“In the Sleep of Death”
A Supernatural Victorian Fantasy
Eloping with the Necromancer was her first mistake. Running from the posse was her second.
How can Lorena break free of her husband’s dark magic when he is able to enter her mind and read her thoughts?
9 story-building tips for writing time travel stories
My favorite guy in all of NASA history is someone you’ve likely never heard of – John Aaron, the engineer they called the “Steely-Eyed…
Schrodinger was a sick puppy. If you really look at his experiment, it’s very disturbing. In fact, if you stop to look at it…
Tycho Brahe has to be the most baller astronomer in history!
Quotes from “In the Sleep of Death” I love sharing fun bits of research and promoting other authors.
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Make sure to check out the
“ page for Books I Can’t Stop Talking About“ reviews and recommendations of great books from other writers!
Watching this one writer struggle with his great idea taught me about overcoming writer’s block.
There’s a reason I stopped taking my kids to see the Easter Bunny.
I’ve never written before about the shooting at my child’s school, but I need to say this …
What’s the smartest tree on Earth? I think I have the answer …
The number of skills you had to master to be a pioneer in the American West staggers me.
It wasn’t until my great-grandmother died that I finally understood my mother’s love for Thanksgiving.
The summer I turned 16, I hopped a plane to NYC. I’d not only never traveled alone before, I’d never even been in an airport …
By Kate Quinn Halfway through this, I knew it was destined to be one of my favorite books. Even though I’ve read countless books about code breaking and cracking the Enigma, I learned much more through this book about the varied efforts of Bletchley Park. I can’t recall a story…
“His Ragged Company” – a Weird West story with a modern sense of humor. Read the review here.
Let me tell you all a story about a man named Jed. … But I’ll tell you, the ending isn’t what I expected.
This was fun! I was interviewed by AllAuthor.com and got to talk about my childhood, my geeky computer habits, and more.
This memoir is hilarious, infuriating, and shocking. You’ve got to read it.
Catch my author interview for a look at the highs and lows of writing and publishing, plus the people who inspired me.
My sister, Brenda, was featured on the podcast “Last Letters,” episode “Unconditional Love.” I’m so proud of her!
Book review – Casting Shadows by @grimwoodworld #paranormal #romance #historical
Join me Wednesday June 16, at 4 pm CST for a live reading of my novel.
My uncle nearly died in a bomb explosion during WWII. What’s odd about that is that he was in Iowa at the time.
Kindergarten wouldn’t have been so scary if I’d gotten the answer right to this one simple question …
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Kimberly Van Ginkel is an internationally-published author living in the Midwest.
Her debut novel,
“,” has been described as “Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell” meets “The Ten Thousand Doors of January.” In the Sleep of Death