Monthly Archives: March 2015


Odysseus and the Sirens by Herbert James Draper, c. 1909

Submissions are not yet open, but I’m excited to announce the fourth title in the anthology series which began with Fae* –> Sirens It’s going to be awesome! For those of you who might be interested in submitting something I’m … Continue reading

Best Laid Plans

Robert Burns by Alexander Nasmyth, 1787

The best laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men, Gang aft agley, An’ lea’e us nought but grief an’ pain, For promis’d joy! ~ Robert Burns Holy crap has this week been… well, one of those weeks. Some of my friends … Continue reading

Lady Wilde and the Fairy-Haunted Hills

By Frank Harris [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Today for Fae-tastic Friday we’re going to wrap up our mini-series of guest blogs about changelings. This final posting is about Lady Wilde, who I’m a little chagrined to admit, was never on my radar before reading Shannon’s blog. Whether … Continue reading

Changelings and ASD

This is the third installment of my series of Changeling-themed guest blogs for Fae-tastic Friday. Today’s blog is brought to us courtesy of Kari Castor. Kari looks at the possibility of a connection between changeling stories and ASD. Changelings and … Continue reading

Broken Stories

Teaser of the interior art for B is for Broken. Art by Victoria Hoke.

The release date for B is for Broken is inching steadily nearer which means it’s time for me to start thinking of something fun to do to celebrate that launch. Obviously, I wanted to stick with the theme of ‘broken’ … Continue reading

Protect Me From What I Want

Holy whackado it’s Friday. Again. How did that happen so quickly?! Well, the good news therein is that I have a new post from the changeling mini-series I’m running here for Fae-tastic Friday. This post is brought to you by … Continue reading