Welp. I guess I’m getting this out of the way so I can get some goddamned sleep, and because I am not going to let a bunch of vindictive, conspiracy-peddling arseholes frame my life by[…]
The End of My Patreon
Yes. You read that right. It’s been a long, strange journey, but my Patreon will be shutting down and reverting to a patron-only page so I can continue supporting the creators I’ve pledged to, effective[…]
Confession: I am not okay.
A lot of people these days ask me if I’m okay. They ask how I’m doing, if I’m coping, if I need anything. Some of them are asking because it’s expected. Many more are asking[…]
The Author’s Guide to Author/Reviewer Interactions
Hello, dear author. So you’ve wandered into the wild, woolly world of book reviews. You have a book out, or many books out, or a book coming up, and reviewers are already talking about it.[…]
On Sarah Lyons and Why I Ended My Relationship With Riptide Publishing
I know the dust hasn’t settled from…god…everything else in MM publishing, but I need to do this now. Both so my life can go back to normal after this last upheaval, and before I lose[…]
4.5-Star Review: CAROLINE’S HEART, by Austin Chant
Title: CAROLINE’S HEART Author: Austin Chant Genre: Historical LGBTQIA Paranormal Romance, Horror-Ish Publisher: Pronoun Publication Date: October 25th, 2017 Rating: Links: Amazon | Amazon UK | B&N | iBooks | Kobo | Google Play | Goodreads It’s no secret[…]
4.75-Star Review: TEAM PHISON, by Chace Verity
A fast, delightful romp through dating across the internet, across the miles, and across generational gaps that can do nothing to keep Phil and Tyson apart.
5-Star Review: PETER DARLING, by Austin Chant
A grimly whimsical and yet delightfully uplifting reinvention of the ideas that made Peter Pan and Neverland into legends – with a legendary new take on love, identity, and belonging with Peter as a transgender man who finds himself redefining his relationship to Captain James Hook.
5-Star Review: TREASURE, by Rebekah Weatherspoon
Quick and sweet, with a real, refreshing look at the dynamics of love between two Black women from very different life circumstances – a story of love across the tracks in which they find their paths surprisingly parallel, and their attraction surprisingly deep.
DNF: COUNTERMIND by Adrian Randall
Kicked to the curb after 15% for a lot of harmful, inaccurate Asian representation rife with stereotypes and poor research. Read on for a complete breakdown of the problems I ran into in the first fifth of the book alone.