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!
Yesterday, I was having a kind of off day. It was snowing (still, again, relentlessly) and I realized just how many books I needed to finish reading, and soon. I'm lucky enough to get ARCs for a lot of titles, but I'm falling behind, and it makes me feel guilty when I've agreed to read … Continue reading First Echo
I got my edits back for Triad Soul, and I've been plugging away at them this week. I have more items for my "personal foible" list now (who knew it was possible to be addicted to em-dashes?), but as always, the editing process is my favourite bit: it's where I get to see where … Continue reading Writing Wednesday – Edits!
Today, I finished Scrappy Little Nobody, Anna Kendrick's book. I listened to it—I really prefer to listen to biographies rather than to physically read them, especially if the author is the one reading the book (and even more especially if it's an autobiography). I like having that one-step-closer to knowing exactly the tone that the … Continue reading I’d Rather Listen
I had no idea it was happening, but it turns out my solo e-novella In Memoriam has launched. It was originally published as part of Wilde City Press's On the Run collection, so if you've got that, you've already got In Memoriam, but if you haven't, and you like your romance bittersweet (but still funny), … Continue reading ‘In Memoriam’ e-launch has e-launched… for free!
G'day! This week I'm posting a chat I had with Author and Editor Jerry L. Wheeler from a month or two back. I met Jerry mumble-mumble years ago at the Saints & Sinners Literary Festival when there was a dinner for those attending who'd been a part of Tented (a collection of erotica with the theme of … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – “Men in Love” Q&A with Jerry L. Wheeler