This is a much happier post to write about Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks. A while back, I mentioned that there was a problem getting the books out to e-tailers and retailers, especially in Canada. Well, good news. They've arrived! This is a shot of them arriving in a local brick-and-mortar up here in Canada, … Continue reading An Update on the Availability of Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks — They’re Arriving!
Hi everyone! I've had a lot of you reach out to me over the last few weeks about trying to get hold of Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks and how it's not happening, and I wanted to update everyone. First? Beyond anything else, thank you. The reason this happened turns out to be how awesome … Continue reading An Update on the Availability of Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks
Wow, that whole linear time thing does sure happen, doesn't it? A year ago, Saving the Date was released. It was a couple of "firsts" for me, too: my first co-authored work (alongside Angela S. Stone, who wrote the Zach POV chapters) and my first brush with a multi-author shared-world series (the 1Night Stand series … Continue reading Book Birthday: Saving the Date
I'm not sure there's an author out there who actually enjoys the self-promo part of writing. I always feel guilty, I wince, and it's out of reach of my confidence comfort zone. End result being awkwardness for everyone, which is so my zone, comfort or nay. So, while this is a promotion post, I'm going … Continue reading If You Liked…
Okay, this rocks. So, to celebrate the release of my queer YA novel Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks (isn't it pretty?), Bold Strokes Books is having a Flash Sale! This weekend, you get 30% off Young Adult ebook backlist titles at their webstore. Which titles? Click here. Now, I've read quite a few of … Continue reading YA Catch-up Sale at @BoldStrokeBooks
Today is the day. I'm just going to count to five or something. Maybe ten. Okay, probably fifteen at the very least. Today is the official release day for the queer YA novel I wrote over the last mumble-mumble years. As of today? You should see it available everywhere. As always, if you can, I'd … Continue reading Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks — Now Available Everywhere!