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Nancy M. Griffis

Author and screenwriter who loves scifi/action/adventure/urban fantasy genres. I have two published novels, Mind Games and Eternal Investigations, as well as a short story published for charity called "Home Fires Burning." All are available through amazon.com and barnesandnobles.com.
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New Release: Fat Girl Finds Love At The End Of The World

I had some technical difficulties, but finally, my new novella is up at amazon.com and smashwords.com! I love this story so hard. It’s even a tiny bit autobiographical if I were to end up in a zombie apocalypse. Blurb: As a makeup artist in Hollywood, Beth had seen a lot of weird things over the … Continue reading

Cover Reveal – Fat Girl Finds Love At The End Of The World

My new novella! Yay!! I had so much fun writing this that I may actually make it into a series! Fat Girl Finds Love At The End Of The World: As a makeup artist in Hollywood, Beth had seen a lot of weird things over the years, but actual zombies took the cake. With no … Continue reading

New Release – Lander by J. Scott Coatsworth

Hello again! Twice in one day! I just wanted to share with you some excellent news about a new release from a fellow writer, J. Scott Coatsworth called Lander. It’s a m/m scifi romance (f/f inclusive) and sequel to Skythane (book two in the Oberon Cycle). I haven’t had a chance to read what is … Continue reading

New Release – A Most Unusual Honeymoon

It’s heeeere! This is a very short, flailing post to let you all know that the sequel is out now! You can get it at: Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and Smashwords! Yay!! And yes, it’s in print, too, via Amazon. Enjoy!!

A Most Unusual Honeymoon – Cover Reveal & Release Info!

I’m soooo excited! The sequel to my novel, A Most Unusual Wedding, is coming out on Valentine’s Day, 2/14/18! To celebrate this awesome occasion, I’ve got the new cover for you! In A Most Unusual Honeymoon, we see Gerald and Leo at the English seaside where they encounter new people, a wonderful little tourist town, … Continue reading

2018 – Here we come!

A lot of people make resolutions and goals for the new year and I’m no exception. We do it every year. Or, I do. I think that it’s a good thing to do because it makes you think, and dream, about the future. About 90% of my resolutions go by the wayside by around February, … Continue reading

NaNoWriMo 2017 – Wrap-up

Well, another year of NaNo is done and over with. How did I fare? …I’ve done better. ;o) I started out with the thought that I would write the sequel to my as-yet-unpublished contemporary fantasy novel. I had the outline. I already knew the world and the characters. Surely nothing could possibly get in the … Continue reading

The Privatization of Star Trek

When I first heard that CBS was going to make a new Trek tv show, I was thrilled. I’m a huge Trekkie. Janeway is my personal hero, Picard the man I most admire, and Spock a soulmate. I followed all the casting announcements like crazy. I admire all the showrunners and writers and actors involved. … Continue reading

National Novel Writing Month 2017

It’s that time of year again! National Novel Writing Month! Or NaNoWriMo for short. Or NaNo for even shorter! That most wonderful month where people try to write an entire novel in 30 days. Crazy, you say? Not really. It is 30 whole days, after all. If you’re organized, you can do it. The final … Continue reading

Becca Redford and the Big Bad Wolfhound – Review

Disclaimer: I know the author and was given a free copy of the book in exchange for the review. ———————————————– Book Summary: Becca Redford has a few problems in her life: divorcing parents, lots of detentions, and moving to a new town and into her Grandmother’s house with her newly single mom. Basically, she’s pretty … Continue reading

Nancy at the Tim Burton exhibit in L.A.

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