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Awkward teenage bisexual confessions, and representation for young girls who crush on girls I realized while facepalming about this earlier today that a major motivation for writing about Shulamit’s awkwardness, her crushes on most of the women she encounters in the … Continue reading

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Warning: Curves Ahead features me and my book on her blog Today, I’m taking a break from blogging boobs, bras, and body image to discuss another topic that I love: books. And something I love more than just books? Queer, feminist, … Continue reading

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My guest post on Brandon Shire’s blog discusses the trope of the cisgender heterosexual woman in fiction crossdressing for reasons independent of gender expression, gender identity, or sexual orientation. In plots like this, the creator constantly gets to evoke same-sex … Continue reading

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I was interviewed by a fan on Tumblr about my newly released LGBT fantasy novel  A true critique buddy/beta reader is someone who will help you make your story the best it can be, not someone who’ll try to turn … Continue reading

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Enter to win a free copy of the eBook of “The Second Mango” In order to be entered in the giveaway contest, before September 10 you have to leave a comment on the blog post by following the link (not … Continue reading

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I updated the “About” page on this blog …to make it more of a table of contents for all the character art and guest blog posts, so that they can be more easily perused. All the art, by the way, … Continue reading

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My guest post on the Women and Words blog: “Where should the queer woman look, to find her place in stories of dragons and magic?” Click the link to read about how my childhood exposure to lots of stories in … Continue reading

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The plea for diversity in fiction in the meta-narrative of “The Second Mango” There’s a big contrast between the main setting of my novel and the four-chapter flashback into the secondary protagonist’s backstory. In some ways, it’s the difference between … Continue reading

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Top 2 Bottom Reviews interviewed me about my novel “The Second Mango” My writing flourishes I can’t find what I want out of the fiction that already exists. My writing flourishes when I enjoy the hell out of something but … Continue reading

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Guest post on BA Tortuga’s blog about my book, “The Second Mango” I write because I love to make up new things. When I love something, I want to roll around in it, and writing is the best way I … Continue reading

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