I’m trying to do too many things in the space between semesters. I’m actually getting a lot done, but I’m being woefully bad at promoting everything. I’ve been relying on the cats at Promotion Central on Facebook, which really isn’t the best way to promote, because I’m neglecting all of you. Still, I’m adding the cats here, just to give them some equal time. This […]
Last week’s blog, “The People in Your Office,” sparked a lot of discussion on writer and reader websites. The comments section deals with both points of view as well. A lot of the comments have rattled around in my brain since the post went up. I love how Jonathan Moeller summarized one part of it: I really think that two of the keys for long-term […]
A few months ago, one of my favorite people and one of my favorite editors, Denise Little, contacted me to let me know she’s editing a brand new romance magazine. She wondered if I, or more specifically, Kristine Grayson, could contribute a story. Now, sadly, Grayson’s stories require me to be in a goofy mood, and last fall I was anything but goofy. (I’m […]
You know that famous mystery writer? The one whom death stalks wherever she goes? Turns out bad luck doesn’t cause death to follow her. She provokes it all—for a reason.
And this time, someone will stop her.
A student at a writing workshop has a secret agenda. Yes, she wants to become a bestseller. But first she must deal with the competition—in a wholly unexpected way.
“Murder, She Workshopped,” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only.
Or something like that. I mean, even I get tired of calling these news posts “News!” So, here’s a few things you might want to catch up on. First, WMG Publishing has put together a Diving Bundle. They’ve compiled six of the novellas from the Diving universe into one hefty ebook, and had me write an introduction. If you’ve read the first four Diving novels, […]
The Business Rusch: Careers, Critics, and Professors Kristine Kathryn Rusch I just spent forty-five minutes clicking through various websites on careers in the arts to doublecheck one of my assumptions from my past. When I graduated from high school, everyone I knew casually would have thought that I would have become a politician or a musician. My interests seemed to be in public speaking and […]