Monthly Archives: June 2011
My two-year-old is bilingual. He speaks English, as well as a foreign language of his own creation. He’s remarkably fluent in the latter, though the majority of what he says is understood by no one except for God and his … Continue reading
There’s a huge difference between point of view and points to view, isn’t there? The inestimable Sue McLarty at Cookie’s Book Club just pulled off a review of The Shadow at the Gate and an interview with me at the … Continue reading
Wrote this song a while back. It has some rough edges, but I still like it. Kinda like an old pair of favorite jeans.
Josh Addessi, the artist who did the cover for The Shadow at the Gate, is sending me sketches for the cover of The Wicked Day. He’s a great illustrator and I’m pretty excited to see where he’s going with the … Continue reading
I’m sick in bed with the flu. It’s rather humbling how the small things that don’t go our way, such as the flu, are quick to alter one’s mood. I’m no saint, that’s for sure, and the flu ably points … Continue reading
Actually, I’m not a woohoo type of person. I’ve been accused (correctly) of being poker-faced (even though I do not play poker) and guarded with my emotions. I steer clear of psychologists as I’m certain they would view me as … Continue reading
I was fiddling around with a different style of top-crust on Friday and came up with this. Inspired by geometry class from a long, long time ago. If you’re curious, this is a small, four-inch blueberry pie. It no longer … Continue reading