The KnotMagick Studios Web Shop is Now Open!

That's right! Thanks to everyone's support (and a little help from my tax refund) there is now an online shop right here on where you can buy my books directly! Kindle versions of all my books are now available to purchase directly if you click on the Shop tab above. If you would like… Continue reading The KnotMagick Studios Web Shop is Now Open!

books, history

Columbus and Prohibition

As someone who lived in Ohio their entire life (until recently, anyway), and spent the bulk of their adulthood in the capital city, I can tell you that Columbus is a study in contradictions. It's a city that prides itself in, well, Pride, having one of the largest Stonewall parades in the country, but it's… Continue reading Columbus and Prohibition


The Books We Can’t Find

Sometimes, I get stuck on a jag. By that, I mean I get REALLY into something, and just want more and more of it. A few years ago, it was Nancy Drew. Nancy was one of my favorite childhood companions. My favorite books to read were about kids who had lots of friends and the… Continue reading The Books We Can’t Find


Cover Reveal!

That's right, it's that time again! Some of you may remember Dru from a few years ago; it was first released as a serial novella here on the blog. Searching the site will pull up the original version. Starting April 14, you'll be able to download a Kindle version, newly revised and expanded. Patrons will… Continue reading Cover Reveal!


Podcast interview!

A couple of weeks ago I was interviewed by Dianna Gunn for the Spoonie Authors Podcast. You can watch it on Youtube now, or follow this link for a transcript or audio-only download. We chat about disability, chronic illness, historical research, and weird stuff authors do (mostly weird stuff I do). Check it out! Like… Continue reading Podcast interview!


Video Games for Knitters

I'll admit, I'm a casual gamer at best, but I have seen several video games across platforms in the past few years that reference knitting or crafting. I haven't played most of these yet, but I'll be getting my first console in a few weeks and these are definitely on my list. Animal Crossing Pocket… Continue reading Video Games for Knitters

books, knitting

Giving the Boot

...A new set of boot toppers. I love my boots. But I have a weird thing, especially with my knee high boots--I hate the sound the zipper pull makes when I walk. I'm also a bit knock-kneed, so sometimes they rub together. Enter a pair of neutral boot cuffs. I knit these using some random… Continue reading Giving the Boot


Upcoming Events

Have you checked my author pages yet? I have several events coming up soon! January 18: Introduction to Drop Spindle class at Maker's Mercantile Join me for a 2 hour introductory lesson into spinning with a drop spindle! We'll cover the quick and dirty basics to get you started asap, answer questions, and provide resources… Continue reading Upcoming Events

books, tarot

Sunday Tarot

Happy Sunday, everyone! Thanks for joining me for my first tarot blog. I've always enjoyed the idea of tarot, the beautiful cards, and the idea of leaning more about the future/yourself through divination. At present, tarot plays a role in my ongoing story for Patrons, and practicing makes it easier for me to write those… Continue reading Sunday Tarot

books, history

Would this Kill Me in the 1800s: Rh Factor

You may remember an embarrassingly long time ago, I took a poll on Twitter to see what you guys wanted to be the subject of my next WtKM1800s post to be. The winner was Rh factor. I'm sorry it's taken so long for me to get to this point, but here we are at last.… Continue reading Would this Kill Me in the 1800s: Rh Factor