Revenants Abroad – Cover Art

The fabulous, amazing cover, created by the incredibly talented and apparently psychic Jason Juta. He nailed it, this is just perfect, exactly what I wanted. I can't thank Jason enough. It exceeds my wildest expectations and even for me helps give life to the characters. If all goes according to plan (haha) the book should … Continue reading Revenants Abroad – Cover Art

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The Next Big Thing Blog Hop

The lovely and darkly delicious Anne Michaud has tagged me for a fun blog hop, to talk a little about current WIP. She in her turn was tagged by Linda Bloodworth. So here are The Roolz: Use this format for your post
. Include an introduction to your interview post and a link to the person … Continue reading The Next Big Thing Blog Hop

I have to see if Andrej would approve…

But this is the direction I'm thinking of going with the dollhouse: This is the Bennett house, from brinca dada.  Go check them out and look at all the different views. It's what I imagine Frank Lloyd Wright would have done if he'd done dollhouses. Unfortunately, it's not the 1:12 scale that the sofa and … Continue reading I have to see if Andrej would approve…

Prague in Winter

Ok, I'm still screwing around, not writing, but I had to share this. My Prague obsession is fully in place and getting a boost from this. Karen Mahoney of Baba Studio and Magic Realist Press in Prague, creators of the Bohemian Gothic Tarot, Victorian Romantic Tarot, Bohemian Cats Tarot, etc.,  posted this on their Facebook … Continue reading Prague in Winter

Around the World in Ossuaries

:::Dons smoking jacket, sits in overstuffed chair looking pompous and important with unlighted pipe because I don't actually smoke::: Today, I'd like to talk about ossuaries. What's an ossuary? you ask. And well you might. An ossuary is a some kind of container or building used to store the bones of the deceased. Sometimes it's … Continue reading Around the World in Ossuaries

Prague’s Off-Limits Baroque Library

Talk about your book porn! Gaze on this: The man in the photo is Jeffrey Martin and the camera you see behind him was used to take nearly 3000 shots in this room over the course of five days, which were then assembled into a 360º panoramic view of the inside of this library, the … Continue reading Prague’s Off-Limits Baroque Library

600 Years of the Clocktower in Prague

Anything Prague is on my radar these days, as most of you know, but you ALL need to see this mind-blowing artform. Click the text or the photo to go to Tor.com's site with the video. It's about nine minutes long and there is sound. It’s called video mapping. Macula’s site is unfortunately all in … Continue reading 600 Years of the Clocktower in Prague