Happiness is a process. A fucked up, tangled, mixed up process. There isn’t a straight line to it either. And when you have it, it’s as easy to lose as it was to find. Not only is it all those things, but it’s also a choice. I’ve had to make a choice to be happy. […]Read more "Happiness is a Process"
Today’s blog post is featured on Frolic Media. It is a piece I struggled to find the courage to write, as well as publish. It’s very close to home and deals with a topic most of us queer people don’t talk about. But I think it’s more relevant every day and something we need to […]Read more "The Queer Elephant in the Room"
Weston doesn’t believe in voodoo but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t believe in him. His life and family were steeped in the stuff and it was fine, until voodoo took everything from him, ripped his life from his grasp. And when it swallowed whole the person he loved most he had to escape. But there […]Read more "Speak No Evil is HERE and $20 Amazon giveaway!"
The only way to learn how to write is to write a lot. I can’t remember which writer I got that little piece of advice from but it has always rung true for me. There are times I want to tell a story but don’t feel like I am doing the characters or their voices […]Read more "The Never Ending Process"
Writing is hard. Writers do it because we love it. This isn’t a job you can do without loving it, just because of the sacrifice and the sheer number of hours writers put in. (That is unless you use a ghostwriter from fiver but that’s an entirely different story) Every single book I’ve written has […]Read more "If you ever want to torture yourself…"
I try to never comment on the drama that goes on in the genre. It’s not that I don’t have opinions. I have lots of opinions and I’m an asshole, so those opinions don’t always come out nice, so I try and keep my mouth shut on social media. When I do blog about issues […]Read more "The Ever Growing Problem and a Speak No Evil Sneak Peek"
I can’t tie my shoes. No fucking shit, I am being 100% serious right now. I am partially dyslexic. I don’t talk about it. I don’t bring it up. In fact, as a kid, I learned it was something to be ashamed of. People will look at you differently. People will judge you, so you […]Read more "I can’t tie my shoes."