I just sent off the last of the pre-Christmas books this morning. Many thanks to all of you who ordered copies of Assam & Darjeeling, Matters of Mortology, and The Cradle as gifts for family and friends this year. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate all the enthusiasm […]
You heard me. Myrna Loy. If you’re following me on Twitter or Facebook, then you may have seen some recent late night posts about harpies. A few people have asked if this is for a new project, something as yet unannounced. Yes. Yes it is. I know I’ve whined about […]
We’re having a holiday sale! While supplies last, you can pick up copies of all of my books at very special holiday pricing…
T.M. Camp’s latest book The Cradle is now on sale, with special pricing and giveaways for a limited time!
NaNoWriMo is coming. And I’m torn between a number of possible projects. It occurred to me that it might be fun to see what people want, so I’ve posted a little poll over on my Facebook page. Right now, the front runner is a ghost story. But my own personal […]
It’s been a busy time. Here are a few of the reasons why . . . also, we get some very nice fan mail, write some new stories, and drop meaningful hints about some kind of special event coming next week.
It started quiet, this little holiday promotion of ours. The cold silence of Thanksgiving and Black Friday spread into the weekend, leaving all of us huddle down in the trenches and despondently reread the letters and coupon circulars sent from the home front. Fortunately, there was a surge late in […]
Put on your grass skirt and coconut brassiere, it’s time for another Link Luau — with the latest news on book reviews, book clubs, podcasting popularity, blue-eyed babies, and the madness of Englishmen…
“Storms are, by nature, and among other things, scary, awesome, chaotic, terrible and beautiful all at the same time. My personal theory is that you cannot look at a storm brewing and not feel anything stirring in your gut. Likewise, in going through an art gallery, the masterpieces that have […]
In which many, many important things are mentioned — including the obligatory Flash mention, a subliminal Dude reference, and new work coming in August.