These are things you can find on the web which are at least partially the product of my own imagination. Eventually I will, when I upgrade to a paid site, have separate pages for my different projects; for the time being, please pardon the length of this page. Just click on the title of anything to take a closer look at it. All links will open in a new window.
This is my project of which I am currently most proud. TGS is an epic fantasy young adult web novel, which is being published serially in the same vein as newspapers once published Dickens and Doyle. It's being hosted at JukePop Serials and is updated Sundays.
Young Tobiah is unexpectedly swept up into the quest of Lady Gray, a figure of legend and fear. Lady Gray and her companion, the surly warrior Sabastian, are on the hunt for twelve demons, known as shades, who have escaped into the world. Only she, bearer of the Graystone, can defeat the shades and return them to their place of imprisonment. Gradually, Tobiah begins to piece together the truth about the lady, whose history is as tragic as her fate.
I have two major loves in my life, apart from my husband. One is writing; the other is video games. At last I have combined the two by joining the team at IGM. We share news articles and game reviews for the indie gaming industry, and I don't mean to brag but we're kind of awesome at what we do. The actual magazine comes out at the beginning of each month, and is currently only available as a digital publication; it contains special industry news, developer interviews, and other goodies. Meanwhile, check the site daily (and be sure to also visit the sister site, Mobile IGM) for game reviews, announcements, and our weekly trivia contest to win promotional codes donated by indiegame companies.
This is my twice-weekly blog, at least in theory; I'm not as good at keeping up with it as I should be. Ideally it updates every Monday and Thursday, and I fill it with stories about, well, whatever it seems like a good idea to discuss. Sometimes I profile charity work done by various organizations. Sometimes I tell embarrassing stories from my own past. Sometimes I just complain. But whatever I'm saying, I try to be amusing.
This is a children's book I co-authored with a former neighbor, based on a Christmas play that used to happen every year at the Hess's Department Store in Allentown, Pennsylvania.