I can’t believe we’re already at the end of the first quarter of 2019! And what a busy quarter it’s been.Read More
Set in the distant past of the same universe as Dragon Ascending, Out of the Fire is the story of a forbidden love between the fire fae princess and the prince of the water fae—and the crippled mortal boy who stands between.
Out of the Fire, will be published in Of Fae and Fate, a forgotten fairy tale anthology from Immortal Works scheduled to come out October 22, 2019!
I’m beyond thrilled to announce that Dragon Ascending has been nominated for the 2018 Whitney Awards!
For a list of nominees, click here.
For more information about the Whitney Awards, click here.
And a big THANK YOU to those of you readers who nominated Dragon Ascending. Your support means everything to me.Read More
What a ride it’s been since my last update! I fully intended to post in December, but too much urgent stuff piled up and posting took a slide down the priority pile. I’m here now, though!
I thought I’d start with a quick summary of the past quarter so you can see what I’ve been up to:Read More
Yesterday I had a fun conversation about Dragon Ascending with Daniel Swenson of the Dungeon Crawlers Radio podcast. And since Daniel is an editing ninja, it’s already live on the internets for your listening pleasure. And just in time for Halloween, too!
Happy Halloween, dear friends.
And happy listening.Read More
I was so pleased with how it all went! We had a standing room only crowd (which I so totally did not expect—I love you guys). And The King’s English sold all but six of the copies of the book they brought (which I have signed, so if you hurry you might still be able to get a signed copy through them).Read More
September is upon us, and it’s time for another update.Read More
It’s time for the BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!
Click through to see the book cover for Dragon Ascending! [Drumroll please . . . ]Read More
It's the end of June and time for another update!
Spring has brought the end of the cold and flu season at my house (phew!), the end of the school year, and the beginning of a busy summer. For me, summer is the season to get things done!Read More
I feel like celebrating! Gifts all around! Er . . . I mean, gifts for all guild members!
in honor of the gift of spring, with its beautiful flowers and promise of new life to come, I give you a beautiful new high resolution screen saver and the promise of a book to come: Dragon Ascending is scheduled for release in October 2018. Stay tuned for further details.Read More
To celebrate my book deal with Immortal Works, I have launched some brand new services for my fan community.Read More
Whew! Well, the past few months have been a crazy ride, folks, but exciting things are peeking over the horizon as we speak.Read More
In the cataclysms of the Breaking, mankind was driven nearly to the edge of extinction.Read More
The old forests at the edges of the plains are the realm of the magical and mysterious alfkin, ruled over by the Woodland King.Read More
One of the reasons I choose to write fantasy is because I want to play in this grown-up fairy tale sandbox with Mr. Tolkien. But I don't want to play in Mr. Tolkien's sandbox, I want a sandbox of my very own. My writing will include elves, and dwarves, and dragons, but they might not act much like Tolkien's elves, and dwarves, and dragons. This is because I am not playing with Mr. Tolkien's toys. I'm just peering at history and myth through a keyhole that looks out on the same sweeping vista he found so inspiring, and which I, too, am enchanted by.Read More
“When she opened her eyes again, the waterfall was on fire. The sunset light had deepened into gold and crimson, and from this angle it reflected off the stone behind the fall and back through the water, making it glow like a fall of dragon fire. ”
— Amy Beatty, Dragon AscendingRead More
The Edge of the World is the knife-edge cliff over which the River Drasil empties into the depths of the Crevasse. From there, the water flows down three channels--the roots of the great river tree--to the sea.Read More