Spectrum Lit seeks #ownvoices queer flash fiction writers in a variety genres. Pays $5 for up to 1500 words. … Read more
Thanks to A.M. Leibowitz for having me on their blog to talk about the inspiration for my story in Myths, Moons, and Mayhem and my writing in general. We also talked a bit about gay Mormons (when do I not talk about gay Mormons?), and there’s an excerpt from Rebecca Buchanan’s hilarious, heartwarming adventure “The Secret of the Golden Cup,” which is the second piece in Myths, Moons, and Mayhem.
Thanks to Jodi Payne for inviting me to her blog to talk about Myths, Moons, and Mayhem. I had fun exploring the relationship dynamics in several of the stories from the collection. We rounded out the post with a sexy excerpt from Morgan Elektra’s vampire-werewolf-human erotic romance “The Endless Knot.”
Jayne Lockwood explores the hazards and joys of upending beloved fiction tropes—themes and devices that readers have come to expect when reading certain genres. … Read more
This Rainbow Snippet is from “Inside Man” by Clare London, a touching tale of a ghost who’s desperate to feel the delights of having a human body again. He spends his nights hanging out in local pubs, watching hot men but never being able to touch them—until one night, a tear in the veil between the dead and living opens up new possibilities. … Read more
Just like there are many ways to be a romantic couple, there are also many ways to explore love and desire within a threesome. The writers of Myths, Moons, and Mayhem excel at showing the different permutations that these relationships can take. … Read more
Thanks to Jackie Keswick for hosting me on her blog today to talk about the process of putting together Myths, Moons, and Mayhem. It was a lot of fun remembering my reactions when I first encountered the stories in this volume.
Elaine White gave Myths, Moons and Mayhem four stars in a review that appeared on Divine Magazine today. She tackles werewolf sex, wonders if cheating can lead to a satisfying romance from a reader’s point of view, and pulls out favorite quotes from several of the stories.
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I had so much fun doing this interview with Elle Keaton, the Pirate Queen! We talked about cureloms, Madagascar, and ménage a trois. (If you’re scratching your head trying to figure out what a curelom is, you’re just going to have to read the interview). … Read more
Thanks to Ina Morata for having me on her blog this morning to talk about Myths, Moons, and Mayhem and share an excerpt from Rob Rosen’s “Close Encounter of the Three-way Kind.” She said some very nice things about me, and now I am blushing. … Read more