Week In Review: March 4th

In Case You Missed it, here’s the round-up of all of my latest content, plus updates from old guests!

Read on if you want to know more. If not? See you next week with more writing tips and writerly musings.

Coming up this week:

On Youtube: Join me for my productivity live stream, Sundays at 4:30 EST. Come join a productivity sprint or two, or eat some snacks, (maybe both). You do you.

On Twitch: You can also join the live stream here.

Content Around The Web:

On Youtube:

  • Breaking A Story Hollywood Style Panelists share their own scriptwriting experiences, how scriptwriting equates to novel writing, what tools they’ve used, what doesn’t translate, and, of course, tips to work well in a writer’s room (Leave the ego!)

On the Podcast “Writing Tips and Writerly Musings”:

On The Blog (In Case You Missed It):

  • Breaking A Story Hollywood Style Panelists share their own scriptwriting experiences, how scriptwriting equates to novel writing, what tools they’ve used, what doesn’t translate, and, of course, tips to work well in a writer’s room (Leave the ego!)
  • Author Spotlight: Jan Foster – She’s an author, small business consultant, mother, landlady and frequently a sensible shoulder to cry on – not necessarily in that order! She’s sharing writing tips and more!

Upcoming Events:

April 29th-May 1st, you can find me at RavenCon in Richmond, VA. (3rd try’s the charm!)

May 27-30th, I’ll be back at Balticon in Baltimore, MD.

July 8-10th will be my return to Imaginarium Convention in Louisville, Kentucky.

What I’ve Been Reading:

Seanan McGuire’s latest Incryptid urban fantasy!

Spelunking Through Hell: A Visitor’s Guide to the Underworld

It’s been fifty years since the crossroads caused the disappearance of Thomas Price, and his wife, Alice, has been trying to find him and bring him home ever since, despite the increasing probability that he’s no longer alive for her to find.  Now that the crossroads have been destroyed, she’s redoubling her efforts.  It’s time to bring him home, dead or alive.
 
Preferably alive, of course, but she’s tired, and at this point, she’s not that picky.  It’s a pan-dimensional crash course in chaos, as Alice tries to find the rabbit hole she’s been missing for all these decades—the one that will take her to the man she loves.
 
Who are her allies?  Who are her enemies?  And if she manages to find him, will he even remember her at this point?
 
It’s a lot for one cryptozoologist to handle.

And, the latest Ghostwalker paranormal romance by Christine Feehan.

Phantom Game

Jonas “Smoke” Harper has watched his brothers find their perfect mates, never imagining he’d actually meet someone who complements every part of him—even the monster that lurks within. But his instant connection with Camellia goes far beyond wanting the intelligent, beautiful, and lethal woman in his bed. They are two parts of a whole, linked to each other and to a larger network that exists everywhere around them.
 
Camellia has lived on her own for a long time, relying on her unique psychic abilities to keep her safe. She knows that Jonas was literally made for her, and that makes their addictive connection more dangerous than a thousand enhanced super soldiers. Once the larger threat looming over them is dealt with she’s going to get far away as fast as she can. Life has taught her that the only one she can truly trust is herself.
 
Jonas can sense Camellia is going to run—and the hunter inside doesn’t want to let go. Not when he knows how good they’ll be together. So he’ll just have to use all of his considerable skills to convince her to stay….

New Works By Previous Guests:

Nothing this week, check back soon!


Picture(s) of the Week:

Catticus says ‘hi’! Despite being a playful snuggle-bug, we’ve been working on his aggression issues this week. Wish me luck.

2 Comments

    1. He is super cute a large majority of the time. I try to play with him to get him to use up his energy. I’ve picked up some feelaway pheromones to help calm him. And we’re going to be talking to the vet on Monday.

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