Flash Fiction: The Blood Lottery

Defiance at the Blood Lottery takes an unexpected turn.

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It’s been ages since I’ve participated in one of Chuck Wendig‘s flash prompts, but this week tossed a baited hook into the ol’ brain pond and trapped a rabid plot bunny. Last week Chuck asked his readers to give him titles. This week, he chose ten that struck his fancy, posted them up, and asked that we choose one and take it for a spin. This title hooked me hard and it was difficult not to go into a lot more detail than I did. This was a mean, vicious, evil plot bunny that I intend to nurture…er, no, no, I mean, lock away forever and ever. After this short. Yeah. That’s it. Continue reading “Flash Fiction: The Blood Lottery”

Rec a Series: London Steampunk

Rec a Series is a monthly post highlighting one of my favorite series, past or present. I’ve bounced around quite a bit on these series—romance, fantasy, paranormal—and this one is no different. We’re diving into romantic speculative fiction of an historical nature. Steampunk! Airships, automatons, Victorian fashions, vampires, werewolves…wait…what? This time, I’m rec’ing the London Steampunk series by Bec McMaster. Continue reading “Rec a Series: London Steampunk”

ECCC 2016 – A Recap

Ah, spring. Baseball, fickle weather, beautiful flowers, allergies…and conventions! Washington has outdone itself over the past month with some gorgeous weather. It almost seemed a shame to spend the weekend ensconced indoors, but there were people to see, money to spend, and Cards Against Humanity cards to collect from some of my favorite authors and artists as well as a few new-to-me ones. Here’s a rambling recap of our debut attendance of Emerald City ComiCon. Continue reading “ECCC 2016 – A Recap”