Category: Writerly Things

Half a Million Words of Immortals Smut

In case it’s unclear… The following message is NOT about picture books. # LOVERS NAUGHT (Book 3 of the Lost Angeles series) is now available on Kindle, with a print version soon to drop. All three books are available via Kindle Unlimited, so if you’re a Prime Member, there’s never been a better time to…
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August 11, 2018 0

The tiny elephant will be on television…

The French translation of STRICTLY NO ELEPHANTS will be part of Season 2 of the children’s program Yétili! Congratulations, INTERDIT AUX ÉLÉPHANTS! It looks so. very. Muppety! <3


March 17, 2018 0

Ix-nay On Wishing For More Wishes

In the world of publishing, all good things take time. Sometimes a LOT of time. Like that fruitcake your grandma would bake at Thanksgiving for Christmas consumption… Like fruitcake, I am also nutty.  Probably because I have been sitting on this news since just before NCTE… Thrilled to say that it will be illustrated by…
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March 16, 2017 0

Cover Reveal: Someday, Narwhal

So, say you loved STRICTLY NO ELEPHANTS. Especially the parade of unusual friends and pets coming together to make a clubhouse where everyone is welcome. Say you noticed the narwhal in the fishbowl rolling along in her little red wagon. And say that little narwhal got a book of her very own. Coming this fall…
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February 2, 2017 0

Narwhal Spin-Off!

The news upon which I hath sat since the day the tiny elephant book debuted: YES. The tiny narwhal in the fish bowl at the end of STRICTLY NO ELEPHANTS is getting her own story! And you know what that means… I now have a legit excuse to buy all things narwhal. <3


April 20, 2016 0

Add some magic to your winter…

So thrilled to announce that my short story, “The Dressmaker,” appears in this issue of Faerie Magazine. Issue #33 features an interview with Isabel Allende, an original fairy tale (and knit) from Alice Hoffman and Lisa Hoffman, a magical story from Lisa Mantchev, a Prague fairy tale spread with Baba Studio, a piece on old-time…
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December 2, 2015 0