Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Yes they do. And you can read all about it in my story on Good Choice Reading today.
If you've read Otherkin, you'll recognize the characters. In my own little timeline of events, this story takes place just before Dez arrives at Morfael's school.
There's also a giveaway you can enter to win my book! And a bigger contest to win a free Kindle and $25 gift card. Go here to see all the fabulous authors posting for Halloween and to enter the big contest.
Now that's a treat!
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
This is a story about death, and cats, and how things go.
Miss Kitty died last week. She was the feral cat whose kittens I rescued, then had spayed, then fed and greeted daily for over 13 years. The story of her death is sad and a little gross and ends up okay at the end. Well, as okay as these sorts of stories go. So don't say you haven't been warned.
I didn't name her Miss Kitty. About five neighbors ago, the very nice man next door helped me buy a humane cat trap and we trapped and neutered a bunch of stray cats in the area. He's the one who called the skinny black girl cat with a little white on her chest, "Miss Kitty." The name stuck.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
I've been so busy proofing pages of Othermoon, writing guest blog posts, and, well, working for a living, that I haven't blogged much lately. But you should know one of the things I did was write up a scene using characters from my books for Halloween!
Yes, the otherkin go trick or treating.
This is all thanks to the Halloween Character Booktacular, created by A Book Lovers Review and Good Choice Reading, with featured blogs: Books With Bite, The Book Reaper, and Once Upon a Twilight.
You can win any number of fabulous books in the giveaways, or even a Kindle and a $25 gift card! Swag-a-riffic!
Today, for example, writer Cylin Bus has a scene up involving her characters in a Halloween setting on The Book Reaper here. Every day a cool spooky scene shows up on one of these blogs, featuring your favorite paranormal book characters doing something Halloweeny. Tomorrow, my fellow Apocalypsie, Gretchen McNeil has a cool scene going up on Books With Bite.
My own post will go up Oct. 23 on A Book Lover's Review. I'll alert you again on that day. Until then, enjoy all the other fabulous Halloween fun.
Also, don't forget that October is the month of All Hallow's Read, a movement started by Neil Gaiman in which you give a friend (or a stranger) a scary book to read for Halloween. Neil explains it all, below:
I'll be giving a recommendation for a book to give for All Hallows Read when it comes out officially - next Tuesday!