The third Lycanthropy Files book Blood’s Shadow will be coming out electronically on November 25. If you want to catch up on the series, now is a good time because The Mountain’s Shadow and Long Shadows ebooks are now on sale for 99 cents and $1.99, respectively, at all ebook retailers (see links above for excerpts and sale links). … Continue reading Announcing a sale and blog tour – updated 11/10
Happy new year, fellow authors and readers! December ended up being sort of a bust for me with regard to writing thanks to a nasty cold that knocked me on my rear end for a week, but I did reach 23K on the third Lycanthropy Files book, and I wrote and submitted a short story … Continue reading Guest posts: An Interview and Novel Resolutions
I recently had the pleasure of attending the Southern Magic Readers’ Luncheon in my home town of Birmingham, Alabama, where I met one of the editors for the Fresh Fiction website. As they say down here, we got to talking, and I pitched my writing/psychology blog posts as a possible guest spot for them. She … Continue reading Guest Post on Fresh Fiction: Why I write — and read — Urban Fantasy
Last week got away from me, so I wasn’t able to post links to my Thursday and Friday stops. On Thursday, I stopped by Traveling with T and posted on what color enhances creativity and how that applies to my favorite writing spots.I pretend it doesn’t matter that much, but I’m really sensitive to my … Continue reading Blog Tour, continued: More guest posts!
Like many newbie authors, I thought that once I got my first book contract, it would be smooth sailing, and I wouldn’t have anything else to worry about ever. Not true. Although signing my first book deal was very exciting, it brought up a different set of anxieties. I shared those with the lovely ladies … Continue reading Guest post: Author fears at Five for Fiction Blog
I’m pleased to have been invited to post on talented author and friend Tony Noland‘s blog. My review in Library Journal starts with, “Debut novelist Dominic is also a clinical health psychologist and has wisely chosen a subject area familiar to her, a choice that places this story above the average paranormal romance in plot, … Continue reading Guest blog post: The Science of Werewolves at Tony Noland’s blog
I wasn’t able to post this one right away since I was at a conference and my iPad wouldn’t see the wireless. My newest guest post is at the Mesdames of Mayhem, where I discuss why we love mysteries from a psychological point of view. As a psychologist and behavioral sleep medicine specialist, I hear … Continue reading Readers on the Couch: Guest Blog at the Mesdames of Mayhem
Today I am guest posting over at Jill Archer’s blog about how psychology informs my writing, which lots of people assume, and how writing makes me a better psychologist, which tends to surprise people. This is also a good opportunity to remind y’all that I’ve got a Characters on the Couch project, and I plan … Continue reading A Writer on the Couch: Guest posting at Jill Archer’s Blog
I know Tony through Twitter, where he keeps me laughing with his wry wit, blatant geekiness, and clever observations about the writing and publishing life. He’s also one of the few Twitter writing friends I’ve met in person. My husband and I were visiting my sister in Philadelphia, and Tony agreed to meet up with … Continue reading Tony Noland on Superheros and Booze: A Guest Post from a Fellow Author
Fellow romance writer M.V. Freeman, author of the paranormal romance Incandescent, invited me to answer some questions on her blog today, both about me and my debut novel The Mountain’s Shadow. Yes, I had to turn the psychologist’s eye on myself. Come find out the answers to how long it took me, what strange combination of circumstances … Continue reading My first interview!