Every year, people around the world announce their intention to write a novel in one month. You could be one of them! Here’s how to win NaNoWriMo. … Read more
Check out Fall into Free Queer Reads—Books from the LGBTQ Spectrum to discover your new favorite LGBTQ author. … Read more
It’s the perfect Halloween treat to have an excerpt from T. Strange’s My Zombie Wedding on the blog today. This is the third book in the Undead Canadian series, an MM paranormal romance trilogy with a wicked sense of humor.
Sue “DaVinciKittie” Brown-Moore over at the GraveTells romance blog gave Myths, Moons, and Mayhem four stars and marked it as a recommended read!
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Rebecca Buchanan was on the Brit Babes blog today talking about how she narrowed down her choice of mythologies to draw from when writing for Myths, Moons, and Mayhem.
I was a guest on sci-fi/fantasy author J. Scott Coatsworth’s blog yesterday. Check it out to discover which translation of Disney’s The Little Mermaid soundtrack is my favorite, what my very first piece of fiction was about, how being a reporter helped me as a fiction writer, and things I’m working on now. It also features an excerpt from “The Cave,” my story in Myths, Moons, and Mayhem. … Read more
“The Endless Knot” is a fan-yourself-from-heat kind of tale about a fiery romance between a vampire and a werewolf that threatens to burn itself to the ground until a human teaches them to temper the flame. Here’s an excerpt. … Read more
I had a lot of fun interviewing with Anne Barwell on her Drops of Ink blog. If you’ve ever wondered why I tend to include so many different languages and cultures into my stories, the interview will give you some insight. … Read more
Carl Redlum, author of the sexy, scary werewolf story “When the Big Moon Shines” in Myths, Moons, and Mayhem, was over on T. Strange’s blog today to talk about how werewolves relate to the gay experience. … Read more
Today, Erotica for All featured an essay by Morgan Elektra, one of the Myths, Moons, and Mayhem contributors, about the connection between writing fiction and playing dress-up on Halloween. It hit me in the writerly feels.