Today in 1888, the mystery of Jack the Ripper began in earnest.
Most of us can remember sitting in front of our teachers as little kids, eagerly listening to a story. We were each enveloped in our own way, but occasionally, we'd glance around and share the moment with our classmates-- the excitement, the shock, the happy ending. After all, storytellers have been wowing our civilizations as... Continue Reading →
Happy National Book Lovers Day! Today, I'd like to share some of my favorite quotes about books, reading, and literature itself, to celebrate!
G'morning everyone, and happy First Harvest of the year/Lammas/Lughnasadh! We're creeping ever closer to Fall, and I AM SO READY FOR IT. Before long, I'll be seeing the Big Kid back to school! Anyway. I popped in to let you guys know I'll be taking a quick vacation for the rest of the week! I... Continue Reading →
Hey guys! So. The big changes I'm writing about today are less about content, and more about brand shift: my website will be transitioning a little to accommodate works under both Melody Klink and newcomer nom de plume, Mavvy Claire! Mav, like maverick, vee like the letter. Claire. 🙂 I can't wait to show you... Continue Reading →
These dates Constantly timestamped in my head A history A trajectory Of dread and doom No need of Friday the 13th My superstitions live these two dates Over and over again. These days are made of loss And grief. They are made of stolen cars And thieved-away spirits. These days a dark blip in an... Continue Reading →
Wooooooooooo. So the internet is already ablaze with about nine billion other things, but hey, let's add some more shenanigans! Earlier this month, a Twitter user posted this gem of a statement, aimed at Disney, LucasArts, and especially the new overseer for the Star Wars films, Kathleen Kennedy, along with director for The Last Jedi,... Continue Reading →
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 →