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
If you've not read the Fit trilogy from Rebekah Weatherspoon, seeing that there's a holiday novella snuck into the series as a "point-five" might seem like a barrier, but allow me to dismiss your concerns twicely: first, because this totally stands alone; second, you should just go binge the whole series anyway. Trust. Okay, let's … Continue reading Short Stories 366:348 — “Wrapped,” by Rebekah Weatherspoon
Continuing from yesterday, where I talked about some books I think you'd like if you enjoyed "Rear Admiral," I'm going to put my bookseller hat back on and make some recommendations the way I used to, and hopefully connect you with some new (or new-to-you) books to check out. The idea behind these posts is … Continue reading If You Liked (Faux Ho Ho)…
Gimme This is a bit different today, in that I don't have short fiction to recommend, but rather short fiction I'd love to read that (as far as I know) doesn't exist. Side characters or secondary characters or just supportive folk that appear in a story that I wish I could read more about always … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Twenty-Two — Side Character Short Fiction Requests
I'm going to go out to do some shopping today. Mostly, all I've got left to worry about is stockings, but they sure don't stuff themselves, do they? Yesterday I listed some awesome gay books I bumped into this year, and today I'm gonna focus on some of the lady folk I've loved this year. … Continue reading Queermas (part two)!
You know how you know some authors who are just so damn good at what they do that you pre-order the hell out of whatever they write? Well, today, I'm pleased to bring you one of my pre-order hellions, Rebekah Weatherspoon. We've never met face-to-face (this is a tragedy, for the record), but I flipping … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – “Sugar Baby” Q&A with Rebekah Weatherspoon