It's happening! Vision of Virtue, book 2 in the Memory's Muses series, is out now. I adore these characters and the journey they take, and I hope you will too. The books don't have to be read in order, so you can dive right in if you're ready. Clio Ardalides loves being in the limelight. … Continue reading Worldwide Release Day!
Well, hello. Is anyone still out there? I find I have so little to say these days, and I've become woefully deficient at keeping up with my blogs. I'm hoping to change that soon, but for now, I simply must accept that what is, is. That said, people seem to be enjoying my last book, … Continue reading Tap, tap, tap. Hello?
The first three books of the Memory's Muses series I can't believe how long its been since my last post. Sorry to leave you hanging out there in cyberspace. I'm sure you've been missing me... (or not. You probably have your own life stuff going on). Anyway, I've been busy writing the new series! And … Continue reading Oh, there you are…
My wife, working out on a three foot wide wall with a thirty foot drop on the other side. Fearless isn’t a word is ever use to describe myself. Particularly as I get older, I seem to become even more of a worrier. It shows itself in strange ways, too. Like, when I got back … Continue reading Fearless
The annual Bold Strokes UK book festival is an important event to me. This year will be twelve years that the festival has been going, and that's pretty amazing for any festival, let alone one that celebrates LGBTQ fiction. At this festival I get to see people I've known for over a decade now (wow!) … Continue reading Come hang out with us
Today, May 12th, the second book in the Afterlife, Inc series is on sale for only $3.99! Get Fury's Choice today, here.
We recently did a fabulous Zoom reading for Kenrick, the lesbian social group based in London. It was fun and there were plenty of questions and laughs. But it began, as per usual in 2021, with wishes for future meetings in person. That it’s great to have the online forums, but there isn’t anything quite … Continue reading Re-connection
Being a muse in the twenty-first century is a lot harder than it was in Ancient Greece. Life was simple when Calliope Ardalides, first-born of the nine Muses, only had to concentrate on music and justice. But now she’s arbitrating between arguing gods, answering complaints from cantankerous humans irked by how their prayers are being … Continue reading A new series begins
As I've mentioned elsewhere, it's been a rough year when it comes to writing. It seems like people fall into two camps; there are those who used the weird ass year to inspire them, (or to hide within their writing), and those who fell all creativity drain away under their masks. I'm one of the … Continue reading Finally, some new words
When I was about eleven, my mom worked at an autobody shop in the desert. On summer break I didn’t want to stay home, but I couldn’t exactly go to work with her, either. Fortunately for me, there was a library only a few blocks away from her work. She’d drop me off, fortified with … Continue reading The smell of books and worn carpet