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A Great New Scary Read!

So happy to share a great new read with you today! This horror novel is by my friend and fellow City Owl Author Danielle Devor, and it is sure to keep you turning pages . . . and leaving your lights on at night!!  Enjoy!     Uncovering the truth will take an... read more

Guest Post by Author Em Shotwell!

I am super excited today to host a fantastic author who is also a really lovely person on the blog! Em Shotwell is a fellow City Ow author, and if you haven’t read her book, BLACKBIRD SUMMER yet, you should check it out! Em’s writing is full of heart,... read more

In Which I Vent My Rage

Marvel, you’re a Bastard. I just wanted to get that out of the way, in case anyone was wondering where I came down on the whole “Captain America has always been a secret Nazi supporter” bullshit issue. Let me be clear: I think it is good to challenge readers. Good... read more

Worth Reading: The Dresden Files

                I missed out on the Harry Dresden series for years. I remember once, several years ago, picking a Dresden book up in the library. I glanced at the cover, read the inside flap. And I thought to myself, “I am so... read more

It’s Been A While…

If you’re stopping by this blog after a lengthy absence, you’re in good company. It has been a while since I’ve been by here, too. It turns out that writing both a new manuscript and frequent blog updates is pretty hard to do and, when forced to make a choice between... read more

A Great Contest

Hi Everyone! I have been very remiss in not posting recently, and I am looking forward to catching up with you all soon!  In the meantime, though, I had to let you know about a great contest that is going on right now. Writer’s Digest has a “Dear Lucky Agent” contest,... read more


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About Me

Miriam G4-Color

Hi, I’m Miriam! I’m the author of urban fantasy stories filled with magic, romance and the occasional centaur. I’m a book-addict, a Doctor Who fan, and a lover of all things mythical. So glad to have you here!