Would you look at that! I’d almost forgotten about this one, and due to unforeseen circumstances it’s release had been delayed. So? I’ve now had a story come out once a week for the last three weeks. I… don’t think I can make it four in a row! I had great fun writing my tale… Read More Fantastic Middle Schools
Good morning readers. It’s a bright winter morning here, just above freezing and getting warmer, which means the snow is going away. I may enjoy photographing snowflakes, but I don’t want the snow to linger for long! I’ve been a busy lady, so I have two articles up for you all, one my regular column… Read More Psychology, Marketing, and Guesting
This weekend I will be in Knoxville, working with the lovely Mystik Waboose at her booth at Fanboy Expo. You can find me, my books, and some super geeky t-shirts there all three days. I don’t have a booth number – I’ll try to update that once I know, more likely on social media than… Read More Fanboy Expo and Other Plans
Win a copy of Dragon Noir! You can play along in the comments here, or on facebook where I kicked the thing off yesterday. Comment for an entry, and I will draw a name at random on Sunday, July 19 and announce the winner. Then I will do it a second time and give away… Read More Win a signed book!
It’s a fresh bright shiny new week… so why do I feel like I’ve been dragged through a keyhole backwards? I’m facing a week of abnormal schedule, and heavy homework and… So what do I decide to do? Looks back at the words she’s written. Abuse the ellipsis, it seems. Seriously, though. I have two… Read More Choices for Readers
Brad Torgerson has created an excellent list over at his blog, the Sad Puppies slate. As I said last year, this is a great guideline, but nominate the works you think best. Not most likely to win, BEST. Once, the Hugo was an award that meant something, and now, it’s handed out as a party… Read More Hugo Nomination Time
You can find the opening snippet Here… I am currently still working on the book. I am very close to sending it to beta readers – I hope to wrap it all up with a bow this weekend. It’s been an interesting week so far, as the first days of a semester always are, and… Read More Dragon Noir: Snippet 2
Welcome! If you’re familiar with my blog, you already know this. I don’t self-promote often. While I do a weekly book review, and will often promo friend’s books, I usually let the sidebar links or the pages devoted to each series do the talking for me. I figure if you’re here more than once or… Read More A Papery Feel
Sometime in the next month, a new piece of my work will come out. Only it won’t appear as Cedar Sanderson, author. The reason for this is that I’m trying a new genre, and to keep from confusing my readers who expect fairies, pixies, and ogres to pop out of the woodwork, or space ships… Read More Farmhand
When was the last time you could pick up a novel for only three dollars? Much less nearly one hundred of them? Oh, I don’t expect that you will buy ALL of the ones on the list, but it’s the first annual Labor Day Independents Book Sale! For a full list of titles and authors,… Read More Books on Sale, Cheap!
The era of the newsboy standing in the street attracting attention with his brazen cry is long gone, but the cultural memory that attached to those two words lingers. As does that of the ‘news’ which I will propose is equally past. At one time in my lifespan, I know and have watched the phenomenon,… Read More Read all about it
I’m at Millennicon in Cincinnati today, and I will be signing in the lobby from 11:oo am to noon… so come see me! It’s been an interesting, hectic weekend, trying to fit this into my usual busy schedule, but there have been rewards. I got to meet Mike Resnick and shake his hand. My First… Read More Trickster Noir: Snippet 9