I listened to this holiday novella a while back, and honestly, it was mostly a feel-good from step one. The performer did a fairly solid job—I will admit initially the Xeno voice did make me think he was sort of snide, but it was the accent, not the dialog, so it passed quickly—and I didn't … Continue reading Sunday Shorts—Summerfield’s Angel by Kim Fielding
Since Faux Ho Ho released on the Bold Strokes Books website yesterday, and last month a fellow author and wonderful friend Marie Bilodeau asked me "are there more Village stories?" when I tweeted about it, it occurred to me I should really try and put all the Village stuff in one place, in case someone … Continue reading Returning to the Village
It turns out the elves at Bold Strokes Books worked some magic. If you pre-ordered Faux Ho Ho from the Bold Strokes Books webstore, you'll find your copy ready to go today, rather than the original December 10th release date. (If you're waiting for another store, like Kobo or Smashwords or the big-A, don't worry, … Continue reading Faux Ho Ho available now from Bold Strokes Books!
When Matthew Bright asked if I'd contribute another of my queer re-tellings to another holiday anthology, I was stoked. When I saw the company I was keeping in A Few More Winter Tales: Twelve More Christmas Tales, I was truly chuffed. Case in point? Sacchi Green's "A Little Bird Tells All." The story has such … Continue reading Sunday Shorts—A Little Bird Tells All, by Sacchi Green
The brilliant Inkspiral Design posted this awesome "anatomy of a cover" image today, and I love seeing all the bits and pieces that he used to make the cover for Faux Ho Ho. Funnily enough, the tattooed image that he chose for Dino kind of makes me wish I'd inked up Dino in the story. … Continue reading Anatomy of a Cover
It's rare I sit down and pick up a play. I used to love them, used to seek them out and read them, but then... Well. I'd probably lay the blame down on the English Literature half of my degree, where I was forced to read so many plays, and then further dissect them to … Continue reading Sunday Shorts—The Christmas Egg by Stephen M. Hornby