Cover by the brilliant Inkspiral Design. Given "Village Fool" released on the Bold Strokes Books website yesterday it occurred to me it might be a good time to revisit the entirety of the Village series of shorts and novellas in one place, in chronological order. Now, I worked hard to make sure you can read … Continue reading The Ever-Growing Village
It's obvious by now, I'm sure, that I'm a huge lover of "second-chance" or "path-not-taken" style stories, especially with a dash of the magic or psychic or other. When Jeffrey Ricker pointed me to "And Then There Were (N-One)," by Sarah Pinsker, he knew what he was doing, is all I'm saying. (You can read … Continue reading Short Stories 366:70 — “And Then There Were (N-One),” by Sarah Pinsker
I'm still a little sick today, but after the events of the last couple of weeks in the world of romance, I put myself on a self-imposed deadline of today to start being once again vocal about awesome queer reads. Luckily? I'd read three awesome queer reads on my recent vacation. The first was Yolanda … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – “More Than Anything,” by Eden S. French
Hello! A couple of days ago, I did an interview with RoAnna Sylver, and we talked characters, rep, and inspiration. Today I want to focus a bit more on Stake Sauce (Arc 1: The Secret Ingredient is Love. No, Really). I read this over the last week leading up to the Kraken Collective anniversary celebration … Continue reading Sunday Shorts — “Stake Sauce” by RoAnna Sylver, a #KrakenFriends2018 title!
I am not having a good writing month. You can usually tell that's happening when you see my "Writing Wednesday" posts vanish, because I can't bring myself to hold myself publicly accountable when I've had negative word-counts and I'm behind schedule and it's just depressing, not motivating. If something is anti-motivating? I don't do it. … Continue reading Validation
Every week, I take part in the #RWChat over on twitter. I often feel a bit like an interloper (what with being not just a guy, and not just a queer guy, but also a queer guy who only sometimes writes romance) but the questions are generally ones that cross all genres, and they're generally quite … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – “The One That I Want,” by A.M. Liebowitz