No, that’s not a typo. I’m speaking about Canadian author Madona Skaff, not the recording artist. This post is way overdue, too. I just have to tell the world how this amazing human has impacted my life since late 2015. She told me to enjoy the journey. When I met Madona, it was at the … More Why I Should Listen to Madona More Often
I’m probably one of the oddest people I know. So, yesterday, while I was working on the retooling of my 25-year-old WIP, I realized I had a lot of aliens who resembled humans. And that felt weird. In my ’Cosm series, I have people who don’t look like humans. Maybe Noola and Stewart are the … More Aliens who resemble humans…huh.
If you follow me on Twitter (@CaitGAuthor), you’d have noticed how I’ve been tweeting with the #25YearOldWIP hashtag this past week. That’s because I was looking through my file manager and came across the first manuscript I’ve ever completed. You know, the kind of work you really shouldn’t show to anyone because it’s so awful? … More Erm…a funny thing happened when I stumbled upon a 25-year-old manuscript.
So, the final ballot for the Prix Aurora Awards was just released. Although my individual short stories didn’t make it into the Short Fiction category, We Shall Be Monsters (edited by Derek Newman-Stille and published by Renaissance) is nominated for Best Related Work! This is pretty awesome because my story, The Hilltop Gathering, is in … More Holy Aurora! I’ve some Franken-news!
The fantabulous Nathan Fréchette from Renaissance and I collaborated once again, and I’m so happy with the result. The greyscale version of the cover is already out in print as a promo at the back of MJ Lyons’ Murder at the World’s Fair, so, as Xax would say: What the hay? I figured I might … More Oh, what the hay? Here’s the full-colour cover reveal for The Stealth Lovers.