I haven’t posted anything here lately, but that doesn’t mean I’m not working. The current large prose project is the sequel to Greek Key. It’s less research-oriented than the Rachel books, but writing a book from the perspective of a character with severe ADHD is challenging. Most prose flows from thought to thought, but Hope’sContinue reading “When Hope met Mike (Hope Blackwell #2)”
GREEK KEY has been out for two weeks, so this is the obligatory getting-my-working-life-in-order post.
All Hope Blackwell wanted was a quiet Mediterranean vacation. Sun, sand, local cuisine…and tracking down Archimedes’ ghost to learn if he’s been tampering with the fabric of reality. But when you’re a psychic whose specialty is communicating with the dead, a trip to Greece means you’ll come face-to-face with legendary heroes. And monsters. As HopeContinue reading “GREEK KEY is out, so let’s talk about Helen of Troy”
Some of you seem to really enjoy these posts on self-publishing and the living nightmare that is the production phase! Please. Come. Read my hair-pulling, head-to-wall-bashing, chew-through-own-bottom-lip-for-the-joy-of-it experience.
Greek Key goes live today–the first eleven chapters, at any rate. The cover is gorgeous.
How do you manage a character with ADD? Ritalin and sickle weasels, of course.