Shorts for the Weekend — Lemon Trees at Sunset, featuring SR Mallery

Saturday, September 10, 2022  Hello everyone, and welcome back to this casual series of “Shorts for the Weekend.”  They’re written by yours truly, but illustrated with images created by and/or supplied by the featured guest. Today’s images were provided by an author you’ve gotten acquainted with here, S.R. (Sarah) Mallery.  She took the beautiful orange … More Shorts for the Weekend — Lemon Trees at Sunset, featuring SR Mallery

Shorts for the Weekend — Lulu Returns Featuring the Story Reading Ape

Saturday, September 3, 2022 Chris Graham, the Story Reading Ape, sent me the coolest steampunk image. I’m not sure why, but it immediately brought Hullaba Lulu to mind.  I re-created the image Chris sent adding Lulu. However, that’s at the end of the story, so it won’t spoil anything.  This little story takes place at … More Shorts for the Weekend — Lulu Returns Featuring the Story Reading Ape

Shorts for the Weekend — Urban Waterfalls or Can’t Find My Way Home

Saturday, August 27, 2022 REVISED INTRODUCTION Hello everyone, and welcome to the first in my series of illustrated short stories. Most, if not all of these will be stand-alone short stories. There are no other episodes of the story below. Writing long-running blog serials is really intensive work.  I’ll certainly do another serial, but I … More Shorts for the Weekend — Urban Waterfalls or Can’t Find My Way Home

#NewBook, The Armadillo Files, now in book form

Monday, August 8, 2022 Update:  “The Armadillo Files” premiered at #1 in its category at Amazon! How should I say this…?  Tell everybody, but just don’t tell the ending! Announcing… The Armadillo Files It’s comic, cosmic, colorful, captivatingly calamitous, campy, and charmingly cray-cray! Many of you are not around for the weekends, when I post … More #NewBook, The Armadillo Files, now in book form

The Armadillo Files, Episode 34, Why do you have that? — Featuring Resa McConaghy

Saturday, August 6, 2022 Welcome.  You’ve reached Teagan’s Books.  The Time Manatees have intercepted your transmission. There is nothing wrong with your electronic device. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. The Forty Ferrets are controlling this transmission. You are about to participate in a great adventure. You are about to experience the awe and … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 34, Why do you have that? — Featuring Resa McConaghy

The Armadillo Files, Episode 33, How much is that? — Featuring Roberta Cheadle

Saturday, July 30, 2022 You’ve reached Teagan’s Books. There is nothing wrong with your electronic device. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. Time Manatees are controlling transmission. You are about to participate in a great adventure. You are about to experience the awe and mystery which reaches from the inner mind to… The Armadillo … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 33, How much is that? — Featuring Roberta Cheadle

The Armadillo Files, Episode 32, Who would do that? — Featuring Pete Springer

Saturday, July 23, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files. There is nothing wrong with your electronic device. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission. You are about to participate in a great adventure. You are about to experience the awe and mystery which reaches from the inner mind to… The Armadillo … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 32, Who would do that? — Featuring Pete Springer

The Armadillo Files, Episode 31, What’s her name? — Featuring Tim Price

Saturday, July 16, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files… the serial is hopping toward its conclusion.  If you’re wondering what’s next, please take a look at my previous post.  I put out a call to photographers and artists.  You might want to participate. Random Reader Things New Mexico’s Tim Price and I have been following … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 31, What’s her name? — Featuring Tim Price

The Armadillo Files, Episode 30, What’s that sound? — Featuring D. Wallace Peach

Saturday, July 9, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files. Stay tuned for zaniness.   Random Reader Things You probably know the stunningly talented D. Wallace Peach aka Diana from multiple fantasy series and her marvelous blog.  If you haven’t read The Ferryman and the Sea Witch, get it quick, because she’ll be launching something new before … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 30, What’s that sound? — Featuring D. Wallace Peach

#ThursdayDoors to My Author’s Mind — Noisy Characters

Thursday, July 7, 2022    Welcome to my sanctuary, everyone.  To those of you in the USA, I hope you were able to enjoy Independence Day.  To my neighbors to the north, I hope it was a lovely Canada Day.   Thursday Doors, is a weekly feature hosted by Dan Antion.  It allows door lovers … More #ThursdayDoors to My Author’s Mind — Noisy Characters

The Armadillo Files, Episode 29, Who’s That? — Featuring Teri Polen

Saturday, July 2, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files… and we’re back!  Thanks for bearing with me while I finished “Dead of Winter.”  Now back to the free story. Random Reader Things You might remember Teri Polen from her annual October event, Bad Moon Rising.  She recently launched the second installment of “The Colony” series, … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 29, Who’s That? — Featuring Teri Polen

The Armadillo Files, Episode 28, What will I be? — Featuring Dan Antion

Saturday, June 25, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files… and we’re back!  Thanks for bearing with me while I finished “Dead of Winter.”  Now back to the free story. Random Reader Things Since Dan Antion just launched his first novel, it felt right that his “three things” helped guide this new episode.  Those things are: … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 28, What will I be? — Featuring Dan Antion

The Armadillo Files, Episode 27 — What side-effects?

Saturday, March 26, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files. We now resume your regularly scheduled program. Random Reader Things This episode features three random reader things from a non-blogging reader in Maryland who wishes to remain anonymous.  They worked nicely for the latest setting, and helped me get to writing this episode.  Those things are:  … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 27 — What side-effects?

The Armadillo Files, Episode 26 — Featuring Olga Núñez Miret

Saturday, March 12, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files. Yes, I’m a little late, but I’m happy you’re here. Random Reader Things A few weeks ago, Olga Núñez Miret commented that the cave reminded her of “Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves.”  A tickle began in the back of my mind.  A week or so … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 26 — Featuring Olga Núñez Miret

The Armadillo Files, Episode 24 — Featuring Lauren Scott

Saturday, February 26, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for a wild and… psychedelic ride.  We’ll have mushrooms one more time. “Stop children. What’s that sound? Everybody look what’s going down…” Stephen Stills I usually like 1960s original recordings best.  But I do love some good swamp blues, especially when it’s Tab Benoit.  Thanks … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 24 — Featuring Lauren Scott

The Armadillo Files, Episode 23 — Featuring Mushrooms, and GP Cox too

Saturday, February 19, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for a wild and crazy ride. When mentioning my weird imagination, more than a few people have asked me if I was doing drugs, specifically the psychedelic kind. After this chapter you might ask the same question. The answer is “No.”  Although lately I’ve … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 23 — Featuring Mushrooms, and GP Cox too

The Armadillo Files, Episode 22 — Featuring Ginger

Saturday, February 12, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  I’m sorry that I’ve been absent from your blogs and social media.  Similar to most of my characters I have… issues.  Lately it’s been harder than usual for me to deal with them.  Thanks to those of you who asked offline about me and about Crystal. … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 22 — Featuring Ginger

Thursday Doors to Enchantment — In the Pink

Thursday, February 10, 2022 Thursday Doors to Enchantment Thursday Doors is a blog event hosted by Dan Antion.  Since the motto of my adopted state is Land of Enchantment, and because I usually write about magical things, I call my “Doors” posts Doors to Enchantment.  Characters I’ve created for books written in years past are like … More Thursday Doors to Enchantment — In the Pink

Cover Reveal — Dead of Winter: Journey 13, The Harbor

Saturday, February 5, 2022 For the only one I hold dearknowledge that an ending is comingFrozenBusiness obligationsFriends wanting helpNeighbors in needall my pathetic efforts dissatisfactory“Shoulds” in multitudesFrozena giant bulbous shape of ashwaiting to crumble No, that certainly isn’t poetry.  It’s not even a stream of consciousness because it has no flow.  It just is. A … More Cover Reveal — Dead of Winter: Journey 13, The Harbor

Thursday Doors to Enchantment — & New from SR Mallery

Thursday, January 27, 2022 Thursday Doors to Enchantment Thursday Doors is a blog event hosted by Dan Antion.  Since the motto of my adopted state is Land of Enchantment, and because I usually write about magical things, I call my “Doors” posts Doors to Enchantment.   Who knows what enchantment may be hidden behind a door?  This … More Thursday Doors to Enchantment — & New from SR Mallery

Wednesday Writing — 2 #BookReviews from Olga Núñez Miret

Wednesday, January 26, 2022 I wasn’t going to do a Wednesday post, because I had something for Thursday Doors.  I’ve been having a personal difficulty that left me exhausted, but when I saw two wonderful reviews from Olga Núñez Miret, I felt rejuvenated.    As Olga said, “Winter is no longer coming. It is here … More Wednesday Writing — 2 #BookReviews from Olga Núñez Miret

The Armadillo Files, Episode 21 — Featuring Geoff Le Pard

Saturday, January 22, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness. The kind of spontaneous storytelling I do with my blog serials can lead to paradoxical problems — especially when you’re writing at break-neck speed, the way I’ve had to do The Armadillo Files.  I accidently dug that kind of hole for myself … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 21 — Featuring Geoff Le Pard

Wednesday Writing & Thursday Doors — Answering Diana’s Challenge

Wednesday, January 19, 2022 Welcome to my sanctuary.  I hope everyone is having a wonderful week.  In the magic of Teagan’s Books, today it’s both Wednesday and Thursday.  I’m combining my response to a writing challenge from D. Wallace Peach with Thursday Doors, hosted by Dan Antion. https://nofacilities.com/2022/01/20/old-wethersfield-business/  What can I say? There was a … More Wednesday Writing & Thursday Doors — Answering Diana’s Challenge

The Armadillo Files, Episode 20 — Featuring Henry Apesly

Saturday, January 15,2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness.   It’s been a long time, but Chris Graham, the Story Reading Ape, and I collaborated on several short stories with my flapper character Paisley Idelle Peabody, aka Pip, and his character, a genius ape named Artie.  It all started with Time Travel Esc-Ape.  Then … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 20 — Featuring Henry Apesly

The Armadillo Files, Episode 19 — Featuring Pat at eQuips

Saturday, January 8, 2022 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness. I think a new character is on the horizon. Random Reader Things Today’s random reader things are from Pat at eQuips blog.  They are Pigtails, Saddle Shoes, and Corset. Previously in The Armadillo Files Marie Browning’s name disappeared from the employee list for … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 19 — Featuring Pat at eQuips

The Armadillo Files, Episode 18 — Featuring GP Cox

Saturday, January 1, 2022 Happy New Year, everyone!  You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  It’s unreal so hold on tight. I meant to give myself a week off.  However, the real world had other plans.  Add to that… to be honest, I’m not doing well with my “stuff,” although I’m not exactly sure why.  I’m not … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 18 — Featuring GP Cox

Announcing Dead of Winter: Journey 12 — Goddesses

Monday, December 28, 2021 Announcing the December issue of Dead of Winter! I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season.  I’ve been working hard to finish the next novelette in “Dead of Winter.”  Happily, I published it on Christmas Eve.   Here’s the Blurb Dead of Winter: Journey 12, Goddesses So far in the Journeys … More Announcing Dead of Winter: Journey 12 — Goddesses

Thursday Doors Challenge & Free e-Book (UPDATED)

Thursday, December 16, 2021 Thursday Doors Challenges Thursday Doors Badge Challenge I’m updating this post to include an entry for the Thursday Doors Badge.  Here’s my humble offering. Thursday Doors Favorite Doors Challenge This time, I’m the one responding to a challenge.  The host of Thursday Doors, Dan Antion has a few challenges going this … More Thursday Doors Challenge & Free e-Book (UPDATED)

Wednesday Writing — Dead of Winter Challenge Responses

Wednesday, December 15, 2021 Dead of Winter Creativity Challenge Welcome, everyone.  I hope the week is going well for all of you.  Today I’m showing links to some of the wonderful responses to my Dead of Winter Creativity Challenge.  Each is a different form of creativity.  I’ll continue to collect responses until December 24, 2021, … More Wednesday Writing — Dead of Winter Challenge Responses

The Armadillo Files, Episode 17 — Featuring Chris Graham

Saturday, December 11, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness.   Random Reader Things The three things that drive this episode are from author and blogger Chris Graham, also known as The Story Reading Ape.  Click over and check out his amazing resources for writers. You’re sure to find an amazing, varied collection … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 17 — Featuring Chris Graham

The Armadillo Files, Episode 16 — Featuring Alford Kindred

Saturday, December 4, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for weirdness with some reality.   The Armadillo Files image by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene Random Reader Things The three things that drive this episode are from a friend and former colleague, Alford Kindred. He doesn’t have a blog, but if you’re interested in connecting with … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 16 — Featuring Alford Kindred

Wednesday Writing — Dead of Winter Challenge

Wednesday, December 1, 2021 Welcome December! Welcome to my cozy sanctuary in the Land of Enchantment.  For many years I lived in dread of December’s weather… and January, and February, and even March when I lived on the east coast.  However, in the high desert southwest, I love December and the rest of winter.  Speaking … More Wednesday Writing — Dead of Winter Challenge

The Armadillo Files, Episode 15 — Featuring D.L. Finn

Saturday, November 27, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for weirdness with some reality.  Today’s Tidbit of Truth is certainly weird.  How so?  Read on. Random Reader Things The three things that drive this episode are from author and blogger D. L. Finn, also known as Denise.  Click over and check out her … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 15 — Featuring D.L. Finn

Giving Thanks

Wednesday, November 24, 2021 Happy Thanksgiving In my country, tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day.  I’m giving thanks for all of you no matter where you are.  Despite the many times “we” (as a country or segments of the population) have brought shame upon ourselves, I’m also thankful to live here, to have been born here. I’m … More Giving Thanks

The Armadillo Files, Episode 14 — Featuring Priscilla Bettis

Sunday, November 21, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for absurdity touched with reality.  I know this episode is late, so let’s just get right to it. Random Reader Things The three things that drive the episode are from Priscilla Bettis.  Click over and check out her blog, you’re sure to find interesting … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 14 — Featuring Priscilla Bettis

Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 11, The Sumelazon Escarpment

day, November , 2021 Announcing the November issue of Dead of Winter! Thanks for your patience this month.  Allow me to present the latest novelette in Dead of Winter — Journey 11, the Sumelazon Escarpment  I know you’re wondering how many installments are left.  Don’t hold me to it, but I think there will be two … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 11, The Sumelazon Escarpment

The Armadillo Files, Episode 13 — Featuring Darlene Foster

Saturday, November 13, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for absurdity touched with reality.  Random Reader Things This intro is all about “Girl Power.”  That’s appropriate since the three things that drive the episode are from Darlene Foster, author of the Amanda Travels series.  Her random reader things are Land Girls (aka Women’s Land … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 13 — Featuring Darlene Foster

Wednesday Writing — Dead of Winter is coming

Wednesday, November 10, 2021 Dead of Winter is coming However, it’s taking more time to get the November novelette ready. I didn’t simply choose stop/start points in the 1,000+ epic I wrote a decade ago. Each month, in addition to editing the manuscript, I reorganize things for a better “serial” flow. Also for this format, … More Wednesday Writing — Dead of Winter is coming

The Armadillo Files, Episode 12 — Featuring Beth

Saturday, November 6, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness. Three Random Reader Things This episode features “things” from Beth at the I Didn’t Have My Glasses On blog.  Beth’s three things are Post Office, Bicycle, and Tomatoes.  I know I’ve used bicycle already, but it’s back with the rest of her … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 12 — Featuring Beth

Wednesday Writing — Readers Outside Your Genre & #BookReviews

Wednesday, November 3, 2021 Happy November, everyone! Thanks for visiting my sanctuary.  Pour a glass of your favorite beverage, and maybe get a snack, put your feet up and relax here for a moment.  One of the things that delights me most is when a reader enjoys my stories — even though they don’t usually … More Wednesday Writing — Readers Outside Your Genre & #BookReviews

The Armadillo Files, Episode 11 — Featuring Christine Robinson

Saturday, October30, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for spook-tacular silliness.  Yes, I know I’m late.  I think all your good wishes brought back my unreliable Internet. Sort of like clapping for Tinkerbell and chanting “I believe in fairies!”  In this case, pink fairy armadillos. The past few episodes of The Armadillo Files … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 11 — Featuring Christine Robinson

Wednesday Writing — Cover Reveal for Journey 11

Wednesday, October 27, 2021 Hello, everyone. As the Journeys of Dead of Winter draw near their end, so does this year.  For my location, the approaching solstice (Halloween, Samhain, and other names) falls halfway between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice.  In most of the countries of Dead of Winter, it also marks the … More Wednesday Writing — Cover Reveal for Journey 11

The Armadillo Files, Episode 10 — Featuring Resa McConaghy

Saturday, October 23, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for nuttiness.  This started as a promotion last time for Teri Polen’s yearly October festival of horror and suspense, Bad Moon Rising.  However, along the way I decided to have my own three part Halloween celebration.  This would be part two.  Three Random Reader … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 10 — Featuring Resa McConaghy

The Armadillo Files, Episode 9 — Featuring Bad Moon Rising

Saturday, October 16, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files, even though it might at first look like author Teri Polen’s yearly October festival of horror and suspense, Bad Moon Rising. Three Bad Moon Things In support of the aforementioned event, my things for this episode are Bad, Moon, and Rising. Unfortunately, I didn’t have the … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 9 — Featuring Bad Moon Rising

Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 10, Pergesca

Wednesday, October 13, 2021 The October issue of Dead of Winter is here! Welcome everyone! Thanks for your patience this month.  Today I announce the latest novelette in Dead of Winter.  It seems like only a few weeks ago that I started these Journeys.  Now we are on the tenth month. Wow.  We are nearing … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 10, Pergesca

The Armadillo Files Character Profiles — Fang

Saturday, October 2, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files… sort of.  Sometimes I can’t do everything. To be blunt, September was extremely rough for me.  Plus I have a “real world” gig that came up with a quick deadline. There is not a new chapter today, but it’s not like I’m giving myself a break. … More The Armadillo Files Character Profiles — Fang

Cover Reveal — Dead of Winter: Journey 10, Pergesca

Wednesday, September 29, 2021 Welcome, my friends.  I’m hard at work on the October issue of Dead of Winter, so this post is just a quick cover reveal.  In the tenth installment of this epic fantasy, the travelers set out for the far away city which is the ancient seat of power of the Society of … More Cover Reveal — Dead of Winter: Journey 10, Pergesca

The Armadillo Files, Episode 8 — Featuring J-Dubs

Saturday, September 25, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness.  It’s a new season, autumn for me.  Wherever you are, I hope the equinox brought you positive vibes.  Featured Bloggers This episode features “things” from Jill, aka J-Dubs at the Grin and Bear It blog.  Thanks again to Timothy Price of Off … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 8 — Featuring J-Dubs

Wednesday Writing — Animals, Horses

Wednesday, September 22, 2021 Hello, everyone.  It’s hard to believe that autumn is already here.  Particularly since my area has been having hotter than normal temperatures for three weeks.  Horsefeathers!  Maybe that’s why the procrastinator part of my brain is in overdrive. (That’s my excuse and I’m stickin’ with it.)  While I should be getting … More Wednesday Writing — Animals, Horses

The Armadillo Files, Episode 7 — Featuring Owls

Saturday, September 18, 2021 Welcome to my sanctuary. You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness.   Featured Bloggers Several of my author and blogger friends absolutely love owls — so much so that they are featured in their blog designs or names, or books.  Some who come to mind are Olga Núñez Miret, Viv … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 7 — Featuring Owls

The Armadillo Files, Episode 6 — Featuring GP Cox

Saturday, September 11, 2021 Everyone here is aware of the significance of September 11th.  It continues to trigger heartfelt pain in many of us.  I begin this post with a moment of silence.  Then I ask you to escape with me into something whimsical. Respectfully, I need us to be happy. * * * Welcome … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 6 — Featuring GP Cox

The Armadillo Files, Episode 5 — Featuring Pat of eQuips

Saturday, September 4, 2021 You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness.  First, in case you missed it, Dead of Winter: Journey 9, Doors of Attunement went live on Thursday.  Details on that at the end of this post. Historic Tidbits This week’s random reader things are from Pat at eQuips blog.  Here are … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 5 — Featuring Pat of eQuips

Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 9, Doors of Attunement

Thursday, September 2, 2021 The September issue of Dead of Winter ready! Welcome to my sanctuary.  Try not to let that giant eye worry you.  During the past ten days, I’ve put in so many long hours each day, but I’m on track and here to announce the latest novelette in Dead of Winter.  To … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 9, Doors of Attunement

The Armadillo Files, Episode 4 — Featuring Chris Graham the Story Reading Ape

Saturday, August 28, 2021 Welcome back to The Armadillo Files.  For the moment we’re still on the Jupiter AM-18 rocket in 1959.  Better hang on tight.  The ride is about to get bumpy. Historic Tidbits First, here are a couple of historic tidbits.  If the image above is unexpected, that will be cleared up in … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 4 — Featuring Chris Graham the Story Reading Ape

Wednesday Writing — I write like who? And Cover Reveal

Wednesday, August 25, 2021 Just before I started writing this post, the part of my brain that I call “Squirrel” because it bounces around like a dog who’s just seen a squirrel… Squirrel!!!  Where was I?  Oh, yeah. I had landed on something about the “I Write Like” place that most writers have visited at … More Wednesday Writing — I write like who? And Cover Reveal

The Armadillo Files, Episode 3 — Featuring Ms. Frances

Saturday, August 21, 2021 Hello. You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Are you ready to let your imagination loose? Even though story is not intended to be realistic at all, I like adding historic tidbits.  I haven’t had time to explain them previously. So I’m doing that right now, with the ones I’ve used so far.  … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 3 — Featuring Ms. Frances

The Armadillo Files, Episode 2 — Featuring Fraggle

Saturday, August 14, 2021 Hello, all.  Welcome back to The Armadillo Files.  I’m still racing to keep up. Even though I’d like to do a preamble with all the history tidbits that have been in the story so far, there just wasn’t time. Here I am again, staying up late to write the episode and format … More The Armadillo Files, Episode 2 — Featuring Fraggle

Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 8, The Lost Library

Wednesday, August 11, 2021 The August issue of Dead of Winter is here! Welcome everyone.  Thanks for visiting my sanctuary.  The “lost library” is one of the mental places where I like to relax.  Although, in Dead of Winter, it may not be a safe harbor.  Our characters definitely need to proceed with caution.  In Journey … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 8, The Lost Library

New Interactive Serial — The Armadillo Files, Episode 1

Saturday, August 7, 2021 Hello, all.  Are you ready for the takeoff?  I’ve used this video before, but I love the song (and it was a really cool anime series too), and it’s just perfect for this beginning.  The all new, interactive, reader-thing driven serial is here!  My overbooked status continued throughout last week.  I’m still … More New Interactive Serial — The Armadillo Files, Episode 1

Wednesday Writing — Cover Reveal, Dead of Winter: Journey 8, The Lost Library

Wednesday, July 28, 2021 Hello, everyone.  It’s hard to believe that July is almost gone.  Where does the time go?  This is only a quick post.  I’m trying not to freak out, with “Dead of Winter: Journey 8, The Lost Library” and the new blog serial — which I hope to launch this Saturday, competing for … More Wednesday Writing — Cover Reveal, Dead of Winter: Journey 8, The Lost Library

Wednesday Writing — Pride & Flowers, Prejudice & Dirigibles

Wednesday, July 21, 2021 Welcome, everyone.  Mother Nature has been wreaking havoc across her planet.  Wherever you are, I hope you are safe and well. I have multiple pots on the fire.  This one won’t be mentioned very often.  However, since the new serial platform, #KindleVella just became available to readers, I’m dedicating a post … More Wednesday Writing — Pride & Flowers, Prejudice & Dirigibles

Wednesday Writing — Research & Character Creation

Wednesday, July 14, 2021 Welcome, all.  Even though I engage in full-on whimsy, and often pantser (fly by the seat of my pants) through stories, everything I do is for a reason.  Today I’m explaining what undoubtedly seems like a strange quirk on my part — the color green.  That also relates to a character … More Wednesday Writing — Research & Character Creation

Wednesday Writing — Beware the Fearsome Boobrie!

Wednesday, June 30, 2021 Hello, everyone.  Today we bid farewell to June.  However, it is still June.  The July issue of “Dead of Winter” is on schedule for release on the first Wednesday of the month.  (Although I don’t commit to a firm publication schedule, that’s my own generally desired date.) I’m sharing some of … More Wednesday Writing — Beware the Fearsome Boobrie!

Thistledown – Midsummer Bedlam by Teagan Riordain Geneviene #bookreview #folktales #myths — Books and Such

Monday, June 28, 2021 This weekend, after a two-year run, I posted the final episode of The Delta Pearl, my latest blog serial.  It seems fitting somehow, that Teri Polen also posted her review of the novel version of one of my past serials, Thistledown — Midsummer Bedlam.  I’m excited to see this whimsical tale of … More Thistledown – Midsummer Bedlam by Teagan Riordain Geneviene #bookreview #folktales #myths — Books and Such

#BookReviews — Olga Núñez Miret on Dead of Winter 5 & 6

Tuesday, June 15, 2021   One of Dan Antion‘s baseball playing crows stopped to check things out.  Promo image by Teagan, crow by Dan.  Olga Núñez Miret provides not just a double-feature review of both the May and June issues of “Dead of Winter,” but reader guidance through the story.  Click over and join the … More #BookReviews — Olga Núñez Miret on Dead of Winter 5 & 6

Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 6, The Fluting Fell

Wednesday, June 2, 2021 Update:  The paperback is now also available.  Universal purchase link: relinks.me/B096CPJNSX Welcome June — and welcome to you too, everyone. Last month the May issue of “Dead of Winter” ended with a ginormous cliffhanger at “Llyn Pistyll Falls.”  Today I’m pleased to announce Journey 6, the Fluting Fell, and get us … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 6, The Fluting Fell

Pause for Reflection

Saturday, May 29, 2021 Hello, my chuckaboos.  Thanks for coming to the river.  The Delta Pearl has paused for a moment of silence for this Memorial Day weekend.   Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military.  It … More Pause for Reflection

Stay Tuned

Saturday, May 8, 2021 Hello, my chuckaboos.  Thanks for coming to the river.  It’s good to see you, but I just didn’t have the energy to make a Delta Pearl post for today.  Everything is fine, but the past seven days have been overflowing with… stuff.  One good thing was that I was able to … More Stay Tuned

Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 5, Llyn Pistyll Falls — Giveaway Winners

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 Hello again, everyone.  The deadline for giveaway entries passed at 5 PM.  Random number generators make this so easy that I’m announcing the winners tonight.  Remember this includes entries from a Facebook post I did yesterday before the geeky-gishy-giddyness of the number 5 took hold of me.  I will reach out … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 5, Llyn Pistyll Falls — Giveaway Winners

Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 5, Llyn Pistyll Falls — and a Giveaway!

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 Happy Cinco de Mayo!  Hello, everyone. Welcome to a celebration of synchronicity!  It’s May 5th, and today I announce the fifth Journey of “Dead of Winter.”  No I did not plan this in advance.  Update! The paperback is now available too. Universal link: relinks.me/B0942KC471 When I realized the timing, I got all geeky-gishy-giddy. … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 5, Llyn Pistyll Falls — and a Giveaway!

The Delta Pearl 72 — Hide. Plus a DoW-5 Cover Reveal

Saturday, May 1, 2021 Happy May Day.  Sorry for the delay — there was a WordPress scheduling error. Thank you for coming back to the river, my chuckaboos!  This post is a bit of a hodgepodge. There’s a featured image from my Designed & Ready Book Covers service.  Plus I’m finishing up Dead of Winter: … More The Delta Pearl 72 — Hide. Plus a DoW-5 Cover Reveal

ANNOUNCING — Dead of Winter: Journey 4, The Old Road

Wednesday, April 14, 2021  The April Journey is finally here! Dead of Winter: Journey 4, The Old Road I never intended to do much writing when I decided to convert this epic novel into an Amazon serial of monthly novelettes.  It was already plenty long.  However, this Journey gave me the chance to tell part … More ANNOUNCING — Dead of Winter: Journey 4, The Old Road

ANNOUNCING Dead of Winter: Journey 3, The Fever Field, and #Bookreview of Journey 2, Penllyn from Roberta Cheadle

Wednesday, March 3, 2021 You know what they say about “the best laid plans of mice and (wo)men…”  I wanted to announce “Dead of Winter: Journey 3, The Fever Field” and schedule the post for my usual Wednesday slot at midnight Eastern Time.  Unfortunately, my life has been ruled by Murphy’s Law this week, and … More ANNOUNCING Dead of Winter: Journey 3, The Fever Field, and #Bookreview of Journey 2, Penllyn from Roberta Cheadle

The Delta Pearl 63 — Whistle

Saturday, February 6, 2021 But first, for those who aren’t here on Wednesdays… Announcing Dead of Winter: Journey 2, Penllyn At the beginning of 2021, I started monthly, serialized novelettes of an epic fantasy, “Dead of Winter.”  Journey 1, Forlorn Peak was released then.  This week I published, Journey 2, Penllyn.  For that announcement click here. (Description … More The Delta Pearl 63 — Whistle

Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 2, Penllyn

Wednesday, February 3, 2021  February is here & so is the 2nd monthly installment Dead of Winter: Journey 2, Penllyn January 2021 actually began one good thing — monthly, serialized novelettes of an epic fantasy, “Dead of Winter.”  Journey 1, Forlorn Peak was released a month ago. I actually wrote Dead of Winter ten years … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 2, Penllyn