Category Archives: Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue

Quick update

It’s been a hot minute since I’ve written anything here, but I have a good excuse. I’ve been pushing hard to get the last (please please please let it be the last) cover-to-cover editing pass finished – and it’s done! I sent it off for further review, and now… again… I wait. The ending of the book was significantly restructured,

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“It’s a dark fantasy/horror/urban fantasy/science fictiony thing…”

So, here’s something that keeps irritating me — I just haven’t gotten around to whinging about it yet. What freaking genre am I writing in? Early on, I always thought of There’s No Such Thing as Vampires as horror. No question, hands down, it’s horror. Right? Then someone else casually dropped the words “urban fantasy” into my delicate ears, and

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Unzip your head.

I was scrolling through Twitter the other day (I really should stop doing that… like, at all) and stumbled across someone who’d retweeted someone who’d retweeted someone who’d asked this question (paraphrasing): “What work of art made you want to tell stories?” My first thought was, “All of them.” Then I hesitated, and I realized that I’d cruised right by

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