(This is the part where I go, wait, what am I supposed to say?)
The basics: I'm a professor at the University of Montana where I teach in the anthropology department. I specialize in ancient DNA but I have no intention of cloning dinosaurs any time soon. Or Neanderthals for that matter. I work in a lab a lot and do my best to hide my insanity from my students.
I'm from California originally and am not so sure about this whole snowy winter thing here in Montana. I miss sunshine :)
Writing: my first novel, Colors Like Memories came out last year, which was awesome. Book 2, The Chemistry of Fate (more of a companion book than a sequel) is due out in April. Book 3 is under massive surgery and probably needs another round of anesthesia. And I hope to start querying another sci-fi book at some point in the near future. Writing is probably the only thing that keeps me sane!
If you're curious, I can be found on twitter and facebook too.
I'm looking forward to checking out everyone else's blogs and getting to meet you all!
|Unfortunately, today's binge deals with skeletal biology|
(oddly, not as fun as it might sound! :).