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Closing of Multifarious Press

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August 28, 2018

I’ve been dreading both coming to this decision and telling people about it. One of the hardest things for me to do is admit I’ve been a fool. But boy have I ever been a fool in thinking that *I* had it in me to run a press. I don’t. I really don’t. If it… Read More ›

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Bloodbound’s release is an emotional one for me.

I have so many mixed emotions about my Debut release from a publisher. I have books out, ones I’ve released myself. I know how to do it, but the experience of being traditionally published is so completely different from self-pubbing that I feel justified in calling BLOODBOUND my debut. I’ve gone from frustration, to joy,… Read More ›

Marvel Studios Fvcked up with Infinity War… and here’s why.

THERE ARE SPOILERS FOR INFINITY WAR IN THIS REVIEW. Content Warning Foul Language. . . . . . Last chance… SPOILERS AHEAD. Some for Age of Ultron and other Marvel titles as well. I’m going to preface this by saying that I don’t follow the comics. I haven’t since uni for a couple of reasons…. Read More ›

In the interest of transparency

CONTENT WARNING mention of panic attacks, abuse of autistics, mention of email harassment, ableist language as a self-label I reviewed a harmful book by an autistic martyr parent. It’s gone viral, so you may have heard. Here is the review, here is the twitter thread. When this page came across my feed, the author claiming… Read More ›

Research as a writer

So. Research, we all know we need to do it, right? I mean… we DO know we need to do some, when we’re writing, right? Nope. We all really don’t seem to know this. I read a book this past weekend that was a historical and it was very, very obvious that a lot (or… Read More ›

A reaction to The Last Jedi, from a die hard SW fan who hated Rogue One.

TL;DR is… I fucking loved it so hard. You hate Frumplestiltskin, the GOP, and maybe even rich peeps? See it, IN THEATRE. Spoiler free review. I’m not going to go into detail. I don’t usually review movies, I bitch about or laud them on twitter instead. I reviewed Rogue One, but only cause I loathed… Read More ›

New Book Review: WALKING ON WATER by Matthew J. Metzger

LGBTQIA+, Fantasy, Romance, Retelling (Little Mermaid) BLURB When a cloud falls to earth, Calla sets out to find what lies beyond the sky. Father says there’s nothing, but Calla knows better. Something killed that cloud; someone brought it down. Raised on legends of fabled skymen, Calla never expected them to be real, much less save… Read More ›

Ghost Writers

I think I need to get back to writing, I’ve blogged more this past week than in a while. It’s usually a sign that I need to be working on a book. IN any case, what I want to talk about is ghostwriting. So, if you go to Upwork, you can see all sorts of… Read More ›

New Book Review: ASSASSIN’S FATE by Robin Hobb

Dark Adult Fantasy BLURB NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The stunning conclusion to Robin Hobb’s Fitz and the Fool trilogy, which began with Fool’s Assassin and Fool’s Quest “Every new Robin Hobb novel is a cause for celebration. Along with millions of her other fans, I delight in every visit to the Six Duchies, the Rain Wilds, and the Out Islands,… Read More ›

Work/Life balance as a writer/editor/publisher.

I want to say something snarky here, like… I’ll let you know when I figure it out. But… I’ll admit. It’s a struggle to find some sort of balance while being an author, an editor AND running a boutique publishing house. I often feel like I need to work ALL the time. It doesn’t help… Read More ›