I had a great time joining McCallum J. Morgan's release part this morning during an author takeover to promote his new book, A Hole in the Air, the third in a fantastic series. Check out the book here, and visit the release party event to join the conversation on Facebook here.
Last night I had the pleasure of joining Jackie Carr, Kelsey Barthel and Richard Paolinelli on the Writer's Edge, hosted by Christie Stratos, for an hour-long discussion of sci-fi, fantasy, the common threads and piddling differences between the two, and the sort of general writerly discussion that tries the patience of those who indulge us. It … Continue reading Thanks to Christie Stratos for having me on The Writer’s Edge
As podcasts go, it was a raucous hour. My thanks to Rebekah Dodson and Derek Brimmer for having me on Kobold Tavern Tales this morning with a conversation that ranged from my current and upcoming books to political commentary, why kids suck, what's wrong with Canadians, politically correct mascot naming, 9/11 and Hitler. Lots of … Continue reading Fun with Rebekah Dodson, Derek Brimmer, book talk and general edginess
I'm excited to be a guest on Kobold Tavern Tales, a podcast featuring both upcoming and established writers discussing the dark, the light and the shadowy. I'll be joining authors Rebekah Dodson and Jay Michael Wright II in their world of all things kobold, dungeons and dragons, and fantasy in general. You can catch the … Continue reading Catch me on Kobold Tavern Tales, April 6
I had the good fortune of contributing to Konn Lavery's blog and I'm grateful to him for indulging my need to vent on a subject about which I'm unreasonably passionate. Konn is the author of dark fantasy, horror and thriller novels and one of Canada's freshest literary voices. Check out his work on Amazon, including … Continue reading Thank you, Konn Lavery
From time to time, I have the opportunity to speak to young people about living with limb loss. Those are the best times of all. I was asked once by a first-grader, "What if you have a prosthetic head." If you can't have fun talking to children about being part-cyborg, there's no hope for you. … Continue reading Speaking to kids about ability
I enjoyed sharing my background and experience with Fiona McVie on her outstanding site. It's intimidating being featured alongside such wonderful authors. I'm humble and grateful.