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I was going to waste my afternoon catching up on Star Wars: Rebels, but I actually have to do laundry and pack my husband’s dress uniforms to send across the country. School starts in 2 weeks, and then it’s once again all downhill from there. At least I can say I accomplished utterly nothing over […]
It’s a hell of a day to begin making regular posts on a blog during which your impetus is the death of a pop culture icon. Fortunately, I either keep the best company in the world, or the entire world is mourning the loss that is David Bowie. I already got my door knocked on […]
So things are moving far more slowly than I wanted to over on the writing front. This is what happens when you’re in the final throws of graduate school, and your academic writing i taking up the time that should be used for more fun fiction writing. Just kidding, kids. School is important. However, […]
A couple of things: 1: No, the 2nd book isn’t out yet. I know you guys think I’m George RR Martin or something, but in actuality, this takes a lot of work. I’ve decided to go back and re-write a couple of chapters, also. Which I should reserve for when it’s done, but I needed […]
I have returned from my journey to Kansas City for the first ever Figments and Filaments costuming convention, and enjoyed it thoroughly. I am looking forward to next year! Thanks to the organizers and fine folks of the Midwest for wonderful hospitality and a great time. 🙂
After 2 rejections, rushed applications, tears, and moving 100 miles, I have been admitted and accepted an offer of admission to the University of New Hampshire’s History-Museum Studies MA program. You may now go back to your literary adventures. 🙂
I’ve always loved the short story. I think it’s a fun medium that really allows one’s imagination to pour out ideas into compact one-shot tales. So I’m writing a couple. 🙂 I’m working on one entitled, “Megalopolis” at the moment. It’s a dystopian reality set in what would seem to be our future. I’m hoping […]
My friend Justin Aucoin over at jmaucoin.com was kind enough to ask me to participate in an author Q&A for his blog! http://jmaucoin.com/2013/12/09/qa-with-angela-costello-author-of-of-summer-and-winter/ He’s a friend of mine from the SCA who also writes some great short stories. Definitely check out his work! Thanks for the opportunity, Justin!
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/help-support-angband/x/1583287 I have some really great perks up for this campaign, so I hope that everyone pitches in and/or shares the link! This doesn’t just support the sequel, it is going to support my entire studio that needs some serious upgrades. Please read my blurb and tell me what you think!
I’m had to take a hiatus from working on the sequel to further my academic mind this semester. However, never fear! It is coming, I promise. I also have a newish blog I’ve been working on for my participation in the SCA. You can find it just a hop away at annasrome.blog.com.