Before anything else, a moment please to admire this amazing piece of artwork from Micah Draws! Fielding, Joshua, and Logan. You can find Micah, the fabulous artist, at Twitter, Patreon, Instagram, and his Sparrow Comic. The little details kill me in this. Fielding's Catadora T-shirt. Joshua's Softshoe Diner shirt (and a wee Bi-Pride pin). Logan's … Continue reading Fielding, Josh, and Logan—Choosing to Centre Friendship, not Romance, in “Hope Echoes”
Hey again! It's December 8th, so we're hitting the end of the Canadian Christmas Romances Under $5 e-book promotion. If you missed my earlier noise, this promotion—which includes—"Handmade Holidays"—is dropping all sorts of awesome Canuck authors with their titles for you, all under $5, and all in once place for ease of browsing. So, go … Continue reading Canadian Christmas Romances, Final Day!
Jingle all the way! Many years ago, I owned a pair of super-tacky socks with a pattern of bells on them. Called "the Jingle Socks," every year I'd pop them on, call it "donning my gay apparel" and then decorate my Christmas Tree. Alas, they died a few years ago—my husband would say something different … Continue reading Jingle Socks, Ornaments, and “Handmade Holidays”
Hey all! It's December, and come December (or, often, earlier) I start hunting around for holiday romances to give me that dose of much needed winter cheer. If you're like me, then it's possible you're looking for some holiday e-books for your e-reader, and as fortune would have it, I'm chuffed to be taking part … Continue reading Canadian Christmas Romances Under $5
Dear board members and president; I cannot put in strong enough terms the level of disappointment (and outright frustration and anger) I feel at the decision to censure Courtney Milan for her ongoing efforts and discourse to attempt to change the direction of the RWA and romance writing in general toward a more inclusive, representative … Continue reading Romance Writers of America
It's that time of year again, when I pack up my bag and head downtown Ottawa for Can-Con! What's Can-Con? It's the Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature (yeah, it's a mouthful), and it's pretty much magic. This year, I'm not only taking part in Can-Con, I've hooked arms with two other … Continue reading Can-Con 2018—Where I’ll Be, and the @BoldStrokeBooks Table