Happy New Year!

We made it! Here we are at the end of 2012 on the verge of a shiny new 2013!

For the last post of the year I just wanted express our thanks. Thank you for reading, thank you for visiting our little home on the web, and thank you for being awesome people we can share our goals, struggles, and successes with.

Without you (yes, even you who is too shy to leave a comment–I see you back there) we’d just be nine writers talking out loud to ourselves–something I’m sure we all do enough of in the privacy of our own homes!

So thank you for spending a little time with us, listening to our stories, chatting when you can, and sharing your experiences too.

Wishing you a year of love, joy, health, happiness, a few delightful surprises, and of course, great reading!

–Toni Andrews,  Keri Arthur, Jenna Black, Rinda Elliott, Jackie Kessler, Karen Mahoney, Devon Monk, Lilith Saintcrow, Rachel Vincent

Our Books of 2012

darkness DevoursBeneath Rising cvrDarkening Moon 2Darkness Huntsdeadly-descendantJennaBlack_GirlsNightOutReplicant72lgAftertheCrux72smCatalyst72lgloss_150The Wood QueenFalling to Ash - new releaseMothAd-WebMagic_without_Mercy.inddmagic for a price 124x2009780451464532_TinSwift_CV.inddhedge9 the iron wyrm affairthe damnation affair9780778313434_smp.inddNever to sleep9780373210619_TS_SMP.indd9780373210794_TS_SMP.indd

About Devon Monk

Devon Monk has one husband, two sons, and a dog named Mojo. She lives in Oregon and is surrounded by colorful and numerous family members who mostly live within dinner-calling distance of each other. She has sold over fifty short stories to fantasy, science fiction, horror, humor, and young adult magazines and anthologies. Her stories have been published in five countries and included in a Year’s Best Fantasy collection. When not writing, Devon is either knitting, remodeling the house-that-was-once-a-barn, or hosting a family celebration. To visit her web page or blog, go to: www.devonmonk.com or http://devonmonk.livejournal.com/


  1. At first I was too shy to leave a comment. But then I thought about how I’ve been reading this blog for at least a year now (plus going back and reading past blog posts). Also how it was really this blog that helped me actually sit down and write, and write consistently.
    So I just wanted to say thank you.

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