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  • Hasn’t snowed a single flurry, but Santa, dear, we’re in a hurry

    I’m the sort of person who gets a little intense over the holidays. Almost every holiday, actually. I love decorating the house for the different seasons, making crafts and finding cutesy wreaths and rugs and window clings and other kitschy ways to show my holiday spirit, be it Halloween or the Fourth of July. And after the doozy that was November, as Angela Lansbury sang in Mame, I need a little Christmas NOW!…

  • November is on my list

    At this point I’ve pretty much decided that November is the worst month in the calendar. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, I’m sure you’ve noticed that this November has been particularly crappy for the usual world-event reasons. But it seems like November really had it in for me on a personal level this year. It actually started on October 29, when I was supposed to go to a Halloween party…

  • #NationalComingOutDay reflections and a way to give back

    Two years ago on National Coming Out Day, a friend of mine came out as ace. The courage he showed in doing so made me re-evaluate my own decision to stay in the closet, something I’d done since college, and is what ultimately inspired me to be public and vocal about my identity, and to work for ace representation in fiction. Coming out isn’t a one-time thing, though. There are…

  • Different Worlds: Meet the characters

    Different Worlds is almost here! In just one month, it shall be unleashed upon you all. Have you preordered your copy yet? There’s still time! Don’t forget that paperbacks ordered through my online store come with art postcards, a coupon for a free copy of the ebook and more! To celebrate, today I want to tell you a little bit more about my characters. Here are some fun facts about…

  • YA Pride: Indie edition!

    June is Pride month, and to celebrate, there have been a lot of reading lists floating around the internet. But I noticed that most of the recommended books (especially for YA) have been limited to traditionally published (and especially Big 5) books. But there are a lot of fantastic self-published/indie/small press books out there as well that readers looking to show their Pride this month would be sure to love! So…

  • Perchance to Dream shorts in the wild!

    Some of the short stories from Perchance to Dream, the anthology of Shakespeare retellings I edited last year, have recently been published as Kindle singles, and I’ve been really enjoying seeing the covers that go along with the stories. First up is Onyx by Alicia Michaels: The year is 3015, and the planet Earth is no more. Existing on space stations strewn about the galaxy, humans are searching for a…

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