A Little of This, A Little of That

Sometimes when I sit down to write a blog post, the idea is clear in my head. As soon as my fingers hit the keys, I let out a sigh and realize it is a chaotic mess. I attempt to get all the ideas down into one post and discover I need to break them … Continue reading A Little of This, A Little of That


Houston Fandemic Tour 2018

http://www.facebook.com/events/197665274257154/ Hoping to see familiar and new faces at this event! Comment below if you're going! For a chance to win a cool prize, find me there and take a selfie, post in the comments. (Must be present to win. Drawing held Saturday evening 20 min prior to end of day)

How to Design Evil: Human

WARNING: strong language within (sorry, I have a potty mouth when I'm excited or passionate about things) I get asked this question a lot. I want to state for the record, I'm not putting myself as the expert, but as a publisher it's time I put on my "big girl" panties and accept that I have an … Continue reading How to Design Evil: Human

Guest Blog: Mike Lane

#authors #amwriting #writingprompt #amreading A while back I was trying to do a full month of guest bloggers. Then I got sick. Really sick. I ended up with a full month of being back and forth in the hospital. Mike Lane wrote a story for that month and it's fantastic. I've decided to pick up where … Continue reading Guest Blog: Mike Lane

Small Press – Pro’s and Con’s

Many of you know I wear many hats. I'm an author, a book cover designer, and I also run a small press called Stitched Smile Publications. Our company is a wee toddler, and at the same time it feels like I've been doing this for years. I get a lot of questions from  authors, so … Continue reading Small Press – Pro’s and Con’s

Guest Post: Thomas Malafarina “Jacob’s Tree”

By Thomas M. Malafarina © 2018 Thomas M. Malafarina The old tree stood alone on an island of dirt in the middle of the corn field, the only tree remaining of the original crop of more than a dozen. The others had all died out over the years. This tree with its gnarled, twisted trunk … Continue reading Guest Post: Thomas Malafarina “Jacob’s Tree”

Guest Post: Jae Mazer

Feel the Death By Jae Mazer The rickety bus creaked and heaved, fumes vomiting from its tailpipe as it trembled down the old road. Mia and Sachia held on to each other, watching as the barren wasteland outside raced by the windows. “We’ll be there promptly, girls.” The driver’s voice was wet and wrapped in … Continue reading Guest Post: Jae Mazer