Book Review: ARCTIC DAWN by Karissa Laurel

Book Review: ARCTIC DAWN by Karissa Laurel

:: The heroine is done taking the back seat, and she’s done being a pawn. She is easy to root for. Author: Karissa Laurel, @KarissaLaurel Publisher: Red Adept Publishing, July 2016 Purchase Book: 2.99 ebook on date of publication of this review Note: I received...
Announcing: CHASING CHAOS out Today!

Announcing: CHASING CHAOS out Today!

:: As writers, we work so hard, and so much of that hard work is done alone and in private. And then one day rolls around—launch day, today—and it’s weird. Everything feels the same. It’s that magic day: my latest novel, CHASING CHAOS, comes out today. As...
Me, Trying to Explain OCD to my Husband…

Me, Trying to Explain OCD to my Husband…

:: Me, trying to explain my not-so-bad-all-things-considered* OCD to my loving husband after I burst into tears tonight over a lampshade. It’s not that I actually care about whether the lampshades are straight. I don’t even like that lamp. That’s a...
Priorities

Priorities

:: I’m just wondering if there isn’t space in this world for more than irony. And cruelty. I traveled by train to Washington, D.C., mid-week this week for work. Union Station in D.C. is under construction, but it is still a beautiful building. On Thursday,...
Accessibility is for Everybody (Part 3)

Accessibility is for Everybody (Part 3)

:: When you make your talk accessible, disabled people will know that this talk is one that anticipated their presence, that wanted their presence. Header Image Alt-Text: A photograph of a one-by-eight yellow lego piece held by a thumb and forefinger. The background...