My heart, my heart: a review with graphics!

Author Julian Winters has written a really lovely review of SWEET, complete with a graphics collection (is there a name for that? what do the kids today call it?) that is making me all kinds of happy.

I say, please go read the review (it’s great), but also go browse his website!




Ok. I have just discovered that my last post did NOT depict my first non-veg dinner, but some strange cat-choking situation I’d saved from a hilarious book I found once. I truly do apologize for today’s mistaken posts. I do not seem to be able to get the hang of this stupid computer. I think today’s experiment in food and computers has convinced me that (a) my good old typewriter is the best idea for me and (b) I am going back to being a vegetarian.

Oh, and I’m going to stick to what I know best, which seems to be writing. At least, I do that better than computer stuff. In light of that, I’m offering my contrition here, and the suggestion that you let me redeem myself in your eyes by reading my novel SWEET.

I swear I’ve got the right photo this time–it’s the beautiful cover, designed by CB Messer.

You can get your copy of SWEET at Amazon, major bookstores everywhere, or (the best place) Interlude Press’ website, here:

AGAIN? Is this a JOKE?

Ok, I owe the Internet some big apologies. My numerous attempts at posting my announcement today have failed badly. I’ve checked online resources, and can find no explanation for why the wrong photo keeps posting with my announcement. Once more, I shall try this announcement again:

I would like to announce that, after 26 years as a vegetarian, I am giving up “rabbit food” and eating “normal person food.” Please ignore my past statements about the moral, ethical, environmental, and economic reasons for being a vegetarian.

And please ignore my previous posts about this today–something is definitely wrong with my computer, and it keeps attaching the wrong photograph.  THIS post is, however, correct. I’ve included a photograph of what I ate for lunch today:

bitch better have money