Hello, pretties! So recently, one reviewer made the comment that they didn't like how, in MORIBUND, the two heroines, Syl and Rouen, just helped each other all the time, they supported each other and they succeeded. Together. And this reviewer really had a strong opinion about that being a Bad Thing. As an aside, I want to say strongly that I'm not upset by this review or mad at the reviewer. I appreciate this person's time and effort in reading my book and posting a review.
I’ve been asked a lot lately why I write lesbian heroes. The answer seems simple: I'm gay and I'm part of the LGBTQ community. Makes sense, right? But the more I get asked this question, the more I think that answer really is too simple. It's easy to say "Well, I'm gay," and just leave it at that. But here's the thing: Growing up, I never had any heroes who were like me. Growing up, my favorite heroines were Princess Leia, Buffy, Sarah Connor, Eowyn. I was a huge Star Wars fa
It’s no secret that Frozen has a lot of lesbian fans. With two independent female protagonists, not to mention the subtext of “Let it Go” as a possible coming out ballad, the movie’s popularity among LGBTQ fans can’t be denied. But why? There’s a wealth of opinions on the topic—theories that range anywhere from Elsa and Anna not being biological sisters to analyses of how growing up apart influenced their development. But regardless of your favorite theory or ship, the one th
These days, these days, I have been thinking about dragons. Not the great gold-guarding, riddle-talking wyrms of ordinary tales and tells. No. I'm talking dragons. The fire of new love, the burning blaze of vengeance, the slow searing pain of grief--Passion and the moments that fuel it, that make it burn and glow like an ember in your heart of hearts. Moments of wonder and terror. Moments that can scorch you and those around you to cinders, when you stand on the precipice of