Yesterday, while I was at Limestone Genre Expo, some other genre news happened: the Prix Aurora Awards ballot was released, and it turns out Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks was nominated in the Best Young Adult Novel category. First, huge congratulations to everyone on the ballot, in all the categories. I'm particularly stoked to see … Continue reading Cole Just Poofed onto The Aurora Ballot!
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!
It's officially December 1st, which means the Bold Strokes Books webstore is officially selling the December titles, which means Cole Tozer is ready to get out in the world. I'm sure he has a plan. Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks can be in your e-device of choice in moments if you pick it up from … Continue reading Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks available Now from Bold Strokes Books
Everyone ready for the last day of Can-Con? What's Can-Con? Well, if you've not been around the last couple of days, it's the Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature (see why we call it "Can-Con"?), and it's fabulous. Also, not only am I taking part in Can-Con, but also myself, Christian Baines, and Stephen … Continue reading Can-Con 2018 — Where I’ll Be and the last day for the @BoldStrokeBooks table!
It's time for day two of Can-Con! What's Can-Con? It's the Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature (see how "Can-Con" rolls off the tongue easier?), and it's fantastic. Also, bonus, as I mentioned yesterday, not only am I taking part in Can-Con, myself, Christian Baines, and Stephen Graham King are manning a table … Continue reading Can-Con 2018 — Where I’ll Be, and don’t forget the @BoldStrokeBooks Table!