Parts 1 and 2 of The Stealth Lovers have been drafted. I’ve begun Part 3 and am loving this story. I hope you will, too. I’ll keep you posted as to the progress and eventual publication of the book. Cheers! ~ Cait G.
Wow. I had no idea Viv was anything like that at 19. Never saw it coming! The quote above is not a beta-reader’s comment about my work-in-progress of The Stealth Lovers. Those are my words. Yeah, I know. But, but, but … how can an author react like this when she’s the one writing the story? Beats me, … More Am I an author or just an innocent bystander?
Truth be told, I thought perhaps there was something wrong with author Caroline Fréchette. They kept enthusiastically going on and on and on about some book called Tremontaine, insisting that we all read it. Finally, not wanted to incur Caro’s eyebrows of wrath, I bought the eBook version. And now, after reading it, I can say … More Tremontaine: binge-worthy and full of chocolate!
Some people can write a tome and not really tell a decent story, but then authors like ’Nathan Bourgoine can create an entire lifetime—or two—in a short work of fiction that cuts right to the soul. In Memoriam follows the story of James, an editor who has just been given a diagnosis that will debilitate and … More In Memoriam: A lifetime or two within a short story
That’s not a typo in the title of this post. This term is the ingenious brainchild of my best friend, educator and activist for transgender rights, Talia C. Johnson. (Btw, her blog is brilliant, so follow it!) Yesterday I finished the first draft of my third and final short story for the winter-spring anthology season. … More Are you genre non-binary?