Harrier Bogbean He chided himself for pestering Mrs. Kendrick so long. He barely snapped a photo of Penelope before she went through the window. “If I had waited a half a second longer, I’m sure I’d have the only photo of a human passing through a closed window!” He said and gnashed his teeth... Continue Reading →
In which we meet Penelope Collins in Edinburgh, Scotland and the invisible sprite who documents her journey.
To domesticate refers to a process of time. A time of turning wild things: animals, plants, people into Something else. Something who's worth is defined by the domesticator. Something that cannot - Tend to self. Care for self. Think for self. We’ve domesticated animals and plants, but we too, Are domesticated. From birth we’ve... Continue Reading →
We have made God in our own image An Idol. We have placed Him on a pedestal Wrapped Him in an American flag And told Him to kill all the Amalekites We made a deity in the image of Zeus Of Hermes, of Apollo Forgetting that Before the Greeks we love so much The Great... Continue Reading →
It's here! The first book is done and it is out there. The complete book is available in paperback on Amazon, and it is beautiful! Some of you may remember that last summer I released an excerpt of The Story Weaver: Penelope's Perils. For those of you who bought and read the excerpt and encouraged... Continue Reading →
What to do when your young adult series has the same title as comic porn: Be Sad, or Get ANGRY! Posted on February 23, 2015 5 Bah! I uploaded my book onto Amazon tonight just to fine-tune everything before the launch on March 1st. My trophy husband went online to see if it was up yet, and... Continue Reading →
Countdown to Book Launch Posted on January 27, 2015 9 YAY! Just writing the title to this post got me so excited! I’m in the final stretch, but I’m having a hard time picking which book cover to use. Genre: Fantasy/Alternative History Audience:10-14 year olds Here’s the Back Cover Copy: 1926- Edinburgh, Scotland: 13 year-old Penelope Collins... Continue Reading →
European Vacation Day One: Paris Posted on September 13, 2014 6 Ok, so as of now I will have been up 29 hours straight. I’m not good at this, I’m a groggy traveler at best, and at worst I’m a grump when I’m tired, but I’m not a grump today because I am in Paris! Gorgeous, old,... Continue Reading →