I remember reading about fairies when I was younger and thinking how interesting it was that they were repulsed by iron. I think it’s because iron is such a common thing to us in this day and age. Forged iron is also, in my mind anyway, antithesis to nature. It’s a man-made thing, and I think I was enchanted by the idea of nature-faring creatures who can’t abide man-made goods.Continue reading
Sorry for disappearing. Writing has been hard
lately for a while. Like, I-want-to-enjoy-it-but-can’t-why-do-I-feel-dead-inside hard.
Wow, things went dark fast.
Seriously though, it’s been a struggle, and I’ve had to really work at finding my way back to writing joy.Continue reading
There’s something about household magic that I find particularly pleasing. Such magic was the inspiration for the Hearth discipline in Hazel and Holly. There’s just something about it that seems so… cozy. Familiar. Like freshly baked bread but with magic glitter and maybe a tricksy pixie or two.Continue reading
In celebration of Halloween, I thought it would be fun to share some creepy folklore tidbits. These are actually posts I shared on Facebook over at Crossroad Reviews when I was a featured author for a week, but I thought it would be fun to share here too.Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I always get excited when this time of year rolls around. September means it will soon be October. And October means falling leaves, misty mornings, and all the wonderful creepiness that comes with Halloween.
To celebrate this wonderful, witchy time of year, the lovely gals over at Women’s Radio Network had me as a guest on their radio program to talk about Hazel and Holly. This was a first for me, and it was pretty exciting. The interview is fairly short, so be sure to head over to WomensRadio and check it out!Continue reading
So, hey. Tomorrow (Aug. 29) I’m going to be taking over Young Entertainment Magazine’s Twitter account for two hours between 2-4pm EST. That’s 8-10pm Swedish time. Which is totally past my bedtime and interferes with my watching Star Trek the Next Generation episodes for the billionth time. But I guess you’ve got to make sacrifices sometimes, right? Continue reading