Monthly archives: October, 2015

My First Hex

Autumn air is always described as crisp, but that’s exactly how it was when I cast my first hex. I stood at the corner of the street and my eight-year-old body shivered as the cold air brushed against my bare cheek. Eric Desmond approached the corner and waved energetically. He didn’t go to my school,…


Hugo House 30/30, other projects, and Crypticon!

Wow. I didn’t realize I let nearly four months fly by without a post. This is going to be a weird post of a billion updates. Hugo House’s 30/30 Hugo House is a non-profit in Seattle that offers classes for writers (young and old!) and is also a literary hub for events and whatnot. It…