Below is a copy of my guest post, which went up today on Andi’s book reviews. Visit her blog for an excerpt and more info, too.
While I was up in Duluth taking long walks along the shores of Lake Superior with my best friend, Deal-Sharing Aunt’s interview with me went up on her blog. I’ve pasted a copy below. Where are you from? Currently, I … Continued
Below is a copy of my interview posted over at Mythical Books today. Cremona asked some great questions, and I love that she included some traditional artwork from the original Rumpelstiltskin story in her post. I’ve kept that with my … Continued
Below is a copy of my guest post featured on Corey’s Book Reviews:When my husband told one of his friends that I’d recently released a book that was a retelling of “Rumpelstiltskin,” his friend asked, “When is she going to … Continued
My blog tour of “Rumpled” began yesterday, and the first three posts are already up. You can check out the kick-off, which includes a Q&A with me, here. Here are the rest of the stops, along with what you can … Continued
I know those Kindle lists are fickle, so I’m enjoying it while it lasts! Thanks to all who have given it a try!
The full review of Hungering & Thirsting for Justice published in the National Catholic Reporter (which I mentioned in an earlier post) is now online. You can read it here.
Today is the last day for the Rumpled giveaways I’m running on Goodreads (paperback, already closed) and Booklikes (ebook, a few hours left to enter.) I look forward to receiving the winning names and addresses so that I can send … Continued
I just heard from our publisher that Hungering and Thirsting for Justice received a favorable review in the April 11-24 issue of National Catholic Reporter, which claimed that, “Each story reads like a prayer.” Beautiful! Can’t wait to read the … Continued
Well, I did finish Storm of Swords as expected last week, and as I did so, I noticed something about George RR Martin’s endings. He’s juggling a lot of different characters, each with their own story arcs, so it’s somewhat … Continued