September 10, 2013
September 9, 2013
It’s still really cool to run across a new review of the first Greywalker novel.
And for those of you wanting more daily dog: Check out the blog!
September 8, 2013
Yesterday I finally acquired a file cabinet.
It’s elderly, but made of actual wood! It does need a little bit of work on the sliders and some oil and wax here and there before I can store my files in it, but it’s nicely made of solid oak and cabinet-quality oak plywood. It has a Washington State property stamp inside that reads “W.C.E 7th GR”. (I feel just like Harper with her old wooden file cabinets!) Luckily for me, Bella has no interest in eating the file cabinet.
August 26, 2013
I’ll be participating in a Spreecast online this Wednesday with Rachel Caine, Sarah Pinborough, and Anton Strout starting at 3 pm Eastern time. Drop by and see us chatting live! You can even RSVP in advance and be reminded of the event by clicking here: http://www.spreecast.com/events/penguin-urban-fantasy-chat
August 6, 2013
Possession is officially on shelves and for sale today, but it’s not the only book out there: Tom Sniegoski has a new Remy Chandler book, Jim C. Hines has his second Magic ex Libris book out, Stacia Kane has a special Downside Ghosts book out, Mario Acevedo has a new book, and wonderful mystery writer S. J. Rozan has a new book out as Sam Cabot.
August 5, 2013
Ashamed to say I totally failed my Clarion West write-a-thon goals. Only 22,000 words of my 60,000 word goal. Things got… complicated….
August 4, 2013
A nice review of Possession is up at The Book Swarm. Very pleasing and the comments are kind of fun too.
There’s also some good stuff up at Darkest Goth Magazine online: a multi-part interview with me and a review of Possession. They also gave the book a Brilliant Moon Award for being Goth-friendly and, well, pretty cool, which is… well, it’s pretty cool!
August 2, 2013
July 29, 2013
Mr. Kat and I have been married for 18 years today. Still going strong–if slightly insane. (Love you, sweetie.)
July 21, 2013
A blog post in which I am blown away by what modern science can do. Tie your shoe! Sounds silly, yes? Not so easy.