Hey! So, after working on a few chapters, I realize I’m in. Yet another accidental book writing project. Life in the ’Cosm was an accident and so was The Stealth Lovers! And this past month, I dug up a 25-year-old manuscript that was pretty horrid—but also, not really. I’ve decided to upcycle it! I’ve swapped … More New Book WIP Title Reveal
No, that’s not a typo. I’m speaking about Canadian author Madona Skaff, not the recording artist. This post is way overdue, too. I just have to tell the world how this amazing human has impacted my life since late 2015. She told me to enjoy the journey. When I met Madona, it was at the … More Why I Should Listen to Madona More Often
This year as been a real page-turner in my wee life. Going from an invisible to a blatantly visible disability has forced me to wake up to even more realities of what it’s like to live as a spoonie. On my Books/Writing menu, you’ll find Tales from the Crip. That’s going to be the home … More New web-exclusive content!
Welp, that does it. This person who once loathed the concept of writing a novel in a month is going to try . . . writing a novel in a month. Yeah, I’m just as shocked as you are. This has been one of the most difficult years for me, healthwise, and the resulting anxiety … More How I done gone lost my mind, also known as, I’m trying NaNoWriMo this year!
When a story stays in my head days after I’ve read it or has a major impact on me, it goes on my reviews list. Su Sokol‘s Cycling to Asylum is one of those books that will remain with me a good while. In Asylum we meet Laek, a married school teacher and father of two with a … More Cycling to Asylum: A Plausible Future?