The blurb It’s the 21st century, and Jaclyn Rousseau is not where she should be. 1661 disappeared before her eyes, and there’s no way home. That matters not to Jaclyn—she lost her lover, and everything else that meant anything to her, in the West Indies. In an adventure that crosses time and the Atlantic, a … More Cover Reveal for Adrift, crowdfunding on Indiegogo, and a Giveaway
A lot of author bios I come across on web sites or Facebook pages have similar content. Oftentimes they start with things like “I live in x location with y pets/kids and/or my partner, and I was raised in z.” I mean, that’s all nice, and maybe I’d like to know that if I was … More What should you include in your short author bio?
Now that it’s been officially revealed over at Solarwyrm Press, I want to share with you the art that was commissioned for my short story Siren, published in Fae Fatales: A Fantasy Noir Anthology. Pictured in the image are two of my characters, Anthony Kaihoʻi and Prudence, a mermaid I have written about in several … More Art for “Siren” by Grace Jensen
Close to a year ago, I learned about Readings @ Seksan, a monthly reading event for writers in KL that has been running for the better part of a decade. Originally I wanted to wait until my novel was completed before reading something there myself, but given how long the editing has taken, I decided … More Upcoming Reading Event, May 25, 2013
On this day a year ago, I was in Taipei, Taiwan. It’s the anniversary of my mother’s death, but I had completely forgotten about it until I got a message from a friend reminding me. What had distracted me? I was at the Evergreen Maritime Museum. I had been interested in going because I thought … More Developing my mermaid mythology with Prudence