Most of you know that bit of excellent writing advice, the rule about letting a draft sit and marinate for a time before diving into the revision process? It’s good advice, but a rule I don’t usually follow. Until now, that is, while awaiting the editorial notes for my forthcoming novel (working title: The Alchemy of Glass: […]
Like a lot of dads from his era, mine was barely knowable. He was a WWII veteran (Army Air Corps), and went to trade school on the GI Bill. He talked rarely of his service, but enjoyed showing us his photos of his Air Corps mates and of the Senegalese soldiers with whom he’d served […]
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From Pyr-O-Mania: A perfect tale for Halloween Posted by Lisa Kay Halloween is almost here, and there’s nothing better than a supernatural story to get you in the mood! If you crave something other than witches and vampires and werewolves (oh my!) then Barbara Barnett’s debut The Apothecary’s Curse might be just what you’re looking for. Rene Sears, […]
Sorry it’s been a few weeks since my last entry (I promise more frequent entries in the coming weeks and months until the October 11 release of my historical/urbran fantasy-SF novel The Apothecary’s Curse from Pyr). As promised, I’m fast-forwarding from my childhood ambition of being a novelist to the very beginnings of The Apothecary’s Curse. […]