Guest Posts and Interviews – Spring 2019

I’ve been busy as an endangered bee this spring, but thankfully, the good people of the writing community gave me several opportunities to pause my solitary toil and connect with other humans. Here’s a quick round-up of the guest posts and interviews I’ve done over the past few months. Thanks to the hosts for featuring me! … More Guest Posts and Interviews – Spring 2019

The Accidental Mirror: What Flawed Characters Reveal About Ourselves

Running solves most of my problems. Bad day at work? Fight with the family? Mad at the world in general? After half a dozen sweaty miles, I reach a place where I’m better equipped to deal. It’s especially helpful for working through story issues. My feet go on autopilot, carrying me not through neighborhoods and … More The Accidental Mirror: What Flawed Characters Reveal About Ourselves

Stories in the Stars: My latest book and latest adventure

Syzygy V: Red Shift went live this week! Like every title in my Syzygy hexalogy, this one is an astronomy term that implies various levels of significance for the story. What is red shift in the scientific sense? When an object in space (like a star) moves away from us, its light wavelength stretches out, “shifting” the … More Stories in the Stars: My latest book and latest adventure