My Heroes Have Sometimes Been Cowboys

The first grown-up movie I ever saw in a theater was The Cowboys, starring John Wayne. It came out in 1972, so I would have been eight years old. My dad has always been a die-hard Wayne fan (oh, the raging fights we've had about McClintock!), and in those days, first-run movies didn't hang around … Continue reading My Heroes Have Sometimes Been Cowboys

The Dark Lady – a freebie for Pride Month

In honor of Pride Month 2019, here's a short story I wrote for a 2016 anthology Falstaff Books put together to raise money for LGBTQ support and awareness. Get your copy of the full anthology HERE. In my story, a transgender woman who found herself as a boy actor at Shakespeare's Globe makes peace with … Continue reading The Dark Lady – a freebie for Pride Month

ConCarolinas 2019!

It's that time of year again - ConCarolinas is back, and I'll be there! I only consistently show up for one fandom and writing convention a year, and ConCarolinas in Charlotte, North Carolina, is it. And this year's slate of guests and events is particularly excellent. The people in charge have worked their collective cabooses … Continue reading ConCarolinas 2019!

Because I need distraction, and maybe you do, too.

This has been an awful week, and now that I've expressed my outrage until I'm sick of the sound of my own voice, I'm looking around for things to make me forget reality entirely. I wrote my latest, Guinevere's Revenge, in exactly that spirit. It's an extremely light-hearted romantic mystery--Agatha Christie plus P.G. Wodehouse minus … Continue reading Because I need distraction, and maybe you do, too.