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The Fiddler’s Fall, a Crossroads tale

Everyone knows you should never make a deal with the devil.  But when a mysterious new fiddler comes to town, Tyn can’t resist the competition, and it’s up to Dan to find out the truth before the violinist he loves loses the contest–and his soul. In the first short story set in …

Fuck your Alphabets

Here’s the thing. I’ve seen this trend lately, where LGBT has become LGBTQ or LGBTI or LGBTWTFBBQOMG and even fucking QUILTBAG. Seriously? This is seriously what we’re doing? Here’s what I see: an attempt at inclusiveness that falls short. We’re still a bunch of letters thrown together. Letters that can …

The Next Big Thing Blog Hop

As part of The Next Big Thing Blog Hop, I was tagged by Ingrid Diaz in her post last week. The purpose of this hop is to introduce readers to writers and works that might be unfamiliar. This includes new releases or Works in Progress (WIP).  This is week 26 …

A Thing of Brilliance, from Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal

Blood Zero Sky, by J. Gabriel Gates

May Fields has everything she’s supposed to want: a posh apartment, the latest gadgets, and a high-level job with one of the only two Corporations left in the world. In fact, her father is the CEO of N-Corp, the only company left in what was once the Western world and …

I Love Women

As a fiction author, occupying various different minds is part of daily life. On any given day I become a werewolf, a teenager, a goddess, a warrior, or a wizard. I’ve never been a wizard, but I have the advantage of not being unique in that limitation. How many wizards …

Deconstructing Stereotypes: A+E 4ever by I. Merey

Recently I was given a copy of YA graphic novel a + e 4ever by Ilike Merey from Lethe Press. I am not a graphic novel reader habitually, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. I read it in one sitting, and by the end of it two words came …

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