Category Archives: Jody Lee

Posted in DAW, Essalieyan, covers, Jody Lee.

When I returned from Australia, where I finally finished the final revision of Grave, I felt a little burned out. I went back to work on War, but progress there was slow. This happens sometimes when I haven’t quite emerged from a state-of-anxiety with regards to writing – and Grave was definitely that. As I’ve said before: when things are hard, I feel incompetent. When I feel incompetent, I tend to withdraw. The internet is full of bright, shiny, entertaining things – none of which I am at that particular moment. I am always at my most gregarious when the writing is going well. Something arrived at my doorstep, literally, that really helped. In the mess of deadlines, more deadlines, emergency … Continue reading 

Posted in Books, DAW, Essalieyan, Jody Lee.

It’s May the 5th. May 5th this year is release day (sometimes called ‘book birthday’ on the internet) for Oracle. I know that a few of you have already found the book in the wild; when I went into the bookstore on Saturday, I found it :D. This year, for the first time, the ebook for people who are not living in North America is also available. Or will be, within the next few hours (it has gone live on Kobo, which usually takes longer, but not yet live on Amazon or iTunes). In fact, all of The House War books that currently exist are now available as ebooks for people who live outside of North America. They are not … Continue reading 

Posted in DAW, writing, covers, Jody Lee, New Category.

In the words of Granny Weatherwax, “I Aten’t Dead.” This is the cover for Oracle, the sixth book in The House War. I asked for it so I could post it on the web-site. And then forgot >.<. I used to be so much better at organization, I swear. My entire life at the moment is coffee, Cast in Honor, coffee, page proofs, tea, falling-over. I have tweeted a couple of times in the past week and consider this a major social media win for me. I apologize profusely to anyone who has sent email or tumblr or facebook comments: I am on such a tight deadline (my own fault, of course) that I have no brain cells left for anything … Continue reading