topic for fun or education, but mostly for fun. It's called "Fun Friday" after all! It's Fun Friday! This week is about FIREWORKS; excerpts that explode with all sorts of feels. Drama...gotta love it! I thought I'd share with you … Continue reading Fun Friday: Fireworks
Happy Halloween! To celebrate, here's the full cover for Book of the Lost (Midnight Guardian no. 5).
Please, for all that is true and right, tell me that you have entered in the massive bookish giveaway from the 12 authors of The Society of YA Storytellers. > Doh! Enter now Prizes are below. Much of it is signed by the author.
Okay, so I've been cultivating my hermit tendencies lately. I realize that it's been almost a month, A MONTH, since I last posted. Sorry guys, but I swear it's been necessity. I've been locked away in my "cave of concentration" (love that phrase from Chelsea Fine's Archers of Avalon series). So what have I been … Continue reading Weekend update
This week, SUZY TURNER is in the Carnival's center ring. Turner is the author of Raven, December Moon, The Ghost of Josiah Grimshaw, Daisy Madigan's Paradise, and my personal favorite, The Lost Soul. Suzy is a pretty cool chick. She's worked as a journalist, a magazine editor, and even a script supervisor on a feature … Continue reading YA Indie Carnival Spotlight: SUZY TURNER