When we first see Ceilidh, Devon, Shannon, and Jake, they are riding in a carriage in Scotland. It's the 1880s, and there are strange things happening throughout the planet. Some of these odd occurrences happen due to alien intervention. But some of them happen because of what human beings do.
The Real Heart of the Universe Adventures in Career Changing Killing Us Softly
In this, the second novel in the trilogy, Ceilidh deals head on with the problems she left behind in Ireland. And the biggest one is ....
Self-Review The Real Hub of the Universe Adventures in Career Changing
When Ceilidh leaves Ireland, she knows absolutely no one. She ends up as a charity case on a freighter, where there is a mysterious first mate who wears only black and never smiles. When the ship lands in Boston, it’s July 4—the Centennial. But nothing is open and there is no place for her to go. But through pluck and luck, and by shedding her Irish name and putting on a fake British accent, she lands a job with the wealthy Edwards family. She endures a lot of the standard indignities of the women of her time, including being paid less and being what we would now call sexually harassed.
It’s Time to Review Complications So Complications is one of those stories where it takes me a […]
New Cover of Untrustworthy Tathrelle Ixalla Adger Velexio
Consider Ixalla, One of My Original Characters Who is Ixalla? When I first started to write Untrustworthy, […]
All My Aliens Self-Review Adventures in Career Changing-props Nothing Good Ever Happens at 3 AM
The characters are the unnamed narrator and the 'people' she meets. Some are human. Others? Not so much.
Complex Evil Characters and character reviews
Where They Came From — how did I conjure someone up? Are they based on anyone I know?
Adventures in Career Changing | Ideas jar | Janet Gershen-Siegel
Ideas jar Do you have an ideas jar? Origin I first heard of this idea when I […]
The Badge of Humanity
When I first started to write The Obolonk Murders, I had no plan and no idea it would turn into three books. At this point, I knew I really needed to finish up already. One thing Untrustworthy has proven, over and over again, is the value of an outline.
Polymer
Review – The Polymer Beat The Polymer Beat moves the Obolonk action toward not just the robots […]
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