Goodbye, Mr. Vonnegut, and the Midnight Moon Cafe
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
1922 — 2007Goodbye, Mr. Vonnegut
: I was very sad to learn of Kurt Vonnegut's death
this week. I was a devoted fan from the moment I started reading his absurd, warm, and heartbreaking stories. He will be missed. I will miss him. My character, Milagro, writes political horror stories based on dreadful premises -- this was my small nod to Vonnegut's character, Kilgore Trout.Midnight Moon Cafe
interviews paranormal writer Carrie Vaughn
. Vaughn sums up her Kitty Norville series
as "Vampires. Werewolves. Talk radio." Her stories don't shy away from the ugly political situations that would happen if supernatural characters came out of the closet and asked for civil rights.LoveVampires Loves Midnight Brunch:
I was delighted to see raves of my new novel at the review site LoveVampires
. Midnight Brunch got a five-star review, and the review says, "The result of the style change is a story with both dialogue that flows beautifully and a plot that keeps the reader hooked."