Faerie Winter has a new look—and new paperback and ebook editions! If you missed this sequel to Bones of Faerie the first time around, now is your chance to revisit Liza’s post-apocalyptic world and
Bones of Faerie is five years old this spring! I’d get all sentimental, only Liza isn’t really the sentimental sort, so instead here’s a Book Smugglers’ “Old School Wednesday” review.
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My short story “Drawing the Moon” is being adapted into a short film by Chelsea Garland–details on the movie’s facebook page. “Drawing the Moon” originally appeared in Bruce Coville’s Book
In the Albuquerque area? I’ll be reading at Alamosa Books’ Summer solstice party this Friday night at 7 p.m. The party itself begins at 5:30–do come! (And if you’re not
Sarah Johnson interviews me at Through the Tollbooth today about writing a trilogy, including discussion of writing exploratory drafts, crafting a character arc over multiple books, and researching the Bones
Hey, it’s less than two months until Faerie After‘s release! Here’s what Kirkus says about it: “With the faerie and mortal lands crumbling away, a teenage girl must work with
Thanks to Matociquala, I’ve been obsessively listening to Antje Duvekot’s music this week. This one in particular feels like a Bones of Faerie sort of song–I can listen to it
It’s been … well, longer than I thought … since I last did a review-and-interview roundup post. So! An interview with the Montgomery County Book Festival, where I’ll be February
Every single time I hear the phrase, “the Bones of Faerie trilogy,” it makes me smile. That is all.