Well, we won't know until the winner is chosen. But how exciting to be in the running. 🙂 Changing Course is a Goldie Award Finalist, and that feels pretty amazing, to be honest. If you're interested in seeing what it's all about, you can find it here. In the meantime, keep your fingers crossed for… Continue reading And the Winner Is…
I’m lucky enough to be included in the Bold Strokes Bookathon, UK. It’s an online festival dedicated to lgbtq books and authors, and it would be really great if you came along. Grab your favourite drink, your comfiest clothes (or none), and hear about great books from authors you know and some you might not.… Continue reading Join me and Lots of other authors for a great weekend.
Why don’t you join us for the Lesfic Eclectic Panel on Friday 5th June at 2pm. Hear some great stories and find out about the authors involved in …Queer The Shelves – Join Us!
Well hello there. I haven’t seen you in a while. Are you well? Are you being crazy productive in lockdown? Or just watching lots of shows and eating your way through the house? Either is good, as is anything in between. I work from home so I’ve been staying busy playing with other people’s words… Continue reading That bit of oomph
Happy Lesbian Visibility Day! We are... a magnificent multitude of multi-cultural microcosms. We are every shape, every size, every colour of the rainbow and all the nebula and galaxy colours in between. We are butch stone to femme stone and every pebble of gender display on display in the spectrum. We self ID and refuse… Continue reading Permutations of us
I was never sure why rabbits laid eggs. I used to love Easter Egg hunts as a kid. Running around looking for that pink plastic egg that had been sitting in the sun, baking the little piece of chocolate inside... This year’s hunt is way less messy. Author Jae has put together a virtual Easter… Continue reading Literary Easter Egg Hunt!
I’m writing a new book. Well, kind of a new book. A semi-new book, if you will. I started it for my PhD, but I had a breakdown and didn’t finish it. But it’s been gnawing at me for years, so I figured I’d take a run at it since I don’t have another book… Continue reading F’ing geography.
Judgement Definition 1 a : the process of forming an opinion or evaluation by discerning and comparing b : an opinion or estimate so formed 2 a : the capacity for judging : discernment b : the exercise of this capacity 3 a : a formal utterance of an authoritative opinion Etc Let's free run this, shall we? Judgement is...judgemental. Of you, of me, of… Continue reading Today’s word…
I love finding words I'm not familiar with. I won't often use them in conversation after, because using obscure words can make you seem a prat. But I still like learning them. Today's word of the day at Miriam Webster is: Resile Definition : recoil, retract; especially : to return to a prior position So, what does today's word make… Continue reading New words
The other day I read an article about the attractiveness of humility and it got me thinking. Is it true? Where is the line between arrogance, cocky, self-assured, humble, and false humility? We know it differs by gender. Men can state what they know unequivocally, while women are expected to down play their abilities. If… Continue reading Where’s the line?