A couple of weeks back and a few posts back, I mentioned that I am delving back into my Steampunk novel, H, after a couple of false starts with writing the third I my time-travel trilogy – Because H feels so much more polished, so much easier to slip into with edits. But that might … Continue reading NaNo-Not-Mo

Happy Steam-Powered Christmas

I suspect anybody reading this on Christmas Day will have also read a thousand Christmas posts. So, I wanted to do something different, and have gathered a few lovely Steampunk Christmas pictures from the web. A mechanical and copper bauble? That's a slightly creepy Father Christmas necklace. If you want a faerie or supernatural edge … Continue reading Happy Steam-Powered Christmas

Ready. Set. Write! 16/7

During the weekend, I broke my laptop, so I was left stranded and rather confused. It’s fixed now, so I apologise for the radio silence, and for a rocky week of posts on which I have to work on. Why do I happen upon ideas when I have no medium in which to write them‽ … Continue reading Ready. Set. Write! 16/7

Guest Post: LEGALLY UNDEAD by Margo Bond Collins

Today, I'm welcoming Margo Bond Collins onto the blog to talk about her top five favourite vampire films. Margo's novel LEGALLY UNDEAD, book 1 of the Vampirarchy series came out with World Weaver Press on the 27th. A reluctant vampire hunter, stalking New York City as only a scorned bride can. Elle Dupree has her life all figured … Continue reading Guest Post: LEGALLY UNDEAD by Margo Bond Collins

Agnetha King: Behind the Character

I thought I'd do something fun, since I'm not really in the mood for a great written post today, and as I've been (on-off) rewriting Of Jackets and Phones, I thought I'd blather on about my precious MC.   For instance, to expand: Golden Hair. If I could, I'd lighten the hair altogether (note to self, … Continue reading Agnetha King: Behind the Character