Hey, all! So Jove and I and R.G. Emanuelle are getting ready for GCLS, which starts on Wednesday in Chicago. This year might be extra special because it’s the first GCLS of Dirt Road Books, the publishing house that I, Jove Belle, R.G. Emanuelle, Gill McKnight, Michelle Teichman, and Blythe Rippon launched earlier this year.… Read More GCLS IS NEXT WEEK!
Greetings! I’ve just returned home from a whirlwind of festivals. First up was the Saints and Sinners Literary Festival in New Orleans followed the next weekend by the Lone Star Lesfic Festival in Austin. Both events were full of great panels and readings and I’m grateful for the opportunity to connect with readers and… Read More Pre-Law
I’m not just talking about today, or tonight rather, when I realized that I opened WordPress on my computer at nine a.m. this morning, but it’s now after nine p.m and my brain’s been pulled in a thousand different directions resulting in a mostly blank blog. And it’s not just today, but this year, which is… Read More Where did the time go?
MELISSA MOIR – YOU’VE WON THE DRAWING! THANK YOU SO MUCH TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERED! I’LL BE DOING ANOTHER ONE WHEN APRIL COMES 🙂 Good Monday morning! They pay me to say that… Kidding. 🙂 So, it’s the morning of my blog and I’m in my office early to write it. I’d been doing… Read More Meet Me in the Middle – Book Giveaway!
No matter what your political affiliation, I think we can all agree the last week and a half have been a roller coaster ride of epic proportions. I keep trying to balance the desire to be informed with the need to insulate from all the external happenings that threaten my sanity. Not an easy task.… Read More Defining Resistance
Happy New Year! I hope everyone’s 2017 is off to a great start. I know that many of us are facing significant challenges in the not so distant future (aka January 20th), but I’m confident that we can get through anything together, and I’m happy to have this affirming blog site where we can all escape to… Read More Do you hear what I hear?
Despite my generally pessimistic tendencies, I did not expect the election to go as awfully as it did. My first choice didn’t make it far enough but I was standing by Hillary and ready to see her campaign through until the very end. But “the end” that came was far from what I’d imagined. Even… Read More Work It!