About Alma Alexander

Alma Alexander's life so far has prepared her very well for her chosen career. She was born in a country which no longer exists on the maps, has lived and worked in seven countries on four continents (and in cyberspace!), has climbed mountains, dived in coral reefs, flown small planes, swum with dolphins, touched two-thousand-year-old tiles in a gate out of Babylon. She is a novelist, anthologist and short story writer who currently shares her life between the Pacific Northwest of the USA (where she lives with her husband and two cats) and the wonderful fantasy worlds of her own imagination. You can find out more about Alma on her website (www.AlmaAlexander.org), her Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/AuthorAlmaAlexander/), on Twitter (https://twitter.com/AlmaAlexander) or at her Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/AlmaAlexander)

Artist in Residence – Quarantine Diaries, Episode 3b: Pursuit of Pie, Part 2: Why does it never look anything like the picture in the recipe?

 Continuing from the Holmes pastiche – Okay so I tripped over a recipe – this one – https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/cinnamon-sugar-apple-pie/ – and I got sufficiently intrigued to print it out and make a decision to make it. You know, sometime. Well no … Continue reading

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Artist in Residence – Quarantine Diaries, Episode 3a: Pursuit of Pie, Part 1: The Case of the Recused Rolling Pin

“Holmes…” “Yes,, my dear Watson?” “Did you move the rolling pin?” “The rolling pin, Watson? We have such an object?” “Yes, indeed, Holmes! Every well equipped kitchen has one. It is instrumental in baking a pie.” “Are you baking a … Continue reading

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Artist In Residence: The Quarantine Diaries, Episode 2

I’m not sure about all of you but I’m falling prey to an odd sort of… paralysis. I pick up something to do and then I discover that I had unconsciously lain it down because I’m staring at the computer … Continue reading

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Superheroes, arise…

From small things do bigger things grow — cubs into lions, acorns into oaks, ideas into stories and then collections of stories and then worlds. Some time ago a friend tossed me an idea “challenge” — a story about a … Continue reading

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