As Moriarty said to Sherlock Holmes, it's not the fall that kills you, it's that blasted author, Arthur Conan Doyle.
And this author is not only busy killing off more imaginary characters in my next (non-witches) Doyle novel, At Wits' End, I'm also working on a magic class with astrologer and energy worker, Elizabeth Barton. Elizabeth has been one of my go-to resources for magical resource, and we both felt it was time to get some of that work out into the world.
The course is based around the themes of the seven Riga Hayworth series, and while it's an introductory course, it goes much, much deeper than the free email challenges I've been producing. This course will run for six weeks, and you'll receive three lessons a week. Two of the lessons will be audio courses, complete with handouts, worksheets, and assignments. The third, which falls in the middle, will be something different. We expect to make it available for purchase this spring.
I almost hesitate to mention what's next, because then I'm committed. But I'm also working on a serialized fiction podcast based on my Paranormal Museum series. Right now, I've got one, 13-episode season in the works. If all goes well, that will be available this summer too.
But if you prefer the live version to audio recordings, I've got two events coming up in the Bay Area. First, I'll be doing a reading from Tales of the Rose Rabbit in San Mateo on January, 18th, and on February, 9th, I'll be moderating a panel of mystery and suspense authors Terry Shames, Simon Wood, Mary Feliz, and Susan Bickford. Get the details for both here.
Finally, I've got a few more copies of the hand-bound, limited edition of Tales of the Rose Rabbit left. The cost is $9.99 + $2.50 shipping (within the US), payable via PayPal. Just email me at email@example.com if you're interested.
Kirsten Weiss writes genre-blending cozy mystery, urban fantasy, and steampunk suspense, mixing her experiences and imagination to create a vivid world of magic and mayhem.