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!
I had another successful weekend at RI Comic Con a few weeks ago. It doesn’t seem to be a huge market for prose, but books did sell, and as always, I met a lot of really great people. I am looking forward to next year. Also, I’ve officially started my Kickstarter for the next book! […]
I keep forgetting to check in here so often. BAD AUTHOR! Anyways, the IndieGogo was a complete flop for me. It appears that these days you can only make money from it if you’re a scantily-clad cosplay girl. Oh well, more power to them. In other news, Rhode Island Comic Con is this weekend! Come […]