Hey-o! It's the second Tuesday of the month, so that means the Bold Strokes Books titles that released this month, available at the BSB webstore since the first of the month in any format, are now available at your favourite e-tailer of choice! So happy other book birthday to "A Little Village Blend," my wee … Continue reading “A Little Village Blend” now available widely!
Hello! "A Little Village Blend" released on the Bold Strokes Books webstore today! (It'll go wide everywhere else on the 13th, don't worry!) Brilliant Cover from Inkspiral Design, yet again! According to Ivan’s sister Anya, Ivan’s tea leaves promise his perfect match is out there somewhere, just waiting to be swept off their feet. Ivan … Continue reading Back to the Village…
I'm a tea-drinker, through and through. That's not a surprise to anyone who's met me, but once or twice at conventions I've had super well-meaning readers ask me if they could get me a coffee, often mentioning how obvious it is I love coffee because of characters like the Bittersweets Club from my Village stories … Continue reading Coffee, Tea, and Me
With A Little Village Blend dropping in less than a week now from Bold Strokes Books (eee!), I thought I'd talk covers. The most wonderful thing about having a cover artist like Inkspiral is obviously how gorgeous the end result is, but I feel like cover art is one of those things we don't talk … Continue reading Anatomy of a Cover
It's coming up soon! There's only a week remaining until 'A Little Village Blend,' my wee gay romance novella, is available via Bold Strokes Books' webstore! (It launches everywhere else July 13th). Tea. Magic. A tall, dark, and grumpy soldier. A sister who is never wrong. Really, Ivan has a lot on his plate. According … Continue reading One Week Until ‘A Little Village Blend!’
Every time Pride Month rolls around, I find myself thinking about—long-time readers, prepare to be unsurprised—the whole non-inheritability of queer culture thing all over again. The sheer volume of "I don't even know what I don't know" that comes to most queerlings when they realize they're different, but by virtue of the people around them, … Continue reading Where the Hope Comes From