Reading Overload

10/27/2014

 
Dear fans and casual readers,

Trying to read as much as possible. I have fallen completely behind in everything, including the stockpile of books I have gathered for my  Fall Reading. This has never happened before.
 Fatigue? 
I am trying to get through "The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden," and when I am done, I will carry on to the "Witch of Babylon." Not the same genre, but that's definitely of my reading habit.

 At the same time, I am also writing like crazy. Trying to complete a trilogy before I lose my mind.
 Sincerely,
 Mm
 
 
Dear fans and casual readers,

 Hope all is great. It's Thanksgiving here in Canada. Spending the time with the family. Hope you'll do the same, if you're Canadian. 

 Anyway, been getting good feedback on "the good book." I hope to share it with this world soon, this time for real. Been hanging out with the right reviewers and meeting the right people. Come November, I will be at a book fair--I'll get to that later.

 Mm
 

Cary Joji Fukunaga

08/26/2014

 
He's the only good, new and exciting thing I took from the Emmys last night.
 See my blog for more.
 
 
Hello fans and casual readers,

 Good news. I have posted the first chapter of my new tale, Midnight's Daughter, for review on Wattpad. Please skip on over there, read it and let me know what you think.

 Thanks,

 Mellm.
 

Obsessions

06/29/2014

 
Watching the World Cup 2014. I am not a fan of soccer year round, but there is something about a global sporting event that draws my interest. So far, my soccer player obsession is the Brazilian #10 Neymar. For better (his charm) or for worse (his hair), Neymar is charming and annoying me all at once.

 

Medieval POC

06/13/2014

 
Currently in love with this website: Medieval POC , or People of Color in Medieval European Art History: http://medievalpoc.org/. There is also a Tumblr blog of the same name.

The site is important, because it challenges the "whitewashing" of history, the the exclusion of non-whites from Epic fantasy, or the "slave" portrayal so frequently pushed when they are included (see Game of Thrones). And, as the website quips--"because you don't want to be historically inaccurate."

Whenever someone questions why there's a black guy leading the king's army in Maleficent, or why Lancelot is black, etc, just point them to the website.
 

49th Shelf

06/13/2014

 
Been babbling about this for some time now, but now it's finally happened. My books are now available on this cool Canadian-content website. Check them out:
 The Exploration and other tales of wonder: click here
 
 
Dear fans and casual readers,
 thank you for bringing to my attention the errata and discrepancies in the texts. As, it is my intention to give my readers the cleanest text possible, I am meticulously working on dealing with the issues found in the texts, and should soon re-publish. If you  require a newer version, please let me know and it shall be yours.
--Mm
 
 
Dear fans and casual readers,
 thank you for bringing to my attention the errata and discrepancies in the texts. As, it is my intention to give my readers the cleanest text possible, I am meticulously working on dealing with the issues found in the texts, and should soon re-publish. If you  require a newer version, please let me know and it shall be yours.
--Mm
 
 
More good news. Don't have a Kindle or Kindle app? The Exploration and other tales of wonder is now available via Scribd.
 

cMellMckenzie 2012