Open Submissions: Hodderscape

Got a science fiction/fantasy novel that's more or less ready to pitch? Hodderscape, the SFF branch of the publisher Hodder & Stoughton, is accepting unagented submissions between August 3 and 16: Open Submissions: The Guidelines! | Hodderscape They even mention in the comments that it doesn't have to be finished. (Although goodness gracious, that sounds … Continue reading Open Submissions: Hodderscape

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Book Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

I read this ages ago, but hey. Let's talk about YA tropes, through the lens of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. My complete review is on Goodreads. Like always, I'm not going to duplicate the review here. Instead, I'm going to wax philosophical. Bear with me. So, I read Miss Peregrine's a while ago, … Continue reading Book Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Esoteric Wildlife – Now Available on Triptych Tales!

Woo! I sold my third short story to Triptych Tales last month. (They're also super-duper fast, so it's already available online! It's been up since Sunday, actually. I've just been too sick to celebrate.) I generally write YA fantasy and/or Victoriana, so, it's slightly unusual that this is a contemporary urban fantasy set in Oregon. … Continue reading Esoteric Wildlife – Now Available on Triptych Tales!

A Long-Forgotten Memory: Now appearing in Parsec Ink’s “Triangulation: Parch” anthology

I only learned this last night! I sold my second short story "A Long-Forgotten Memory," a little while ago. I just learned that it was published last week in Parsec Ink's Triangulation: Parch anthology. The anthology's available on Amazon. It gets better! Parsec Ink runs both a contest and a magazine, and authors were allowed … Continue reading A Long-Forgotten Memory: Now appearing in Parsec Ink’s “Triangulation: Parch” anthology