The stories are in! First thing first? Huge appreciative thanks to everyone who took part. Recent events in queer romance have us all a little dented, I think, so focusing on a romance flash fiction piece might have been some pretty awful timing, but I'm so happy to see such wonderful stories. You're all amazing. … Continue reading March Flash Fiction Draw Roundup
It's time for more of my favourite reads, and today I figured I'd go gay. Well, y'know, I'm always gay, but today... You know what? Never mind. Here are some more of the books I read this year and loved. If you love yourself some gay fiction, I have some options for you. Or, y'know, … Continue reading Make the Yuletide Gay
The wonderful Elizabeth Lister‘s Friday Flash Fics challenge continues. Today's picture suited perfectly for a moment that takes place in Ian's life shortly after the events of one of the stories in my upcoming collection of short fiction, Of Echoes Born, so I decided to flesh it out a bit for the challenge. I have a … Continue reading Friday Flash Fiction – The Next When
The wonderful Elizabeth Lister's Friday Flash Fiction challenges continue. I missed last week, but I'm back for the third, with this lovely piece of inspiration, below. These involve characters you'll meet in my upcoming collection of short fiction, Of Echoes Born, from Bold Strokes Books. I went a bit over word count this week, but … Continue reading Friday Flash Fiction — Morning After, After Mourning
Hey everyone! I'm off today to Romancing the Capital. If you're also coming to the awesome romance conference here in Ottawa, here's where I'll be over the next three days: Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 (today!) 4:00 pm - Indie, Publisher, and Hybrid - What's the Best Choice? - Kanata B Room - A discussion with Milly … Continue reading Romancing the Capital – August 3rd-5th – Where I’ll Be!
Sunday Shorts has kind of fallen by the wayside a bit this year—mea culpa—but I'm going to play some catch-up. I've been reading short fiction and novellas with a full on clip this year, but the reviewing part? Well, as I said: mea culpa. I try to be the guy who owns up when I … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – “The Loft,” by Elizabeth Lister