Before anything else: Happy Pride! To all my fellow queer folk: you matter and the world is better for queer people being in it. Lesbian, Gay, Genderqueer, Bisexual, Bisexual+, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Aromantic, Agender, Two Spirit, Pansexual, Nonbinary... I say "Queer" most of the time because of how large an umbrella I want … Continue reading Happy Pride Month
Brilliant cover art is, as always, from Inkspiral Design. Apparently, sometime last night or yesterday a switch got flipped and so today I have more news of the unexpected variety: A new book! Pre-order links are starting to populate, even. I found out about those links, by the way, because I woke up to awesome … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Three Left Turns to Nowhere
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
Ta-da! Today is the second Monday of April, which means today is the deadline for the Flash Fiction Draw challenge that Jeffrey Ricker drew a week ago. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you can catch up here, but the short version is he uses a deck of cards to randomly select three … Continue reading April Flash Fiction Draw — “Dropped Stitches”
Today is the day! My latest Village novella, "Village Fool," is now available widely at all e-tailers (here's the link), as well as of course still being available through the publisher itself at the Bold Strokes Books webstore, where all the monthly releases are available early right on the first of every month. Art via … Continue reading “Village Fool” Officially Available Everywhere!
Hey everyone! Today is the second Monday of March, which means today is the deadline for the Flash Fiction Draw challenge that Jeffrey Ricker drew a week ago. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you can catch up here, but the short version is he used a deck of cards to randomly select … Continue reading March Flash Fiction Draw — “Tulips, in the Key of Philip”