Heather Morris's novel based on a real couple who survived three years in Auschwitz should be an emotionally powerful story. It should wring you out as a reader. It should hollow you out with horror and sorrow, and keep a trickle of love and hope steadily dripping into that wounded space until you can't help… Continue reading Review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz
Instead of writing, I've been packing for a move. I took Friday off to shoot, bbq, and fire.
A long time ago I met my favorite author, Mercedes Lackey, and her husband and artistic collaborator Larry Dixon at a convention in Minneapolis. By the Sword has been my favorite book of all time (yes, even over LOTR) since it came out, and I stood in line until my legs and back ached in… Continue reading The Other Side of the Table