Now that Of Echoes Born has been out a while—and I recently finished page proofs for Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks—I've been working on "Faux-Ho-Ho." "Faux-Ho-Ho" is a gay romance holiday novella with a "fake relationship" trope at the core, and it begins (and ends) in my fictional version of Ottawa's queer village (or, as … Continue reading The People in the Neighbourhood
June is Pride Month, and this particular June I'm waving my rainbow flag all the higher because Of Echoes Born released at the start of the month from Bold Strokes Books's webstore, and as of today? It's available everywhere. So if you were waiting for it from your local e-tailor or retailer of choice, today … Continue reading Of Echoes Born — Now Available Everywhere!
Hey! Bold Strokes Books is doing a catch-up sale on the backlists of all the authors who have new releases this month, and hey, how about that, my new release is this month! That's right! Since Of Echoes Born is out now, all this weekend, until June 10th, 11:59 EDT, Light, Three, Triad Blood, and … Continue reading Catch-up Sale at @BoldStrokeBooks
I wasn't sure what I was going to talk about today for Pride Month. Some pretty awful stuff happened the other day, but I also finished the final proofs on Exit Plans for Teenage Freaks today, and I have a post bubbling in my head about the cast of characters in the fictional Rainbow Club … Continue reading #PrideMonth — Readers
It's June! That means the June releases from Bold Strokes Books are out on their web-store! This includes—I may have mentioned this before—Of Echoes Born. So, if you order direct from BSB, you get it a bit earlier than everywhere else (and they have all the e-book formats, worry not). If you've got a local … Continue reading Of Echoes Born is now available from @BoldStrokeBooks
Of Echoes Born will be available at the Bold Strokes Books website this Friday, June 1st. To say I'm excited about this collection would be a wee understatement, because—this will surprise no one who knows me—short fiction is my favourite. That doesn't mean I don't have space in my heart for other things. Both as … Continue reading Welcome to the Village