Tag Archives: science fiction and fantasy novels

Immortal warriors don’t take orders. They take over. #scifi

Imagine immortal warriors who spend eternity alone, watching mortal friends age and die, century after century, thousands of years on end, battling untold wars. Recalling lovers brings such pain, it’s better to forget. Why would anyone want to go on? … Continue reading

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Details, details. Ritual is everything #scifi

When I decided to write about the immortal warrior Pietas, who’s been the villain in several of my books, I thought he might have issues with details. You know, the type that makes you adjust and readjust a picture, straighten … Continue reading

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Mask? Hey, Bringer of Chaos. What’s up with that? #scifi

The Bringer of Chaos hero wears a black mask painted on his face. It covers his eyes, up to and over the eyebrows. Why? What’s with the mask? When I started writing about Pietas, the hero of Bringer of Chaos: the … Continue reading

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Scintillating Sweetness: Meet the Antonello Brothers #scifi #4thofJulyRomance

Meet the Scintillating Antonello Brothers (sweet Scifi Romance) Scintillating defined: briliantly clever, having flashes of brilliance, sparkle, marked by high spirits or excitement. Wow does that ever fit these guys, not to mention this awesome blog hop! Welcome to the Scintillating 4th … Continue reading

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Writing emotions without “telling” #books #amreading

It’s easier writing emotions when you can just say what the character feels. We’ve all read books where the writer tells us exactly what the main character likes about another person. “He liked her pretty smile. He liked the way … Continue reading

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I embrace chaos #Excerpt from Human Perfect #99cents #scifi

Human Perfect has a new cover that better fits the story. The line “I embrace chaos” is central to the entire story. Christa hates androids. The texture of plastiflesh skin and the non-smell of the animate machines jars her senses. … Continue reading

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