Yes, that’s right: I’m headed back in the City of Lights. This time, it’s a purely business, research-oriented trip. I’ve finished most of the first (And rough–oh it’s rough!) draft of Something Strange and Deadly book 2 (which is being tentatively titled A DARKNESS STRANGE AND LOVELY), and now it’s time to fill in all […]
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I said my method for selecting a setting in Something Strange and Deadly was unscientific, remember? Well, just look at how I wound up choosing Victorian times. I thought it was cool. I thought it would add conflict, what with the claustrophobic etiquette and patriarchy. Yeah. Very inspired, huh?
It should come as no surprise that sometimes people ask me where I came up with the idea for Something Strange and Deadly. My usual response involves a rambling, convoluted explanation about planets aligning, mystical dreams, and goat sacrifices. Well, I finally decided to just write it all out coherently. But if I’m going to […]
Wonderful news, everyone!! I’ve been itching to tell you all for a while now. A few weeks ago, Something Strange and Deadly and its two sequels SOLD to… Wait for it… Wait for it… (You can probably guess by the giant FLAG right there. If not, now’s your chance to learn something new.) And the […]
So, I finally got off my lazy butt and made a new website for Something Strange and Deadly. I am very curious to know what you all think. Does it work for you? Can you navigate it okay? Is everything loading all right? Let me know if you have any suggestions or issues!