ID: Blue space background with streaks of light and stars. Text reads: Can-Con, October 12-14 2018, Sheraton Hotel, Ottawa, Canada.

I’ll be at Can-Con 2018!

It's getting close to that time when my favourite annual conference happens! I'll be doing a reading and will sit on two panels this year at The Conference on Canadian Content in Speculative Arts and Literature, also known as Can-Con. Their 2018 schedule looks really interesting, too! Can-Con 2018 will be held from October 12-14, …

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Eight days into NaNoWriMo, and I’m okay, folks!

In the words of a famous fable: Slow and steady wins the race. If that’s true, then call me the Tortoise of NaNoWriMo. Through the use of my mathematical genius, I calculated that I need to write 1670 words a day to reach just over the 50K marker for the National Novel Writing Month’s finish …

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What the hay? I’ll write about the thirteenth Doctor Who, too.

Personally, I prefer to be called a Whooligan instead of a Whovian. If you knew me, you'd feel that made more sense. Anyway, while I'm a bit behind on catching up with my twelfth Doctor episodes, I did see the regeneration from twelve to thirteen. My reaction on Facebook was something like: The new Doctor …

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I smell like two people! Or, how I write sex scenes.

Relax, all you authors and writers of erotica; your jobs are safe. Nobody will accuse me anytime soon of trying to steal your thunder. Not by a long shot. This week I confessed to my publisher that no matter what genre I try to write in, everything comes out silly. I said, "I think my …

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Beyond the cupcake.

Because I hadn’t planned to get published originally, I wrote without limits or expecting anyone to read it. So, I went down a few roads that I wanted to explore: Discrimination against LGBTQIA people by para-religious organisations. Truly gracious spirituality versus religiosity. Gender fluidity and changing preconceived gender roles. Diversity in sexuality. Dealing with disability. Cyber affairs. Chasing fantasy to the exclusion of those who truly love you.