Friday, August 29, 2014
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Monday, August 18, 2014
So, I'm pegging away at the new novel. I've had to elaborate on my scrawled map from when I was writing Starry River of the Sky so that the geography matches with that book as well as Where the Mountain Meets the Moon.
My big dream is that three books are put in a box set and I can include a beautifully drawn map! But I guess I should really just dream of finishing this book, first...
Friday, August 15, 2014
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Rain Dragon's plants haven't died but show no signs of flowers:
But there are plenty of vegetables in the other garden, albeit still green and unripe:
But that doesn't stop Rain Dragon from naughtily picking them:
And feeding them to the dragon:
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Q: Are diverse books really that important? When I was a child, I didn't see (fill in the blank) and I'm just fine!
I attempt to add to Janice's response and answer another question with this post that I did for The BookPeople in Austin, TX to support their Modern First Library program.
Here is an excerpt:
...it’s hard to miss something that you didn’t know could’ve existed. In my book, Starry River of the Sky, I write about the legend of the Moon Lady who can grant your most secret wish. It can be a wish so secret that you, yourself, might not even know you have it. But when she grants your wish, when your most secret wish comes true, it is a revelation.
That is what diverse books are. They are the wishes that many readers don’t know they have. They are for the readers who finally see themselves...Read the rest HERE!