Isn't science fiction supposed to be about the future? Isn't it?
I made an ebook!
The Middle Child
I had so much fun with this book.
My Youngest Turns 2
On October 17, 2017, BREACH OF CONTAINMENT was published in the US. I don't blame you if you missed it. Most people did. I touch on some of the reasons here, but that's neither here nor there. On that fall day my baby became available for purchase, irrevocably out in the world. When I contracted … Continue reading My Youngest Turns 2
Reading My Own Work
I wanted readers to have a conclusion of sorts, even if in my mind the story wasn't finished.
NaNoWriMo 2018: This Time It’s Personal
That's the beauty of NaNoWriMo: your job is to write.
Fair Warning: I Am Sick And This Will Be Random
Elena's really a lousy soldier. I love her with all my heart, but she should've been a freighter jock instead.
My First Novel Turns 2
You remain what I needed you to be: a solid foundation for everything I still want to do with your characters.
About That Book…
One of the things that comes from not being famous is that nobody ever asks you about the things you want to talk about the most. I've got a couple of prime promo slots for this book--one on Mary Robinette Kowal's MY FAVORITE BIT, one on John Scalzi's BIG IDEA, and a nice interview on … Continue reading About That Book…
REMNANTS OF TRUST: or, What’s Revenge Got To Do With It?
I didn’t know, when I started this book, that it was going to be about revenge. Revenge is a funny thing. It seems to be a pretty strong human instinct. You hurt me; I hurt you. Scales get balanced and all is well, right? Except it doesn’t work out that way. It should—eye for an … Continue reading REMNANTS OF TRUST: or, What’s Revenge Got To Do With It?