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Thank you, Figments and Filaments!

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. 🙂

Just a happy little update!

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. 🙂

Short takes.

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 […]

Check out this Q&A I just participated in!

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!

IndieGogo LIVE!

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!

School is tough, new blog for history buffs.

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.

Well here we are…

Almost 2 months in, and I can’t complain. Comic Con went very well, sales have since dropped, but that’s to be expected. I’m planning on doing some more pushing after the New Year, but right now I’m focusing on finishing my semester and enjoying the holiday season in Florida with the family shortly thereafter. “Of […]