Very long and overdue DragonCon recap

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DragonCon was… good, mostly? I mean, I went into it sick. Yes, I was panelist zero. I brought the crud to the con. This had the ONLY benefit of the fact that I was over the crud by… Read More

2013 in review

Oh, 2013 I am NOT sorry to see you go. We had some highs and lows together, but professionally you were great to me, so I won’t complain. Soooo, let’s start with January: I submitted 2 stories to anthologies… Read More

Kickstarter/Pre-order for War of the Seasons, a fantasy trilogy with a strong female protagonist and minimal sparkling!

For me, it all started with a boy named Will. I first met William Snell in the spring of 2003, and Katie Johnson the following year. In 2005, seven year old Katie passed away after her battle with… Read More

Balancing 3 lives (aka: How do I do it all? Answer: I don’t!)

I am a wife, mother, Marine, pilot, writer, marathoner, costumer, all around geek, and more. One of the questions I often get asked is “How do you do it all?” The truth is, I don’t. There simply aren’t… Read More

Ron is 40 & RavenCon 2013Wrap Up

First off today is my sweetie pie’s 40th birthday, so let’s all wish him a happy birthday, shall we? On three… One… Two… Two and a half… THREE! HAPPY 40th BIRTHDAY RON-RON!!! As many of you may or… Read More

RavenCon wrap up

Last weekend I was a guest at RavenCon for the second time – the first time being a few years ago where I was a costuming guest. It was wonderful to come back to RavenCon, and the best… Read More

Happy Birthday Ron-Ron!

Enjoy your last year in your 30’s sweetie!

StellarCon 2012 Wrap-up

My, I’ve gotten younger and cuter… Attending StellarCon as an invited guest was instead of a paying attendee was both surreal and a bit like coming full circle. Eight years ago when my husband and I were stationed… Read More

A last minute crisis averted!

So, as I was reviewing the final FINAL print edit of The Human, I asked my husband (who doubles as my attorney), how I needed to credit the lyrics I’d used in my book – specifically, Merle Haggard’s,… Read More