carolecummings: (Writer)

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carolecummings: (Writer)
Originally posted by [ profile] jtulloshennig at New Book trailer for SHIREWODE
The countdown has begun... Shirewode, sequel to Greenwode and Book Two of the Wode, will release 09 September!  Here's the trailer--enjoy!

carolecummings: (Hey!)
Originally posted by [ profile] jordan_c_price at Channeling Morpheus Special: Payback $1
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The guy who’d wanted the light was smiling. Still standing practically on top of me, too. Staring me right in the eye.

You’d think that would be all. He asked for a light. I didn’t have one. And then he would move on. But maybe it was more than that. Maybe he’d just been looking for an excuse to talk.

He slid himself onto the barstool beside mine. I did my best to look nonchalant. He was…amazing. Tall and lean, with ripped up jeans and spiked blond hair, earrings, a snake tattoo on his neck and chipped black nail polish. And he wanted to talk to me.

Couldn’t I have run into him any other night? Like, a night that I didn’t already have a date with a vampire?

“Got a name, Mister Lung Association?” he asked me.


“Michael, Michael, Motorcycle.” He tucked his cigarette behind his ear and shook my hand. Well, more like he jammed his hand toward me, and I either had to shake it or be knocked off the barstool. “Wild Bill.”

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carolecummings: (Bang Head Here)
So, life goes whacko for a while and it seems my brain takes that as a sign that it must generate a bazillion new story ideas that must be written right now omg! and then I get all flustered and have to slouch down to my cave for a while until life calms down and The Muse stops whipping plots at me like darts through her bony fingers. Life has not exactly calmed down, but I’ve been working steadily on one story for a while now, when I can, so I’m taking that as a good thing.

Now, usually I don’t name a story until it’s finished. I go with a horrible computer filing system wherein my WIPs are labeled stupid things like ‘#515’ or ‘Mage with scar’, but at least they’re all in one place now (I used to have them scattered all over my computer and had to search random folders just to find the one I wanted to work on; I found one once in a folder labeled ‘recipes’ so go figure) so that’s an improvement. But this one has ended up with a name-- Blue on Black. There is a reason for that, and it does have something to do with the plot and the characters, but I have to confess that the main reason I went against my usual (stupid) system was because I realized that if I allowed this story to name itself Blue on Black, I could then call it BoB. So I am currently writing a steampunky fantasy involving a train and I call that story BoB. Thank you, yes, I realize my head makes no sense to anyone who lives outside of it.

Anyway. Oh, look--more clowns! )


May. 23rd, 2012 05:23 pm
carolecummings: (:))
And it’s a free read! You can’t go wrong!

Love Merlin? Love Arthur? Wonder what they’d be like as college roommates? Like endearing snarky humor and lots of UST that turns into RST (eventually) and terrific characterization? Then you have to read:


A Modern day Merlin alternate universe set at the University of St Andrews, featuring teetotal kickboxers, secret wizards, magnificent bodyguards of various genders, irate fairies, imprisoned dragons, crumbling gothic architecture, arrogant princes, adorable engineering students, stolen gold, magical doorways, attempted assassination, drunken students, shaving foam fights, embarrassing mornings after, The Hammer Dance, duty, responsibility, friendship and true love...

Now here’s the thing--this is apparently fanfic based on the current series on… BBC, I think? which I haven’t watched (but will hopefully get around to… um, someday). Except I didn’t know that when I read it, and the really brilliant thing is that I couldn’t tell while I was reading it. So if you’ve never seen the series, it doesn’t matter. If you have, I bet it doesn’t matter then, either.

The whole cast of characters is there, and though you'll think you know what they'll do and where it's going, trust me, you won't--but in a really good way! It’s sweet, it’s sometimes a bit raunchy, it’s funny, it’s absorbing, and it’s--with no derisive roll of the eyes or curl of the lip--terribly cute. I was happy when I finished it. I was smiling. I wished I’d paid for it as some kind of token of appreciation to the author. I can’t imagine anyone not liking this story. So if you want a feel-good free read that’s really the size of a decent novel, ones like this don’t come along very often. I hope you read it and I hope you enjoy. :)
carolecummings: (Linus)
He's not a vamp. But he can play one on TV.


...I buried one hand in his hair and hissed. Not a vampire hiss. Just a "yeah, baby" hiss.

Both from A Bitter Taste of Sweet Oblivion (the sequel to Channeling Morpheus for Scary Mary) by Jordan Castillo Price. The two books are the best take I've read on vampires in... well, probably ever. For those of you who've tried JCP's PsyCop Series (and for those of you who haven't--why haven't you? No, really, why haven't you?) I think you'll find this one just as, if not more, engaging, and maybe even a little bit sexier. Because seriously--Bad Boy Vampire and his pretty goth steady? Yum.

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