If you follow my twit-scapades @KrysJanae, you’ve probably seen an insurgence of posts and retweets and likes from my account regarding this show, which originally aired on SyFy. Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) and producer Jay Firestone asked the fandom to write a letter to them on what the show mean to us, so I was inspired to share my thoughts on the cancelled show here on my blog.
Maybe some mild spoilers below, so continue if you dare? 😉
Just checking in to let you know that my PATREON page is live and running! UGH ANOTHER FUNDING CAMPAIGN…I know, it’s crazy right? They pop up everywhere, for artists like me who want to create stuff if not for a living but to have the means to enjoy doing what we do. I have personally been on a bit of a break from work this past year due to health reasons, and it gave me a chance to dive in and get stuff done on the creativity front. This campaign was developed to help out with my upcoming books like “All the King’s Men” and the sequel to “If I Should Wake” 🙂
SO. With that being said–there’s never an obligation to sign up for Patreon, I only ask that you pass it on, share it to the world, and to those who help out I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
NOTE: I recently changed the method of donations from “per month” to “per creation” so you don’t have to worry about having to deal with a monthly donation rolling out. Anything and everything is appreciated, and I also thank you for taking the time to check it all out!
Catch you real soon with some new blogs, updates and maybe some random stuff too. ❤
What better way to kick off my convention weekend than to give you a glimpse into my new project? My newest work in progress that is next in the lineup for book releases is going to be called “All The King’s Men” a new series that is considered urban fantasy, as it is in a modern setting with fantastical elements, however…it will be my first venture into the realm of superheroes. But as you might have seen while I’ve been writing this, I’ve been using the tag #TheyreNotHeroes because… well, you’ll see.
Set in a fictional metropolis, Director Morgan Carlisle brings his most talented, yet stubborn field operative Danika back into the life she tried to walk away from a year ago after the devastation of an operation left her broken. She’s more of a lone wolf, but she’s drawn to the new recruit on their team as they try to save the city from someone who is trying to oust the Powered population.
I’d like to thank my dear friends Megan, Jenna, Sarah and Amanda for helping me build this concept as it has been loosely based on a separate project we work on together and that in itself is a fantastical beast… I just can’t thank you girls enough. ❤
This is going through it’s final phase of its first run before I do the first pass of edits and then it’s off to the editor! Writer’s work is never done, though…so after that, it’s onto the next project, which is finishing up the sequel for Falling Stars (titled Among the Stars) and Kassandra Drake Novel #2 which is currently untitled.
I’ve been trying to come up with words to describe the marvelous wonder that is, Resident Evil VII. It’s been a great while since I’ve been legitimately spooked behind my own controller–and to be honest, I am so thrilled with how this has turned out.