Leap Day GiveAway Winners

Thank you to everybody who retweeted something about the giveaway. Entries are closed as of 3:00 p.m. PST on Saturday, February 29, 2020. Ten (10) winners will each receive one (1) Apple Books / iBooks gift code for Wounded Bride via direct message (DM.) The winners will be announced on Twitter, so if you’d likeContinue reading “Leap Day GiveAway Winners”

Genres: Part 2 – Fantasy

I think that the strength of fantasy is its limitless possibility. You can create places, creatures, and powers that don’t need to be real to be believed. I can do pretty much whatever I want, and I don’t even have to think, is this possible? Anything is possible, and that includes whatever story I wantContinue reading “Genres: Part 2 – Fantasy”

Genres: Part 1 – Detective

On Twitter, I was asked why I write in my particular genre. While Wounded Bride is a detective novel, I like to write in many genres. I’ve decided to answer this question in a series of blog posts, because I would like to talk about many genres, and putting them all in one post wouldContinue reading “Genres: Part 1 – Detective”

GiveAway – Ten Apple Books / iBooks gift codes to get Wounded Bride

Cover image of Wounded Bride by Hyacinth Grey It starts on: Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. Pacific. Entries close on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. Pacific. All you need to enter is to go on Twitter and retweet something about this giveaway. One entry per Twitter account, but multiple retweets areContinue reading “GiveAway – Ten Apple Books / iBooks gift codes to get Wounded Bride”

A Lesson Learned about Outlining

My relationship with outlining has always been a little rocky. I’m a Pantser, so I usually just start writing, often with little or no idea about the story I’m going to tell. When I decided to write science fiction for NaNoWriMo, I did a brief outline because I wanted my plot to stay on track.Continue reading “A Lesson Learned about Outlining”