Monthly Archives: July 2014

Interview with Chris Votey

Christopher D. Votey was born in Dayton, Ohio in 1980, first son of Steve Votey and Jolene Knight (née Nichols). He is a college graduate in Computer Science at Collins College in Tempe, Arizona and has worked in the computer … Continue reading

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Surviving Sharknado

Thank God it Came on Time! Andrew Shaffer’s How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters came in the mail yesterday. Tomorrow (Wednesday) night, Sharknado 2 premiers on the SyFy channel. Yes, I will be watching. And perhaps live-tweeting. … Continue reading

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Interview with Randall Landers, Producer of Project Potemkin

Randall Landers is happily married and with three wonderful children. Randy is the owner of a small videography studio in Albany, Georgia. Prior to launching Project: Potemkin, he has been active in writing fan fiction for Star Trek fanzines since … Continue reading

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OMG It’s Wednesday!

Update? UPDATE? Do I look like I have time to write an UPDATE?!?! OK. ~deep breath~ Yes. Busy. In the best way. Rewriting/lengthening my previously published Lunar Shorts for my upcoming series The Cities of Luna. I’m also writing a … Continue reading

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Real World Unreal

The next Theme-Thology from HDWP Books came out this week! It’s available on Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Kobo, and other outlets. π Instead of interviewing all or a few of my antho-mates, I asked just one question to the writers who contributed to this anthology: What is unreal … Continue reading

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Huzzah! My 500th Blog Post! And, oh boy, do I have a lot to share. Firstly, I have two new releases. Last week, my story The Remorse of the Incorporeum came out in the Biblical Legends anthology Sulfurings: Tales from … Continue reading

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Back in 2007, hubby and I knew that we would probably be moving within a few years. (We did…in 2009.) Since we had already moved eleven times in ten years, and lost some things that were important along the way, … Continue reading

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The Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah

The next anthology in the Biblical Speculative Fiction series from Garden Gnome Publications came out this week! It’s available on Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Kobo, Smashwords, and other outlets. Instead of interviewing all or a few of my antho-mates, I … Continue reading

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Off and Running

My writing life is getting busy, and that’s a wonderful thing! I’m actively ignoring various new opportunities, even though they look interesting, because my plate is filling and I need to make sure it doesn’t overflow. I’m in the planning … Continue reading

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Sulfurings Release Day!

Happy Release Day! When I first saw the call to submissions for this anthology last year, I knew I had to be a part of it. Biblical speculative fiction… what an awesome idea! The first anthology was about The Garden … Continue reading

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