The @BoldStrokeBooks Bookathon!

The Bookathon


Hello! So, it turns out that the wonderful Bold Strokes Books has gathered a bunch of amazing authors and editors (and also me) together for an online literary festival. You can join us for panels, chats, and readings April 17th to the 19th. You do have to register to gain access to the individual panels, and you need to register for each and every one you want to go to. The link is:

So what’s going to be happening?

In short? A lot!

The Schedule

Bookathon_ScheduleAd-with registration link

The full descriptions and registration for each panel are at the link above, but you’ll notice little ol’ me at 7:00pm EST on a panel called “The Kids Are Alright.” Ashley Bartlett is going to moderate us through a discussion on YA and new adult fiction; the trends, tropes and trajectories in this ever expanding genre are going to be talked about, along with J. Marshall Freeman, Nan Higgins, and Stevie Mikayne. I can’t wait to hear them be smart and to bumble my way through basic questions. It’s a winning combination, for sure.

More, though, Bold Strokes is also doing a series of flash sales during the event itself, and it’s a bit time-sensitive, so here’s the heads up for those of you interested in queer YA:

The flash sales on ebooks are for each panel during the bookathon. The sales will start ten minutes before a panel ends and run for the next hour. So, the full details about the flash sale for my YA panel are:

Coupon code: KIDS
20% off off YA (no preorders)
Coupon will run on Friday, April 17th from 7:40PM to 9:00PM (EST)
Link to sale books:

The code is case-sensitive, and there will be other codes for other panels, so register now, and keep an eye out for the details while you’re listening, so you can nab a deal on the titles the authors talk about if you want to check them out.

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