After the exhilaration brought on by the massive Women’s March, I found it both amusing and infuriating to browse through these Postcards warning men about the dangers of women’s rights…Continue readingDangerous Women
“In late 2006, I wrote the first book review on Goodreads,” Otis Chandler writes on the website’s blog. “It was a simple, two-paragraph review of ‘A Short History of Nearly…Continue readingHow many reviews?!!
What a week it was. The Author Visits web site gave me the gamut of everything possible for telling everyone about Random, the first book in my The Were Chronicles.…Continue reading“The writing is stellar”
The American South has long carried the stigma of poverty, racism, and anti-intellectualism, Tyler Coates writes at Flavorwire. Yet the region has also produced a disproportionate number of intellectuals, poets,…Continue reading50 Best Southern Novels
The Shire was an idealized version of the rural England of Tolkien’s childhood, Recipewise explains, and gives us some remarkable recipes for Gandalf’s tea party. An Unexpected Party – Image…Continue readingFood In The Hobbit
The third book in my Worldweavers series, ‘Cybermage‘, is out and the cover is awesome. The series, originally published by HarperCollins, is being reissued by Sky Warrior Books. The original…Continue readingThea and Tesla save the world
My experience with the Rainforest Writers Retreat on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington began last Wednesday when Colleen Anderson drove down from Vancouver, Canada, and picked me up in Bellingham.…Continue readingRetreating into the rainforest