We've been in quarantine mode for 3 weeks now. The days still have a disconcerting sameness to them, but we've been trying for some semblance of normality.
When I decided to write a novel where science played into the plot, I didn't want to revert to standard tropes. I wanted the science to feel real.
Our second week in quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic: lots of anxiety and irrational guilt, but also the coming of spring & some good eats.
Bored with the same old breakfast? Throw together this muesli in five minutes, and you'll be all set to have a quick and nutritious morning meal.
A recap of our first week adapting to rapidly changing circumstances in the COVID-19 pandemic: school closures, remote work, and feelings of overwhelm.
This recipe is a vegan take on joojeh kebab, a popular Persian dish. Tempeh stands in for chicken here, though you could easily use tofu instead.
Music is a central component of my debut novel, When We Vanished, so I decided to create a playlist of songs that influenced the book.
These little cherry pie pockets are perfectly portable and absolutely delicious.
Ah, the ubiquitous crow. No matter where you are (at least here in the Pacific Northwest), you can be assured that crows will be there, too.
Go on a virtual tour of some of the locations mentioned in When We Vanished, the first book of the Call of the Crow Quartet.