Shall we play a game? November 2, 2016Posted by Elizabeth Schechter in Chessiecon, circlet, cover art, Drum Mage, easily amused writer, giveaway, Heart's Master, promotions, public displays of geekery, silly, upcoming work.
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No, not Global Thermonuclear War.
What we’ll be doing is more like a scavenger hunt.
Here’s the game: I’ll be at Chessiecon the weekend before the cover reveal blitz. I *will* have the cover art for Heart’s Master by then.
So come find me. Tell me The Magic Words ™, and I’ll not only give you a special sneak preview of the cover, I’ll give you a code for a free book from the Circlet catalog!
What are The Magic Words?
For that, you have to be following me on Twitter. I’ll post the Magic Words of the day every morning before I leave my room. Find me, whisper the words to me, and I’ll show you the cover art and give you your prize!
See you in a couple of weeks!
So… this happened. August 13, 2016Posted by Elizabeth Schechter in Burden of Truth, Counsel of the Wicked, easily amused writer, edits, Forbidden Fiction, forthcoming works, happy-happy- joy- joy, Haven's Fall, Rebel Mage, Release date, Rights Reversion, Self-publishing, SQUEEE, Ta-da, to-dos, upcoming books, upcoming work.
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I do not yet know when the awards will be announced. But yay!!!!
In other news, Burden of Truth has been retitled. It is now Haven’s Fall, and it is with the line editor. I’ve been told that I’ll have edits back soon, and we’re shooting for a November release.
I’ve seen the cover, and it’s AWESOME. And that’s all I can tell you, so there. NYAH!!!
Sins of the Father is coming along, and is so far off outline that I can’t see the original route from here. I’m fairly certain that it will still end up in the same place, but instead of my original map, I’m taking the scenic back roads. Which have been educational — I never would have figured out that THAT character was the ultimate big bad otherwise. (Seriously, this one character has been thumbing their nose at me for two and a half books now.)
And in other, other news, I’ve found out that one of my publishers is closing their doors, and will be reverting rights. They’re being very lovely and generous about the whole thing, and even including cover art in the reversion. I’m sorry to see them go. But just when I think I’m out of the self-publishing gig…
An eventful day! April 16, 2014Posted by Elizabeth Schechter in Bisexual Book Awards, easily amused writer, Good news, KermitArms, mind blown, reviews, Sable Locks, Tales from the Arena.
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First, I found this fantastic review of both House of Sable Locks and Tales from the Arena: Opening Gambit. I particularly like the reference to the House as “a… Victorian BDSM Disneyland.”
Then… I found out that House of Sable Locks is a finalist for Best Bisexual Erotica in the Bisexual Book Awards!
(Is it petty for my second reaction to be “Take that, RITAs!” Second reaction because my first was “Holy crap, I finalled!”)
Enter ALL the contests! January 8, 2014Posted by Elizabeth Schechter in a-writers-life-is-never-dull, can't stop the signal, contest, easily amused writer, never-in-million-years, Sable Locks.
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You know, it seems that I have this little steampunk novel that just might be eligible. If, you know, someone wanted to nominate it.
A certain movie… October 28, 2013Posted by Elizabeth Schechter in annoyance, bigotry, deep thoughts, easily amused writer, Ender's Game.
So… here’s a suggestion. Go. Go see the movie. Enjoy it. (Let me know how it is. I’m not interested in going. I’m waiting for Thor and the next Hobbit movie.)
Then… donate the cost of your ticket to FCKH8, or some other QUILTBAG organization.
AND do it in HIS name.
If enough people do it, then his head just might explode…
Edited because it has been pointed out to me that one of the organizations I originally suggested isn’t as positive as I’d previously thought.
We can haz Squirrels! July 16, 2012Posted by Elizabeth Schechter in easily amused writer, wildlife.
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Two of them, to be precise. They come and raid our birdfeeder, which I don’t mind, since it keeps them out of my tomatoes and away from my pineapple.
J has decided that they are both named Poppin Cassius. Because he wants to name them both Poppin, and I think the thin one should be Cassius. The fat one is Poppin. He actually LIVES in our yard. Cassius comes over the wall to have lunch, and he stays only long enough for Poppin to chase him away.
This is Cassius. He has a notched ear.
He thinks too much:
No pics of Poppin yet.