Well, this March looked just like winter! But, if you look closely, you can see the snow covering our boat … Continue Reading What Spring Looks Like in Maine…
Wow, did I have mixed feelings about this one. I enjoyed a lot of aspects of Harris’s thoughtful, creative re-imagining … Continue Reading Book Review: The Gospel of Loki by Joanne M. Harris
This past weekend was Maine Maple Sunday, so we took the kids out to visit a maple syrup farm! Yes, … Continue Reading Drinking the Blood of the Trees…
Sarah at The Critiquing Chemist just posted a review of The Trickster’s Lover! “The Trickster’s Lover surprisingly blew away any expectations … Continue Reading “Unapologetically hooked me from the beginning”
Since Monday was the first day of spring, it seems like an auspicious time to do a “story behind the … Continue Reading The Story Behind the Story: Persephone Remembers the Pomegranates
As I wrote here, my New Year’s Resolution was simple. Get Rejected! I pledged to submit more stories, more often, … Continue Reading Rejection Update!
Studying ancient Norse mythology is supposed to be hard. No one warned Caroline it would be life or death. The … Continue Reading The Trickster’s Lover is EVERYWHERE!
I’ve got 50 philosophy essays to grade, an entire novel to revise so I can start the editing process, and … Continue Reading Hey, Baldr!
When I was 12 or so, a copy of The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm found its way into … Continue Reading Book Review: Cautionary Tales by Emmanuelle de Maupassant
Have I got a surprise for you! The fabulous Teresa Conner gave The Trickster’s Lover a total makeover. Check out … Continue Reading New Cover Reveal!
I blogged a bit about my second novel in January. Currently, I’m slogging through the revision process (and getting that much closer to … Continue Reading Sneak Peek at The Wolf’s Lover
Some of this story is true… * It’s a great house, really. A split level Cape Cod, three bedrooms and … Continue Reading New House