June 25 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Paul, MN — Reading at Subtext Books
Visit the Subtext Books listing for all the details but here are the highlights:
Four authors: Ellen Hart, me, Jessie Chandler and Christine Glendenning.
Location: 6 West Fifth Street, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102
June 27 & 28 in Minneapolis, MN — Twin Cities Pride Festival
I’ll be in booth P005 with a bunch of other local authors writing lesbian, bi, trans and queer fiction. Come visit us, buy books, get autographs, hang out with authors and more.
Here’s a handy map of the Pride Festival with our booth circled so you can find us.
July 22-26 in New Orleans — Golden Crown Literary Society Conference
Thursday, July 23 I’m reading at 10:10 a.m. from “The Demon Gabriella.” If you’re at the conference, join me and five other authors for what’s sure to be a fun reading.
Also on Thursday at 3:10 p.m., my smarty alter ego Rachel Gold is on the panel “Do I Have To Go Outside? Research At The Desk And In The Field.” Even though she’s going to do the talking, I can still sign books for you there!
I’m on an 8:30 a.m. panel about writing paranormal fiction on Friday, July 24! Come see if our vampire member survives long enough to attend. Come see if the ghosts can walk in the daylight and if the werewolf has had enough coffee.
Visit the School for Wayward Demons
If you want more stories set in the same world as “The Demon Abraxas,” visit entertheunseen.com to read the free, serial story “Lily’s School for Wayward Demons and Misfit Witches.” In the story you’ll get to see more of Lily from “The Demon Abraxas,” glimpses of Ana and Sabel, plus new characters to fall in love with — including Sabel’s little sister, Theo.
Sabel’s sister Theo is a natural witch shapeshifter and gets into all kinds of trouble!
The Love Spell Potential
When I first saw the Big Bang Theory episode (The Love Spell Potential) in which Sheldon is rolling dice as his D&D character makes out with Amy’s character, I looked online to try to find a chart of body parts that could be used in a role playing game setting like that. And I didn’t find one, which shocked me. The closest I found was information about how to calculate weapons blows to different areas of an opponent’s body — not what I had in mind.
So I present the d20 chart for sex scenes in RPGs and table top games: Continue reading
Interviewing Zoie Palmer
Ever since someone said, “Can you believe they’re sending Dr. Hotpants to Fargo?” I wanted to meet Zoie Palmer. I know it’s dangerous meeting an actor from a beloved TV show – what if they turn out to be completely different from the character? Worse yet, what if they turn out to be like the character? (I’m not saying she offered to turn me Fae, but then I’m not saying she didn’t.)
Read the Frivolous Views review
A new review is up for The Demon Abraxas! Carleen Spry over at Frivolous Views agreed to jump back into the ocean of paranormal fiction after first experiencing it through Buffy fandom. She writes, “Let me start by saying this: I’m very happy that I chose this book to reintroduce me to Paranormal novels.”
For the rest of the review, visit Frivolous Views.
My puppy is named for the character (not vice versa)
Now that the book is out, some people who know me might have realized that my puppy and one of the main characters of The Demon Abraxas share the same name: Sabel. I just wanted to clarify that the character of Dr. Sabel Young came first. Then a clever person who was invested in me having a genetically-engineered super dog (i.e. a Border Collie & German Shepherd mix), suggested I name that super cute puppy, “Sabel.”
The character from the book, who doesn’t even have a puppy, but I’m pretty sure approves of my having one.
My amazingly smart puppy is named for the even more amazingly smart Dr. Sabel Young of The Demon Abraxas.
The Demon Abraxas blog tour has started
The Avid Reader describes The Demon Abraxas says, “I was impressed with this book and really enjoyed it.” Read the whole review here.
So then I got hacked
Anyway, apologies to anyone who tried to get to my site last week and found it blocked by the search engines. We’re back up and running and taking steps to prevent future hackings, and just in time for the launch of The Demon Abraxas!
I am for the serial comma
In case you were wondering. I even made this dramatic representation of my stance on the serial comma: notice how the predator gets to use serial commas as her weapon of choice.
“Had to be me. Someone else might have gotten it wrong.”