THE LOST TRAIN is Here Today!

Today is the big day, and I hope you’ll celebrate with me! You can get your copy of THE LOST TRAIN today! My new story is published along with 6 great other stories and 10 fabulous works of art. I’ve been working hard over the last few months, but enjoying every minute of it. I…

Liars and Thieves – Recommended Read – by D. Wallace Peach

It’s my  pleasure to present and recommend the New Release, Liars and Thieves by superb author, D. Wallace Peach. I came across her blog Myths of the Mirror a few years ago and was astounded by the depth and quality of her writing. I’ve since read four of her novels (I’ll read them all as…

Chantiki’s Boudoir – Esteemed Guest

New Release! I’m honored to have my personal favorite short story, “The Fickle Face of Time” featured in Victoria Bastedo’s Vintage Ladies Magazine, Chantiki’s Boudoir. It’s a tale of vexing vixens, beguiling beauties and the gentleman caught in their spell.  (Who just might be one of our Mr. Worthingtons!) Originally written from the photo prompts…

THE LOST TRAIN Anthology – NEW RELEASE!

I’m so excited to be featured with my short story “Off the Rails” in this new anthology from FVP Books! THE LOST TRAIN Anthology is coming soon. Release is September 1st! Authors and Artists were paired to create works for the project. And it was especially welcome and encouraging to communicate and get to know…

I’m Glad We Have Each Other

It’s been a bit tough to post lately. There’s been so much uncertainty here in my home state of Washington, and when we went on lockdown with nearly everything closed, it was as if a weight hung over my head. But things are looking up a bit, and we’re adjusting to our ‘new normal’. And…

A Little Drama

I took time out from editing to attend ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ at our local theatre Valley Center Stage .  I’m always amazed at the imaginative sets and acting talent that come through this theatre. This near life-sized train engine wall mural, with actual lights embedded, greeted patrons as we entered, setting the stage…

A Glowing Opportunity

Mt. Si glowed gorgeously out my window all day today, matching my mood. I’ve been a bit down about the delays on Book III’s final edit. Though I’m determined and marching forward to complete and publish it as soon as it’s brilliant – or at least up to Miss Livingstone’s particular standards. But today I…

The Mermaid and the Bear – Book Review

I don’t often review books on Miss LiV Adventures, but The Mermaid and the Bear, by Ailish Sinclair, may be of interest to many of my readers due to its genre and style. I’ve also enjoyed following this author’s blog, ailishsinclair.com and you may too! REVIEW: I teetered between 4 and 5 stars, but decided…

Time and Time Again

It’s possible that it’s completely appropriate to be writing Book III of Miss Liv Adventures time travel series yet again. 🙂  Still aiming to publish by the end of the year. Wish me luck and safe NaNo travels!

A Fun and Successful Summer Camp

I’m a big participator in NaNoWriMo events. Even as a more seasoned writer I find the challenges and group support a great motivator to keep moving ahead. This July I completed my 60 hour editing goal on Book III of Miss LiV Adventures. Still working hard to perfect that twisty time travel plot and make…

I’ve Got my Towel…Time to Travel!

  I can’t wait to arrive at Norwescon! Come on down to Seatac DoubleTree and join the fun! I’ve got my new steampunk trope Octopus towel at the ready for this year’s theme, and a table lined up to share with my esteemed colleagues Rachel Barnard, Sheri J Kennedy and Victoria Bastedo on Writer’s Row….