Monthly Archives: October 2010
Yesterday, I was driving my son and myself to the theater to see the movie RED (which incidentally was funny, smart, and all in all AWESOME). I came to a corner and waited for the other driver to turn because … Continue reading
To go with The Hammer Hamster of Loving Correction, we have The Hammer Hamster of Gentle Reward. With beaucoup de glitter.
For those wondering what’s up and what’s new, the following is both the up and the new: Had an AWESOME Steampunk Week at Meljean THE Meljean Brook’s blog. She’s a fine, fine hostess and a great author whose work I … Continue reading
It’s my coin wallet. The photo isn’t great, so the text says “Non! Non! Ne m’ouvre pas! (No! No! Don’t open me!). This photo is for the crowd at THE Meljean’s blog, where it’s all steampunk, all the time. Hi … Continue reading
No hamsters were harmed in the making of this image. Your eyes though, they’ll never be the same.
I had to help spread what Scalzi wrote today in his Whatever blog (a place I frequent daily for laughs, raised eyebrows, and much nodding).
All week long, Meljean Brook, you know, THE Meljean (squee), is hosting authors who write steampunk romance. Today is Ciar Cullen, who talks about her Steamside Chronicles. I’m scheduled for Wednesday, and will share the goodness about my second steampunk … Continue reading
Over at RT BOOK REVIEW’s blog and the most excellent The Galaxy Express, they’re talking about strong women in command, explosions, and space-wide kickassery. That sounds familiar, you say? That’s because you’ve probably heard of Samhain Publishing, and how this … Continue reading
Next week, Meljean Brook (or, as I call her THE Meljean) is hosting a fabulous and not-to-be-missed event that’s all about steampunk and romance. What’s steampunk, you ask? It’s a blend of science, fantasy, and history. Good examples are what … Continue reading
I’ve been asked enough times by various people about my writing schedule and what’s in store for those of you who read my books without even being coerced or cornered into doing so. I know you guys exist! Behold! My … Continue reading