It’s been awhile since I did a Mythos Monday post. Mostly because I’ve been not just up to my eyeballs, but over my head with edits. Fortunately, though, edits for Kissed by Darkness are done and turned in, ready for Montlake Romance to republish. I didn’t think this book could get any better, but I really think it has.
Kissed by Fire edits will be starting shortly, but in the meantime I’m having a little breather. Between showing a friend around London and a short visit to Paris this week, I’m writing a short story for the Eclective’s next collection (out in June). Not only that, but I actually have a little time to blog. So, I’m talking Grimm.
Three mental patients, two loaded guns, one stolen car and a whole lot of trouble…
Now there’s a tagline that oughta make you sit up and pay attention. But what does it have to do with survival, you ask?
I’m on my last round of edits for the Montlake version of Kissed by Darkness and I’m pretty sure my eyeballs are bleeding. It’s been a challenge for sure, but I’ve learned a heck of a lot and my book is going to be even better for it. Morgan Bailey is tougher, sexier, and even funnier. HUZZAH!
In honor of yet ANOTHER trip to the dentist, I thought I’d post what is quite possibly one of the FUNNIEST videos ever. So, put down your tasty beverage and prepare to howl …
A couple of my friends, Heather Marie Adkins (writing as Nolia McCarty) and Julia Crane have teamed up to write a fantastic new novel called Eternal Youth. I was able to catch up with the ladies over virtual coffee and find out a little be more about magic, collaboration, and the quest for Eternal Youth.
Fountain of Youth by Eduard Veith - National Geographic
1. What do you love most about the story and characters in Eternal Youth?
J: My favorite part is traveling aspect of the book, as well as the search for the elusive Fountain Of Youth. I’ve always been fascinated with the legend. Of course, the older I get, the more I’d like to find it on my own…
This week I’m up to my eyeballs in edits PLUS I’m having a root canal done, so I’m cheating (Yes, AGAIN) by posting this hilarious skit from Mitchell and Webb.
It’s all about the grammar …
Before you ask, no. I’ve never shot anyone for saying “expresso.” Though I’ve been tempted. VERY tempted.
Happy Friday everyone! And I’ll see ya on the flip side.
I think it’s important to know what your true odds of survival are should there be a zombie outbreak. I mean, you want to know if you should fire up the old chainsaw or forget about it and head to the nearest liquor store, right?
”I hold that it is none of my business what people think of me. ” – Ashley Judd
I’d already put together a post for today, when I stumbled across a post by actress Ashley Judd . It was a post so important, so moving, that I felt I MUST share it.
It’s something every person should read. It’s a topic which must be talked about. It’s something that, in my opinion, needs to change in our culture. And it needs to change NOW.
Before we get stuck into today’s post, why don’t you hop on over to The Eclective blog for a super smexy video review of Books That Don’t Suck.
And now, onto the mythos.
My trip to Tenby, Wales continues to inspire me. Despite being eyeball deep in edits for Kissed by Darkness (Pretty sure my Montlake editor – bless her socks – is half demon and half genius), I’m working on a short story which will be in The Eclective’s latest anthology due out in June. And who should make an appearance in said short story, but the fabulous Welsh goddess of love herself, Branwen!
Having mad World of Warcraft skills or winning Wheel of Fortune isn’t going to help you in the apocalypse. But when you’re bleeding to death from a gunshot wound or your best friend just severed a limb with a machete, First Aid might come in handy.