Heeey, 2019.

I started the New Year out by immediately getting grossly sick, so that really revved my engine up for resolutions and revolutions. Though, let's be honest: I tend to find the concept of resolutions a frustrating thing. Not because they're nonsense or anything, but because I think we all genuinely try our best throughout the... Continue Reading →

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Holiday Book Spotlight: Joy to the Worlds

What do you get when you mix mystery and speculative fiction, then toss in the holidays for good measure? A mobster Santa, genetic hanky-panky, Victorian villages, time-travelling detectives, Krampus, eerie bell spirits, and more–this collection of short cross-genre fiction is the perfect counterpoint to traditional holiday reading! This collection stars four authors, each with their... Continue Reading →

Book Spotlight: Williamsburg Hill

When history touches the present through an old ghost town, its cemetery, and an ancestral piece of furniture passed down through the ages, a story connecting two generations and eras unfolds. Chicago, 2015. One year after her divorce, Chicago antique dealer Rose Beecham suddenly acquires a beautiful 19th century dressing table at auction. Intending to... Continue Reading →

Diamond Marked, One Year Later

It's Midsummer, and that means Faerie, magick, maybe even a little Shakespeare if you're feeling saucy. It also means that the definitive edition of The Tale of El'Anret, Diamond Marked turns ONE! I wanted to get Diamond Marked out as close to King of Diamonds as possible, so that folks who wanted the paperback (and... Continue Reading →

Happy Midsummer's Eve! Tomorrow is a day full of sun and magick... and I can't believe it: the novella that ended the Tale of El'Anret is one year old today! Darkness has long been cast over El'Anret. While two diamond-marked Queens toil under the watch of the monstrous Alexandria, an awakening is happening-- one that... Continue Reading →

Review: Her Mourning Portrait

Spooky powerhouses Bhrel & Sullivan are at it again, this time with a romance-themed collection! Her Mourning Portrait is a brand-new set of short stories, just in time for Valentine's Day! Here's the official blurb: Her Mourning Portrait and Other Paranormal Oddities is the fifth anthology from Brhel & Sullivan. It is a collection of... Continue Reading →

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