Party Recap

signing 12814So Monday, December 8 I had a launch party for UNVEILED. WOOT! Some local backers of the Kickstarter and I descended upon Changing Hands Bookstore in Tempe, AZ. (You can get signed copies of UNVEILED by contacting the bookstore, even if you don’t live in Arizona. They will ship to you. Support this amazing indie store.)

I read the first half of the first chapter and took audience questions before signing books and having one-on-one time with readers. Yay!

I was so crazy before the gig. Stressed out to the point my brain began leaking out of my ears.

To give you some understanding of how nervous/frazzled I was… Read more

Rough Drafting With the Pajamazon

shall-we-beginSo I’m starting work on a new project. (Sort of new. I did a shit ton of research on this project a few months ago, but due to life, other works, surgery, etc etc, I let it get away from me.) Anyway, this project is not part of the C# ‘verse, but a stand-alone alternate history sort of thing set across three timelines. Based on that, you might think it’s sci-fi, but no. It’s more of a whimsical thing along the lines of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, but with far less in the way of supernatural beasties.

Sorry I’m being glib, but this isn’t something I really want to go into much detail on yet. It’s still in the earliest stages of development. Not only that, I’m struggling with structure.

But, I wanted to give you a glimpse of what rough drafting something new is like for me.  Read more

Cat’s Birthday

A year ago today WILD CARD hit the world. To celebrate today, I’m offering you UNVEILED ebooks for just 99 cents!

Yum yum get ya some! 



Art by Nathalia Suellen. Click to embiggen.

Art by Nathalia Suellen. Click to embiggen.

It’s here! UNVEILED is officially a real book and in the world for EVERYONE to enjoy! And that happened because of viewers like you! Seriously, we wouldn’t be doing this happy dance today without the kindness, support and backing of you amazing people. Even those of you who couldn’t donate to the Kickstarter campaign, but who spread the word for it, or pimped links or hugged me. YOU HELPED MAKE TODAY HAPPEN!

I cannot say thank you enough to convey my gratitude. I don’t know that I can in my entire lifetime. This means so much to me, gang.

Cat Sharp got her book 2. (And if the buzz is any indication, fans want a Book 3. I’m more than happy to oblige.)

So, today please pat yourselves on the back because you helped this artist make something happen. You helped a story live.

Time to make her thrive.

Please consider leaving reviews on Goodreads and Amazon or your site of choice. Please spread links or point your friends in my direction if they’re thirsty for a new book.

This book is available in digital media on iTunes, Kobo, Nook, Kindle and more. You can buy print copies online via Amazon, CreateSpace and more. Phoenix locals, you can buy print copies of the book at Changing Hands (Tempe) and Zia’s Record Exchange. Also, if you’re in Las Vegas, hit up Zia’s, there, too! You should find Cat on the shelves. I’m still working on other locations. Hell, if you are not local, but want a signed print copy, contact Changing Hands and we will make that happen. (If you want a print copy but don’t care where you get it, please consider Changing Hands as my personal choice. You help an indie store AND me at the same time.)

Tomorrow I’ll be doing an all day Q&A over at BittenByBooks. Don’t forget, the launch event December 8, 7pm at Changing Hands!


So yeah… thank you. I don’t know what more I can say about the day my second novel launches into the world propelled by so much love and kindness.

Thank you.

Post-Op Update


FOUND: One Pajamazon. Slightly used, but decent mileage. One owner, original papers. Mostly intact, though recently a few of the factory-installed components have been nullified or removed. Responds well to chai, Sherlock quotes and kitty purrs.

All of this is to say that I came out of surgery okay. I’m going to go fall down in a heap of pillows and cats while watching British tele on Netflix and keeping myself medicated.  Read more