When the Purge began, Maitchen had been given a choice: become an Enforcer and let the Woern kill her in their own time, or have her throat cut then and there. Fifteen years ago, she’d chosen to keep breathing and do her part to heal the world of the Woern-borne madness.
Every time I look at my Goodreads page (and I look at it far more often than is good for my mental health), I wince at the answer to a question posed 3 years ago: Ouch. It's now two years later than that promised release date. In Episode 4 of Picard ("Absolute Candor"), a promise … Continue reading Promises, Promises
A few months ago I started participating in a Twitter hashtag called #bookqw (Book Quote Wednesday), which I heard about from author/book blogger Sarah Chorn (BookwormBlues). In this weekly Tweet-fest, authors produce a quote containing the word of the week, and apropos of the holiday tomorrow, this week's word was HEART. As I was looking through … Continue reading Matters of the Heart—A Wizard’s Sacrifice Preview
A big sale, SPFBO judging, and Wizard's Sacrifice update.
On March 2, we had our first real snow of Winter 2019 here in Brooklyn, and my daughter and I got ourselves organized and out of the house. We met up with another family for some sledding and snow-fort building in Prospect Park, and we were all really proud of our architectural masterpiece, built with … Continue reading One Snowy Day in March
To build the necessary timelines for the plot, I had to determine the number of days, weeks, and months in a Knownearthian year.