Hey all! I realize it's been very quiet around here of late—most recently that's been because of a string of migraines, worse luck—but I wanted to pop in with a few updates. The first update would be the absolute joy it was to go chat with O'Dell Hutchison on the 'Be Gay With Me' Podcast … Continue reading Be Gay With Me, Felix Navidad, and more!
As always, brilliant cover design from the incredible Inkspiral Design. It's hopefully no surprise to anyone who pops by here how much I adore audiobooks. I listened to books heading to and from work, and I still listen to books while I walk the doggo. Beyond the convenience, the accessibility of audiobooks is important to … Continue reading Handmade Holidays, now available in Audiobook
Hello! I've still not 100% decided what I'll be doing this year with the blog re: short fiction, but a weekly check-in of some sort is in the cards, and so I'll start in that manner, at least. What I've Been Reading I've got a few anthologies and novellas on the go right now. I … Continue reading Sunday Shorts
Last year, the vast majority of my reading was short fiction, which was by design, as I’m really, really good at buying collections and anthologies and then a new anthology or collection comes out and repeat and suddenly I’ve read one story from eleven different books. This led to my Short Stories 366 Project last … Continue reading Audiobooks, 2020
It's probably obvious by now how much I love a retelling, given how I try to write one every year, and so it's likely not a huge surprise that I loved this contemporary and gender-flipped version of "It's a Wonderful Life" from Camilla Pagan, "It's a Wonderful Wife." We meet Bailey George (who runs George … Continue reading Short Stories 366:356 — “It’s a Wonderful Wife,” by Camille Pagan
Before I start, I feel like I need to add a caveat about this day because of some issues I had with the format. I did end up enjoying "The Christmas Angel," but it's a rare "I'd suggest reading it, not listening to it" from me. For one, I had to speed up the playback … Continue reading Short Stories 366:355 — “The Christmas Angel,” by Eli Easton