Release Day Review: Divine Magazine gives Myths, Moons and Mayhem 4 stars

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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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Ménage à trois and me on Elle Keaton’s Pirate Queen blog

computer drawing of an animal that looks a lot like a hedgehog on the edge of a pond, surrounded by fireflies

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

Visting with Ina Morata to talk about Myths, Moons & Mayhem

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

Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents features Myths, Moons & Mayhem!

Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents invited me to their blog today to talk about Myths, Moons & Mayhem and the special giveaway we’re doing for everyone who purchases the print or ebook on Friday the 13th, our release day. (That’s TODAY in most parts of the world.) … Read more

Myths, Moons & Mayhem release tour: Excerpt from Clare London’s “Inside Man”

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Thanks to Angora Shade for featuring Myths, Moons & Mayhem on her blog today. Her post includes an exclusive clip from the first story in the collection, Clare London’s “Inside Man.” … Read more

‘Everyone Deserves to Live Life to Its Fullest’

Last Wednesday, I got the chance to visit author Lily Blunt’s blog to talk about why I began to fundraise for the Russian LGBT Network and other organizations helping Chechens at risk of arrest and worse. I talked a bit about my childhood in the Netherlands and how it shaped me: On school and family … Read more

Love Bytes Gives Falling Hard 4 Stars

And I loved this little nugget about “Pacific Rimming,” the last story in the book: I liked the fact that one of the characters was deaf but it was never a major part of the story. Usually if a main character has some form of disability it’s used to define that character and is a … Read more

Short story recommendations by Nell Iris

Source: Short story recommendations | Nell Iris I’ve said it before and I’ll probably say it again: I absolutely love short stories. Many times I prefer to read a short story instead of a 400+ page novel. I’m not necessarily a big fan of all the side plots and the unnecessary drama you need to … Read more

Talking about sign languages with Nic Starr

  I had so much fun writing about sign languages for today’s Friend Friday on Nic Starr’s blog. In addition to American Sign Language (pictured above with the words “friend” and “Friday”), I talk about several languages from outside the US and where you can learn them. Is your country included? (And if you know … Read more