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The Best Spooky Middle Grade Audiobooks for Family Car Trips
About a month ago, I got an email from Shepherd Books, a Goodreads-alternative website (we all want a Goodreads-alternative website, right?) that lets authors create a list of five recommended books on any topic that they think their readers will … Continue reading
New adult short story!
I am incredibly excited to announce that my new short story, #BloodBossBabes, has appeared as episode 676 of PodCastle! PodCastle has been a dream market of mine for roughly ever, so I’m happy to see my horror satire there. You … Continue reading
Virtual Mother Ghost Storytime on Friday, March 27th!
We’re all stuck inside, and the Maryland Superintendent of Schools just announced that isn’t changing any time soon. It’s the right call, but I’m crawling up the walls, and I’m sure you are, too. Fortunately, a ton of free resources … Continue reading
Two MOTHER GHOST readings in Baltimore!
It’s that time of year again–I’ll be reading Mother Ghost not once, but twice on Saturday, October 19th! One reading is in the morning and the other is in the afternoon, so no matter when your little monster naps, you … Continue reading
When You Can’t Write Every Day
I recently reread On Writing by Stephen King. I owe this book a tremendous debt; not only did it give me a treasure trove of writing gems that have stuck with me since the first reading (“Don’t say you can’t … Continue reading
It’s . . . been a minute, hasn’t it?
So. You know what cuts into blogging time? Babies. Babies cut into blogging time. Even when they’re adorable little babies who can be posed to look like Steve Harrington from Stranger Things. I mean, I’m very protective of my kids’ … Continue reading
. . . and now it’s in stock!
Thank you so much to everyone who waited patiently while supply caught up with demand! Mother Ghost is officially in stock at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, Target, and more! For my fellow Baltimore/Washington area residents, I’m hoping to hold a book … Continue reading
Hello! I’ve moved!
Various web hosting issues with both Weebly and HostGator have forced me to remake my website from the ground up. The short version: Weebly essentially forces you to sign a contract with them in blood, so all of my old … Continue reading