If you believe that someone like me hates you, you have a poor grasp of what "hate" is. Hate is the opposite of love. Hate requires the same willingness to release as much as emotion and care as love does. And I suppose that it's quite true for a number of fans and the response … Continue reading Open Letter to Wade Robson: No, I Don’t Hate You.
There are so many methods of book launching, advice for first-timers out there, and way too much pressure for the first book to be a big splash. I've accepted that may simply not be the case for me. Right now the most important thing is simply to get it done.
He didn't touch me. He didn't argue when I cut him off. He stopped when I told him to and left me alone. But he followed me for about ten minutes. From getting off the bus, walking to the corner store and waiting for me to leave, then trying to block my access to the sidewalk, it didn't dawn on me … Continue reading For Valentine’s Day, I Found Out I Might Have a Stalker
There is nothing White America loves more than a good ol' public hanging.
A run-down about why I've been silent for six weeks with little to no updates on my book that is due in a few weeks.
August Moon: Humor and Hijinks by Jess Lourey My rating: 5 of 5 stars Somehow I missed entirely, until the end of this episode of Mira James' life, that it was part of a series. That it stood so well on its own is an accomplishment. I've made it a point this year to focus … Continue reading Book Review: August Moon: Humor and Hijinks
The Indiegogo for Nordisco ended Friday! I have had so much happen in the past few weeks that I wasn't able to dedicate any time to it and as such, it didn't get the attention it deserved. However, any support is better than none, and I now have a sizable quantity to ship out in just 8 … Continue reading Thank You!
A few months ago, I mentioned I had been selected for Z Publishing's Emerging Writers project, which is pretty exciting as it is. A few weeks ago, I received an email from their main offices again; this time, they were spearheading a best-of anthology of all of their selected writers, and compiling them into America's Emerging … Continue reading America’s Emerging Writers
So it's more than crunch time on my book progress. I have to finish the manuscript, format it, and submit it to editors. I have been woefully behind on my Indiegogo, but that won't be the case much longer. I had turned 31 the day before. Two years prior, on the morning of my 29th birthday, I … Continue reading NORDISCO: Chapter One Excerpt
Do you see that? Do you know what that is? Okay, yeah, you're probably rolling your eyes and going damnit, why this? No! But...this isn't your regular hokey fundraiser. Stuff is cheap. There's a reason I chose Indiegogo versus just purchasing an ecommerce package (which I will cover later). Legit y'all...the ebook is $3 and a single … Continue reading Shameless Self-Promotion: My First Book!