I mentioned last week how I'd had a migraine a couple of weeks ago, so I avoided screens and dove into romance novellas as a recovery activity, and "Mate Abduction" was the next in said recovery plan, and it fit the bill to a tee. Eve Langlais (who is the mastermind behind Romancing the Capital) … Continue reading Short Stories 366:253 — “Mate Abduction,” by Eve Langlais
Hello from social distancing! I hope you're all doing as well as can be expected in these topsy-turvy times, and that life is giving you as many breaks as it can from this ongoing anxiety and pressure. If you're feeling a little down about the lack of conventions and Pride (totally valid to feel that … Continue reading Keeping Up Appearances
Hey! I'm still alive, lack of posts being evidence to the contrary. Things went a little—okay, a lot—sideways over the last couple of weeks, and then there was the brilliant Romancing the Capital conference right after, and between all that, I basically dropped all the balls. First, a quick update on the sideways: His Fluffy … Continue reading Romancing the Capital 2018
Next month is Romancing the Capital, a brilliant reader conference put together by Eve Langlais, and as part of the event, readers can collect postcards from attending authors (they even get a little album to put them in, which is super-cool). Being the giant nerd I am, it occurred to me that the "B-side" of … Continue reading Covens of the Capital
As of this morning, Saving the Date has gone live for pre-order, so I thought I'd take some time to chat about this upcoming novella, and maybe whet your interest. Saving the Date was born thanks to Romancing the Capital, where I met Angela S. Stone, a fellow author. We were going to be on … Continue reading Saving the Date
Romancing the Capital today includes an open-to-the-public book fair, at the Holiday Inn Kanata, 101 Kanata Avenue, today, August 5th, 2017, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. I'll be the one at the rainbow-flagged table.