Hey all! I'll be speaking on September 18th at 10:00am—that's this Saturday!—at the Toronto Romance Writers 2021 Northern Hearts Conference on a topic near and dear to my heart: interlinking your short fiction to build a greater whole out of standalone parts. Here's the panel title and description: Short (and Sometimes Sweet) Shorter Fictions (and … Continue reading 2021 Northern Hearts Conference
Hey all! Sorry for the silence around here (Pandemic, injury, etcetera), but I do have a fun thing to share today: I'm back on the wonderful WROTE Podcast, talking all things Village Fool and teasing a bit about A Little Village Blend. So, if you've got three quarters of an hour to spare, click the … Continue reading The Most Annoying Trait in the World
Hello from social distancing! I hope you're all doing as well as can be expected in these topsy-turvy times, and that life is giving you as many breaks as it can from this ongoing anxiety and pressure. If you're feeling a little down about the lack of conventions and Pride (totally valid to feel that … Continue reading Keeping Up Appearances
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 … Continue reading The @BoldStrokeBooks Bookathon!
Hey all! It's #CanCon2019 starting, like, right now, and so, a quick post on where I'll be and when. The con is sold out (which is freaking incredible) but if you're in the area the Dealer Room is open to the public. (Oh, and sidenote: whilst not in these places, when the dealer's room is … Continue reading #CanCon2019 — Where I’ll Be!
Hello! I know, I know. This blog has basically been nothing but flash fics and short story reviews for a while now—not that there's anything wrong with that—but today I have actual updates on writing type news, and not only that but it's not one bit of news but two to share with y'all, and … Continue reading State of the ‘Nathan