I've had this very cool thing happen recently. Not once, but twice. I've dreamt entire storylines. And when I've woken up, they're still with me, which means I've been able to write them down. Seriously, whole kit and caboodle. (What is a caboodle? Must Google.) The characters, the journey, the conflict, the ending. In fact,… Continue reading Dream a little dream…
Words. Seriously, they're amazing. We set up a booth at Brighton Pride last weekend, and it was fantastic to see so many people come over to talk about and buy books. We talked about favourite authors, about ideas, about genre, and about lots of random stuff too. Words helped us bond during a weekend all… Continue reading Word love
There are a lot of firsts in life. Hopefully we continue to experience them no matter how old we get. My very first public reading was in Provincetown, MA. It was Women's Week, and I said yes to being on an erotica panel. So my first reading was from an erotic short story. I hadn't… Continue reading My first
Come meet five established and debut authors reading from their latest works! Think of it as a lesbian prose slam, with wine! A free event on 13th July at Gay's the Word in London 7:00-9:00pm, with complimentary refreshments thanks to BOLD STROKES BOOKS. The Line-Up: I. Beacham - Michelle Grubb - Anna Larner - Robyn Nyx… Continue reading Come hang out with us in London!
I think one of the best perks of being a writer is the excuse to travel on behalf of the book. A research trip to Berlin? Let's go Wednesday. Need to know what buildings are near the Vatican City walls? Off to Rome we go. Most recently: invited to a lesbian fiction conference on a… Continue reading Exploring the World
How on earth do you encapsulate your novel in a two minute reading? I was part of the Bold Strokes Book festival the first weekend of June. It was my second time there as an author, although this time I had my first book (Fury's Bridge) on the table for sale, and three more in… Continue reading Be Your Own Sexy-as-Hell Heroine
So, today I'm blogging over on the Bold Strokes UK blog page. It would be super awesome if you would check it out. The BSB Book Festival is going to be awesome, and we'd love to see lots of folks there. Here is the program: