While the manuscript of the first book in my new high fantasy trilogy is off with my fabulous beta readers, I’ve started a new project featuring a fan favorite from The Witch of Cheyne Heath series. The first of a series of novellas, it’s the origin story of a very, very old witch. I thought…
This mammoth playlist features some wonderful modern instrumental music that I listened to on repeat as I wrote Craftwork.
Though Millicent is a few years younger than Gosha, Gosha entertains hopes that she and Millicent might be friends. Unfortunately, the circumstance of their meeting sets that friendship off to a difficult start.
The Comet Club, stronghold of usurpers to the sainthood of Shadow and workplace of Johnny and Alfie, I pictured in my mind as a cross between the Bowery Ballroom in New York City, one of my favorite places to see live music, and the fabled Blitz Club of 1980s London.
Kate Bush is one of my all-time favorite performers.
Alfie Lester’s checkered past on the streets of Cheyne Heath has made him the perfect partner for Gosha.