A Second Chance at Life will be available from my publisher July 1st (link) and everywhere else on July 11th. It’s a story of a vampire who went into prison at 19 and left 25 years later, still 19, with no idea how to fit back into the world, or into the life of the woman she loves.
Cold Blood is now available for release by my publisher – here. It will be available everywhere April 12th.
I’m excited to share this with you. Here’s a few comments about my story:
“If you like vampires that hunt other vampires, moral quandaries, limbs going flying (and getting stuck back on again), and cute women falling for each other – grab this one.” – Lee Hulme
“You had me at Iraqi, vampire hunting, lesbian, cowboy vampire” – J. X. Sleator
I was just given some fan art for my upcoming book, Cold Blood. Apparently vampire hunting lesbian cowboy is just a hard premise to resist.
I’d like to announce that I will be having another Community Center for Fiends book coming out this year with Cold Blood. As more information comes forth, I will let you know!
I’m sorry for the delay in announcing this but my fourth novel is out, published by Bold Strokes. We had some website difficulties that have been resolved.
This is has been called “funny and a bit kooky, but very sweet and romantic too” and “fun and fanciful, a light hearted read.”
Thor: Daughter of Asgard is closing in on its release date. January 1st, it will be available from my publisher – Bold Strokes Books – here. Then on January 12th it will be live on other platforms.
I’m excited to share the start of this new series with you with it’s unique take on Norse mythology and reincarnation.
My publisher is doing another online Bookathon Friday July 31st-Sunday August 2nd, starting at 3PM EDT/1PM PDT
There will be several panels throughout the day and I will be on one on Friday at 6PM EDT called Wild Imaginings.
See the image below for a list of the panels.
As of today, Olivia is officially out and available for purchase through my publisher’s site, and will be available everywhere else on the 14th.
Given all that is going on right now, particularly with the content of the book, I’m donating thirty percent of what I make from Olivia this quarter to BLM and bail funds. I would also suggest looking to black authors who I’m quite certain can tell their stories better than I can. Some I’d recommend are:
My publisher, Bold Strokes Books, has started two initiatives to make the voices of BIPOC in the LGBTQ+ community heard. You can read their statement here or read the below image for the first.
They are also looking for stories to submit for the short story anthology collection: In Our Words: Queer Stories from Black, Indigenous and People of Color Writers. Stories selected by Anne Shade and edited by Victoria Villaseñor.