Welcome to the end of another week, and another FIVE FOR FRIDAY interview! This week I welcome A.B. Finlayson to the table to talk about an idea he had over 20 years ago, a murder spree at the North Pole, drinks with the departed, and his novel, THE BOOK AND THE BLADE. Click CONTINUE READING below to check it out!
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FIVE FOR FRIDAY: Five Questions for Kassandra Flamouri!
Welcome to the end of another week, and another FIVE FOR FRIDAY interview! This week I welcome Kassandra Flamouri to the table to talk about the parallels between writing music and writing fiction, celebrating Greek Independence Day, and her latest book, MAGISSA. Click CONTINUE READING below to check it out!
REVIEW: SEDITION, by E.M. Wright
Taryn understood the plight of the biomaton. They were slaves, humans who needed clockwork parts in order to survive. Their modified bodies somehow made them less than human, and that was the part she did not understand. Why weren’t they human? What did losing a limb and having it replaced have to do with one’s humanity?
Taryn Roft lives with a secret she doesn’t even fully understand herself. After barely surviving a fire as a child, her arm was replaced with a clockwork prosthesis. She is a biomaton. She is also missing six years’ worth of memories between the fire and finding herself on the streets of London. What she can’t remember could change the world.Continue reading
The Nightshade Cabal is a Crime Writers of Canada Awards of Excellence Finalist!
My debut novel The Nightshade Cabal has been named a finalist for the Crime Writers of Canada Awards of Excellence ‘Best Crime First Novel’ award!Continue reading
Ask Me Anything on Friday, Jan 29th!
This Friday on Reddit my publisher, Parliament House Press, is doing an Ask Me Anything event as part of r/Fantasy’s Small Press Friday spotlight series.Continue reading
Magic, Mechanics, and All Things Steampunk: a discussion with Chris Patrick Carolan, C.W. Snyder, and E.M. Wright
Last month, in concert with the Miami Book Fair, I had the chance to sit down (digitally, of course) with fellow Parliament House Press writers C.W. Snyder and E.M. Wright along with moderator Malorie Nilson to discuss our steampunk worlds. If you missed it live, hit READ MORE to check out the replay of our conversation.Continue reading
Now you can put The Nightshade Cabal in your ears!
I just wanted to stop by and share the news that my first novel, The Nightshade Cabal, has just been released as an audiobook. It’s a paranormal steampunk murder mystery set in 1880s Halifax, and my narrator Dean Ruple did an absolutely fantastic job of bringing the story to life!
The Year that Was (and Wasn’t)
Well, it’s the end of November 2020, and I haven’t updated this site in far too long. I don’t need to tell you the last eleven months have been a year and a half, to say the least, so here’s a bit of what I’ve been up to since I last updated here.Continue reading