I mean, not entirely. You can see that I’ve brought many of the old posts with me from the old website, though I did clean those out, since there was a lot of old news and vague, unfocused rambling from the days when it was just a blog and not… Continue reading
Carmen Fox REPRESENTATION MATTERS – Fiction without boundaries I’m white, have no major disability to speak of, I don’t belong to any religion, and I’m as straight as a ruler. What do I know about diversity, right? I have never been stopped for driving while being black, haven’t had the… Continue reading
Representation matters. I’m sure you’ve heard that before, reader, whether the statement is personally meaningful to you or not. If it is, please take this as an expression of solidarity. If it is not, please take this as a window into someone else’s reality. This is going to be the… Continue reading
I am a participant in The Virtual Book Fair. The event is live November 12-21. For more information, check out the event at https://www.facebook.com/events/927569970656592/ or just head over to The Virtual Book Fair page right here on the blog! Welcome, and thanks for visiting. I’m M.R. Graham, author of the… Continue reading
An excellent weekend, my friends, and the first opportunity I’ve had to sell The Mora and The Siren at a convention. There was a mad Tom Baker, the requisite Deadpool, two magnificent villainesses, and… some Hammer guy. I hear he’s a real jerk. One last day! Here goes.
Dear readers, it is a time for gifts and giving. Elizabeth Barone has assembled a questionable posse of gift-giving authors, including myself. Take a look at what they have to offer. I received something unexpected, this Christmas season, and if you’ll read all the way to the end, I have… Continue reading
Yeah, so I actually missed the last day of the blog hop. Things came up, and I had everyone else’s posts scheduled, but never got around to mine. This is my remembrance. It’s been nearly two years ago that Grandpa passed. That was the worst time of my life. I… Continue reading
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I came, I saw, I AggieCon’quered. It was my intention to do daily AggieCon posts, but I think I overestimated my stamina. I smiled, and I talked to people, and it was just more than I could take; I passed out pretty much as soon as the dealer’s room closed… Continue reading