I just spent a week talking in-depth about fiction. We held our annual anthology workshop here at the Oregon Coast. We’re trying to come up with a new name for the workshop, because the “anthology” workshop is our personal shorthand. A lot of our workshops’ names are simply shorthand, because we haven’t spent enough time thinking about marketing the workshops. We kinda eased into teaching […]
Caro, once considered the most beautiful woman in the world, had a daughter with a relatively ugly magician. Caro’s daughter, unfortunately, inherited her father’s looks—and his magic. She uses that magic to help protect her beautiful mother, and famous women like her, from the snarkmeisters on red carpets everywhere.
But when a darker evil comes to light, Caro’s daughter fears her limited power might prove insufficient.
Can she stop the danger lurking in the shadows? Or will she find herself falling victim to its pull?
“Fashion and the Snarkmeisters,” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch is free on this website for one week only.
The Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Risks (Part One) Kristine Kathryn Rusch I know, I know. I had a plan and I’m not sticking to it. This is why I have become more and more unemployable as the years go by. I can’t even stick to my own plans, let alone plans someone else imposes on me. Of course, I respect deadlines, which is why I’ve been […]
I read a lot in December. Sadly, much of it wasn’t memorable. I checked my calendar (where I record what I read) to see if I had missed anything for the list—and was startled to see books that I barely remembered reading one week later. I’m also doing some very dishy research, so I’m reading a lot of salacious downmarket books from the 1950s, 60s […]