Tag Archives: TB Markinson
WTF is TB Thinking?
A couple of days ago, I shared my version for the spark of Heart of Ice, cowritten by Miranda MacLeod. Miranda is here today to tell it from her perspective. Take it away Miranda When TB called me last fall … Continue reading
A Day for Celebration
When Miranda and I published Holly and Ivy, we treated ourselves to a day at the spa. With COVID, that wasn’t an option this time around. However, neither of us wanted to skip celebrating the release of Heart of Ice, … Continue reading
The New Reality
When Clare and I started planning our research trip to Whitstable for One Golden Summer, our cowrite, neither of us had an inkling how quickly world events would change. In February, I started reading stories about the virus plaguing China. … Continue reading
I think 2020 hates me
When I promised to share my triumphs and failures during the course of 2020, I had hoped I’d have more good shiz than setbacks to report, but so far, this year has my number. Okay, I’m going to dive in. … Continue reading
Coming Clean about Hull
Last year, I visited Hull, Massachusetts, and I posted a blog post on my author’s site, but I didn’t divulge the secret reason I went. I mean, I did go because I needed time away to work, which I did. … Continue reading
Is it weird that cemeteries inspire me?
My last post was about going to Fenway to do research for a book. But that’s not always possible. When penning Confessions from the Heart, the prequel to the Confessions series, the two characters go to Mount Auburn Cemetery in … Continue reading
Lesbian road trip to the Cotswolds
Back in March, I traveled to the United Kingdom for the London Book Fair. But that wasn’t the only purpose for the trip. For months, Clare Lydon, Harper Bliss, and I had been discussing working on a trilogy together, and … Continue reading