Hi there! First off, this is a gentle reminder that Catalyst Moon: Storm (Book 3) is now available on Amazon! Massive thanks to those who have purchased it so far! 💜 If you are able, I humbly ask that you leave a review so that other readers know what they're in for. Second, in case … Continue reading Update – May 2019
I'm thrilled to finally announce that Catalyst Moon: Incursion has been selected as the book of the month (well, technically the season) by the fine folks at the Feminist Book of the Month! More info here | Spoiler-free review This is a huge, huge honor. I strive to make my work inclusive and feminist; groups … Continue reading F-BOM!
Get yours here: US | UK | DE | CA | JP | AU Every book is a journey of sorts, for the author as much as the reader. Storm is important, not just because of the characters' struggles, but also on a deeply personal level for me. Storm is the first book I've completely … Continue reading Catalyst Moon: Storm is live! (plus Feelings About Things)
The discovery draft (ie: the rough draft) of Catalyst Moon #5 is DONE. It needs a lot of work and love, but holy cats...I made it, y'all. My world has changed dramatically since I started writing back in September of 2018, so it's been quite a journey for me as well as my long-suffering characters. … Continue reading Update – March 2019
Hiya! Short post today. I'm working with a cover artist for Catalyst Moon: Storm (Book 3), and am busy prepping for this book's launch. To that end, I'm seeking anyone who'd like an ARC (advanced reader copy) ahead of the launch. In return, I'm asking for a) a quick note once your done to let … Continue reading Update – seeking readers for ARCs (Advanced Reader Copies) of Book 3
Nothing is simple. So, Catalyst Moon #3 is basically ready to go, I just need cover art. I'm trying to get it out to y'all, I really am, but I've discovered a divide within myself, namely between what I know is the "smart," "marketable" path, and what my heart wants. Conventional wisdom tells me that … Continue reading on heart v. brain (or, the everlasting struggle)
"The first draft of anything is shit." I'm over this axiom. Not necessarily because of the message it's trying to get across, but because it does so in a way that's designed to shock and dishearten. Perhaps for some people this is helpful, but that tactic always rubs me the wrong way. First of all, … Continue reading on discovery drafts (aka: your first draft isn’t “shit,” you just don’t know what your story is about)