I’m happy to announce that I’ve signed a book contract with Inspired Quill to publish The Wind Reader in September, 2018.
Inspired Quill is a small, UK press that thinks of itself as a “social enterprise,” meaning it looks to give back to the community. I’m very excited to be working with them. Continue reading “Book Contract with Inspired Quill”
I’ve spent a huge portion of my adult life researching the writing of engineers. I won six national awards for that work, including one from IEEE. You’d think nothing could be farther from writing a middle-grade or YA fantasy. When I wrote my first novel, however, I realized I was still doing some of the same work. First, I was making the familiar strange and the strange familiar. And second, even more important, I was trying to understand the workings of power. Continue reading “How Studying Engineers Surprisingly Matches Writing Fantasy”
So, a brand new blog! I used to blog on Live Journal, but it’s been a while. Once I get myself together, I plan to post on the first and third Monday of each month.
Let’s see how it goes.