Stranger than Fiction: Vampire Veg

The vampire’s day has come and gone in western popular culture — several times. We’ve had evil vampires, scary vampires, misunderstood ones, emo ones, sexy ones, and, *sigh*, sparkly ones. I’m done for now, unless someone can come up with a new take on the idea. Or perhaps an old, forgotten take. According to Ethnologist […]

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Unsolved Edinburgh: Gilmerton Cove

When many people think of Edinburgh, they think of the castle, high on its black volcanic base, or the lively shopping district of Princes Street. Holyrood Palace may come to mind, or the cobblestone-paved Royal mile. Some might envision the winding Grassmarket passage, which inspired Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley, or even the Elephant House, the […]

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Two Exciting New Projects

A little bit late announcing these, but I’m thrilled to be involved in two exciting new projects, with two fabulous — and fabulously different — groups of people. First, I’m working with Blind Eye Books on a new short story series set in 19th century Britain. The series follows Constable Simon Pearce as he solves strange […]

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Lineup Announced!

Elm Books is pleased to announce that we now have a lineup for our new anthology, Death by Cupcake. This exciting collection of cozy mystery short stories will feature quite a few new faces, along with some of your Elm Books favorites like Gay Kinman and Mark Hague. Production to start soon, so be on the lookout […]

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