KidLit, viva Espana, etc

Misc notes…just finished the page proofs of my story in Animal Companions, “Eggs for Breakfast”, wherein I display my uncanny knack for writing as if I were a fourteen-year-old girl. Rest assured I am not now nor have I ever been a fourteen-year-old girl. Of course, I haven’t been an intelligent city, Satan incarnate, or any number of other characters I’ve written, so maybe this is okay. And of course, it’s fun to be in a book with and numerous other friends and acquaintances.

In the KidLit department, it has been pointed out to me that my short novel Rocket Science, coming out from Fairwood Press this August, is more-or-less a YA novel. Surprise, surprise…

And I’m told by BEM Online that the Spanish translation of my story “The Trick of Disaster” will be up on Wednesday, February 23rd at I look forward to perusing the adventures of Cavity the Clown in Spanish, a language I don’t happen to read. Luckily for me the story can be seen here in its original publication.

More hijinx to come, including a note to watch this space for the next big Frank-and-Jay idea for BayCon. We’re GoHs, and we’ve got a doozie in the pipeline.