Space Opera Libretti: Modern Comedic Space Opera with Arias, edited by Brian McNett and Jennifer Lee Rossman, is now available! The problem with space opera is that there’s not enough opera in it, and certainly a dearth of coloratura diva sopranos in the third act. This anthology sets out to fix that by placing the … More Space Opera Libretti has landed!
I’m back after taking a short breather from writing. I was sad to miss two flash fiction challenges, but was happy to return for the last one in ’Nathan Burgoine’s 2018 monthly Flash Fiction Draw. And thank goodness, the genre was Comedy. The setting is a poppy field and the mandatory object was a broom. … More Broom Chicka-Wow-Wow
Because it’s fun to get campy! 😀 (Btw, I’m going to see about adding a voice-over to my trailers in future. Stay tooned!) You can purchase Life in the ’Cosm on Amazon and through renaissancebookpress.com! Please consider supporting this author in giving a voice to aliens who love cake.
Wow. I had no idea Viv was anything like that at 19. Never saw it coming! The quote above is not a beta-reader’s comment about my work-in-progress of The Stealth Lovers. Those are my words. Yeah, I know. But, but, but … how can an author react like this when she’s the one writing the story? Beats me, … More Am I an author or just an innocent bystander?
So, full disclosure: I received an e-ARC of this book from my publisher, in hopes I might give words of praise for it. Even before I met John Haas, and The Reluctant Barbarian had only been pitched to Renaissance at CanCon 2016, this book had me at the title. That would have been enough to intrigue … More The Reluctant Barbarian: Brilliantly Funny