Writing hours in August 2014

August was an incredibly busy and productive month for me, as my colorful calendar can attest to. The green stickers point out days on which I wrote over 2,000 words, while yellow stands for days with 1,000-1,999 words. Not only were two new short stories of mine published (“Pigeon Post,” which is still free today, and “Whining and Dining“), but I also completed two novels–Under a Falling Star and its German translation, Vorsicht, Sternschnuppe. Under a Falling Star is with the proofreader right now and will be published in October. I also completed revising my contribution to Ylva Publishing’s Christmas …

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My short story Pigeon Post is now available

I’m pleased to announce that my latest short story, “Pigeon Post,” has been published today, even a little bit ahead of schedule. “Pigeon Post” is a short story, but at 13,000 words, it’s not a very short one, and at $0.99, it’s not expensive either. It’s part of my shape-shifter series and stars Kelsey and Rue, the main characters from True Nature. If you have read other books in that series, you might remember that the Wrasa, my shape-shifters, are much more lesbian/gay-friendly than your average human. So it’s no wonder that their PR experts come up with an interesting …

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Writing Hours in May 2014

Another month is over—and it’s been a busy one! I finished the edits for my novella Departure from the Script, which will be published in about a month, and worked on its German version, Liebe à la Hollywood (sadly, the title, as is so often the case, doesn’t translate well). Otherwise, May was the month of short stories…or maybe I should say: it was supposed to be. I wrote a new shape-shifter short story titled Pigeon Post. At about 13,000 words, it’s a nice, long one, almost heading into novella territory. Then I got started on the short story for …

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