So, for the month of March I’m going to be spotlighting some fantastic authors. We’ll spend a week with one of four authors. Monday I’ll post my review of their current book. Wednesday we’ll have an awesome interview, and Friday the author will have a guest post on a topic of their choosing. The first
It’s those damn dystopians. They’re so hot right now. And they are. It seems that everywhere I turn, someone is writing about a world gone mad. And that’s okay. It’s better than okay. I mean, dystopian novels like 1984 and A Brave New World pointed sharp fingers at aspects of our society that most people
Chapter 4 of my on-line serial The Dark Days of Me and Him is live. Check out the latest installment in the lives of Charlie Hudson and Theo Jackson.
One thing I always see when a famous person comes out as gay is a comment like, “I’m not homophobic but I don’t really need to know what these people do in their bedroom. All I care about is their work.” Recently Matt Boomer thanks his family at an award ceremony. His family happened to
In case you’ve been living under a cardboard box, I’m working on a new project called THE DARK DAYS OF ME AND HIM. It’s a serial novel–which I hear are all the rage right now–about music, love, and the end of the world. And Chapter 3 is now up. Check it out here. Or, if
Happy Monday! In case you haven’t heard, friend, writer extraordinaire, and all around amazing human being, Margie Gelbwasser has a new book coming out in a month! I got to read early drafts of PIECES OF US and it’s one heartbreaking, breathtaking, roller coaster of a book. I loved her debut INCONVENIENT last year, and
First – I’m going to spoil the crap out of this. If you haven’t read it or don’t want to read any spoilers, MOVE ON. Second – There’s no second. I’m just a twat who likes to write things as lists. The fact that I finished THE FAULT IN OUR STARS says something about the
It’s February 1. The beginning of the end. The Dark Days of Me and Him is live. Be gentle.