I'm absolutely thrilled that the Historical Novel Society has chosen The Woman With Two Shadows as an Editors' Choice!
Less than two months until The Woman With Two Shadows is out! If you're looking for something to do while waiting for your pre-order to arrive, why not head over to my new events page?
I'll be adding more events as we get closer to publication day, so stay tuned!
Goodreads is giving away advance copies of The Woman With Two Shadows to 25 lucky people! You can enter until April 30 here.
I wrote about one weird tip you may not have heard about that will significantly up your driving skills: using your turn signals! Check it out on Slackjaw Humor.
For the Craft Industry Alliance, I recently wrote some easy tips to increase your newsletter sign ups! Read more here.
I'm very pleased to reveal the cover of my debut novel The Woman With Two Shadows, coming July 26 from Sourcebooks!
For fans of ATOMIC CITY GIRLS and THE SECRETS WE KEPT, a fascinating debut historical novel of one of the most closely held secrets of World War II and a woman caught up in it when she follows her missing sister to the mysterious city of Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Click here to preorder The Woman With Two Shadows now!
I'm so excited to be a guest on Jake Farrington & Katelyn Woolcott's hilarious podcast GIVE ME THAT D to discuss the Halloween classic Phantom of the Megaplex!
This film has it all: Five hundred characters! Children on the loose! Adults incapable of having a conversation about their relationship! An inflatable monster thing! Mickey Rooney!!
Click here to find the podcast and listen now!
I got the okay to start writing my second book, so obviously instead of doing that I made a video about beverages. I hope it's a good intro guide to anyone unfamiliar with the concept of beverages.
Things opening up again post-pandemic means the return of my side-hustle of choice: hawking brands inside of grocery stores and handing out free samples on street corners. Also known as a "brand ambassador."
Every brand ambassador shift I work involves some truly bizarre human interaction, so I wrote a guide to interacting with your (paid to be) friendly neighborhood corporate shill.
Like so many others, I fell in love with Barry, the extremely charming and photogenic owl that took up residence in Central Park.
After Barry's sudden, unexpected death at the hands of a Central Park Conservancy maintenance driver, I wrote a bit about my experiences with birding and grief. You can read the essay here.