Karen’s Blog: Superheroes in Love

Meet my other personalities

Here’s a little-known fact about me: I play tabletop role playing games (RPG’s). Yup, I’m one of those kinds of dorks, and a friend of mine asked me to blog for his new gaming website, The Adventure Nexus. I’ve decided to stick those blogs here as well, since my role playing directly impacts my writing. … Continue reading Meet my other personalities

Still Here!

First of all, happy New Year (as it were). I’ve been waiting to post since my website’s going to transition to another host any day now…since February. I’m done waiting. I miss you guys. I don’t know about you, but I’m fairly terrified of the world right now as I sit here in quarantine. So … Continue reading Still Here!

Time to Pull Up My Pants

That was not cool, guys. So, when I last left this blog, the W.I.S.E. team was staring me down angrily, waiting for me to write, regardless of my pantsless, meticulous outline. My editor had strongly suggested I abandon my pantser (as in, seat of one’s pants, making things up as I go along) style of … Continue reading Time to Pull Up My Pants


I’m back! There are only three weeks left in the semester, and I’m ready to get back to writing, as well as catching up on my stack of books. Since we’re about to observe Thanksgiving, and since my birthday is also in November, I thought I’d offer a few words of thanks. I’ve decided to … Continue reading Gratitude

I’ve Lost My Pants

It’s one of the perennial questions indie writers like to ask each other: outline a novel ahead of the composition, or make things up as you go along? Do you plan everything ahead, or write by the seat of your pants? Are you a plotter or a panster? In my experience this is a question … Continue reading I’ve Lost My Pants

Newsletter #3

Here’s Newsletter #3 everyone! Check it out, and join the list so you don’t miss out on events and giveaways. A great one’s coming up in Newsletter #4!

It Don’t Come Easy

This past Saturday I participated in a local writer’s reception at the library one county up from mine. I was excited. I’d spent the day before on the floor of my office with copies of my books, organizing the trilogies and putting them into special tote bags filled with pens, t-shirts, notepads, and bookmarks to … Continue reading It Don’t Come Easy


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