Well, it feels good to be getting back into the swing of things. I've let my mental health issues get the better of me for a while now and I'm digging my way back out of that. So, I don't know how many of you know but my wonderful publisher Less Than Three Press officially… Continue reading Clearing out the Cobwebs
Today I am very excited not only to announce my new free serial Idiot Mage & Sassy Stallion but to introduce you to the wonderful Kasia Bacon! Kasia has a new story coming out Monday, June 11th, in her Order Series. If you haven't had a chance to read The Mutt and The Highlander I… Continue reading New Release with Author Kasia Bacon
June is here and for those of us in the States, that means Pride Month! It is a month to celebrate the MOGAI (Marginalized Orientations, Gender Alignments and Intersex) community and how far we've come and where we are headed. It is also a great month to look at our writing and see where we… Continue reading Pride Month Diversity Commitment and a New Workshop!
An interesting comment came up in one of my Facebook author groups. One of the authors commented and said they'd been contacted by an irate reader who was upset about the ending of their book. They then asked the group if they should include trigger warnings in the future. The response so far, with a… Continue reading Should Authors Use Trigger Warnings?
If you've been following anything about the state of the writing industry these past few weeks, you'll be well aware of the kerfuffle that has gone on. Many much more talented and eloquent writers than myself have weighed in on the #cockygate and KU issues. In fact, I'm not going to discuss anything to do… Continue reading A Small Gift: Daggers of Ariyon Excerpt
It is a truth universally acknowledged that first impressions are a bitch. In a sea of college freshmen, Elizabeth Bennet feels more like a den mother than a returning student. She’d rather be playing Exploding Kittens than dodge-the-gropers at a frat party, but no way was she letting her innocent, doe-eyed roommate go alone. Everything… Continue reading Book Review: A Higher Education: A Modern Retelling of Pride and Prejudice by Rosalie Stanton
She is queen and a widow, and an invading army is approaching the castle. The enemy covets the mountain of gold buried under the fortress, and many of the queen’s subjects have fled. As a bitter wind sweeps over the castle walls and whispers to the queen, a stranger arrives at the gate begging… Continue reading Book Review: Rapunzel’s Surrender by Jacinta Laurenti
If you're like me and have been anxiously awaiting news on when Forbidden Enchantment will be released—wait no longer! The pre-order is here with a tentative release date of Jan 10th! Sidhe cannot lie. Yet Cedric lies about everything from being happy to being human. Hiding his true appearance with glamor runes, he's managed to… Continue reading Forbidden Enchantment Pre-Order
It's finally here! The cover for my fantasy Forbidden Enchantment. I cannot tell you how excited I am about this story and these characters. While it still features many things you've come to expect from my writing, it's also a little bit of a departure from my normal style, but in a good way. Inspired… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Forbidden Enchantment
This past week, October 22-28, was asexual awareness week. Asexual Awareness Week is an international campaign that seeks to educate about asexual, aromantic, demisexual, and grey-asexual experiences and to create materials that are accessible to our community and our allies around the world. Asexuality is not a widely known orientation so when I realized Holly… Continue reading Book Review: Perfect Rhythm by Jae