Leaving a starred review is simple enough on sites like Goodreads and Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Honestly, anywhere people look for book recommendations or buy books is great. Goodreads and Amazon reviews don't need to be especially insightful or eloquent. A simple "I liked it!" will suffice, and if you're up for it, maybe add a reason why. If you do want to write a more extensive review, post links to it on your social media.
I have a soft spot and wicked appreciation for Scarleteen and the amazing work they do for so many teens and young adults. Judgment-free, no-nonsense, science and reality-based sexual education with a full range of resources for people of all genders and sexualities. Founder Heather Corrinna is turning fifty today, and to celebrate, they are... Continue Reading →
Hi all! If you like feeling special and part of an exclusive club, you might consider signing up for my newsletter. April is my birthday month, and because I am an Aries and love attention, I thought I'd celebrate with some goodies and sneak peeks for subscribers. You can still sign up! My newsletter is... Continue Reading →
Lucipurr, sleeping off his fight with a Magic Eraser. While Luci slept off the aftermath of his epic battle with a now-annihilated Magic Eraser, I decided to update my Patreon with new perks. Among them, the chance to be a character in an upcoming story! Check it out and consider becoming my patron!
You ever feel like the world is just bent on working against you and your success/happiness? I'm starting to feel that way right now, with the Covid-19 pandemic shutting everything down just as I was getting into a really productive routine with a solid work/life balance. I'll be fine, likely. All things considered, I'm healthy.... Continue Reading →
Cover design by Claire Faas. Series Description: The Natives of Xandarian Moon No. VI have been occupied and their home used as a military outpost by the Central Imperium Fleet for so long they cannot remember much before it. Even the eldest of their people struggles to remember life in the before. A catastrophic event... Continue Reading →
My Nana and Papa, around 1954, and a cute dog. I'm home. My trip to Da Yoop was emotionally taxing and personally exhausting, but it was inarguably a good trip. I don't really know if anything will ever feel right or normal or routine again with Papa gone, but I am taking life a day... Continue Reading →