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Looking ahead

Thanks to my Patreon subscribers for a great chat! The July short story will be another in the series of shorts continuing to follow Brenna Lanigan and Cassidy Hyland (from my novels Turning Point and Turn for Home) as they travel to Ireland for a family vacation. If you haven’t yet met Brenna and Cassidy, … Continue reading Looking ahead

AMA 2 (June 2021)

What part of writing – actual writing – do you like most and least?? I honestly like all things about writing, but I do have struggles. Despite teaching writing professionally, the part of the writing process I struggle with is limiting my idea. I can teach story structure and even follow it, but when generating … Continue reading AMA 2 (June 2021)

AMA 1 (June 2021)

What’s your writing process? How do you get in the mindset? If you are unable to write that day, how do you let yourself down easy? How do you get back in the groove? I make an appointment with myself for “me time” every day possible and let everyone know I’m sitting down to write. … Continue reading AMA 1 (June 2021)

editing availability

It’s the start of June so I thought I’d update my availability. I don’t have another editing client currently scheduled until August. The money I earn from editing is buying my family’s groceries right now. So I really hope you can forward this to someone who is in the market for an edit. I have … Continue reading editing availability

Free Reads

I decided to finally open a page for downloading several free reads. These are shorts and novellas I have formalized into EPUB and PDF ebook formats. If you’re looking for a cost-free way to get to know the kind of writing I do, these stories are your ticket. I would love to hear from you … Continue reading Free Reads

Were Sartre and De Beauvoir the world’s first modern couple? – BBC Reel

In 1929, the French philosophers Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir agreed to commit to an open relationship – one that lasted until Sartre’s death in 1980. — Read on What follows is a bit of a ramble, though I tried to contain it. But sometimes things just occur to me, ya know? I … Continue reading Were Sartre and De Beauvoir the world’s first modern couple? – BBC Reel

My Take: Torchwood

Torchwood isn’t much more than a short-lived Doctor Who spinoff. However, the series is a landmark piece of queer television, masquerading behind truckloads of science fiction. — Read on Just a bit of observation tonight… I quite enjoyed this series a few years ago. One of the best aspects of it was the normalcy of … Continue reading My Take: Torchwood


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