Why does dating always feel like a matter of life and death?
If you don't know Innes from THE HOLE IN THE WORLD series, here's a primer on why you will fall in love with him.
I realize there are people in the world who have not listened to me natter about Kahrin for the last eleven years. This is for you. Let's be real: it's for me, too.
My new book BLOOD OF THE TRUE BELIEVER, a follow-up to THE HOLE IN THE WORLD, will be available this summer! Dominique Wesson delivered perfect art once again, and I am so grateful to her for bringing this vision into existence.
Ouch!Astrea had not realized that death would be this painful, with sharp pricks against her consciousness. She remained still, hoping the process of returning to the stars would pass quickly. She felt full, like her corporeal form would burst into particles.“Ouch!” This time she heard herself say it, felt herself flinch at the quick dagger... Continue Reading →
I've leveled up as an author. Today I received my first bad review. It's not to be unexpected. It's part of the game. Do bad reviews hurt? Yes. Am I upset about it? Not really. That wasn't always the case.
I sent the final proofreading for interiors for Blood of the True Believer this morning, and I thought maybe you'd enjoy this little sneak peek: It's a great time to sign up for my newsletter, with more reveals and news in the pipeline just shortly. I like to give these things to my subscribers first!... Continue Reading →
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 →
For a person who has nothing to do, I sure am keeping busy. Something I'm excited about, even though it's in its infancy stages of planning, is to be collaborating with my lovely Jo-Jo Jo-Jo. We're returning to Beyond Possible Harm, which began as a play I wrote for a pitch at UHM in 2015.... Continue Reading →