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Bloodbound’s release is an emotional one for me.

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June 11, 2018

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 ›

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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 ›

Ongoing saga

In the ongoing saga of how I’m being bullied and harassed by Whitney Ellenby and her husband Keith, I’ve received yet another email, AFTER ASKING THEM TO STOP. She has said that she’s reporting me to Twitter, Goodreads and ‘appropriate online authorities’ that *I* am in direct violation because my EMAIL tells her it’s going… 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 ›

Review: PETER RABBIT the movie, by SONY

THIS REVIEW HAS SPOILERS First, I don’t tend to review movies, because I’m much more of a book person, and the movies I *would* review I tend not to, because I don’t want to spoil them for people who can’t see them right away. My kid wanted to see Peter Rabbit, so, given that it’s… Read More ›

New Book Review: DARKLING by Brooklyn Ray

Queer, Paranormal Romance, Novella, Translit Pub date January 8, 2018 BLURB: Port Lewis, a coastal town perched on the Washington cliffs, is surrounded by dense woods, and is home to quaint coffee shops, a movie theater, a few bars, two churches, the local college, and witches, of course. Ryder is a witch with two secrets—one… Read More ›

Social media, New followers, Reviews and related STUFF.

You can tell, based on how chatty I’ve been lately on both my blog and social media that I’m stalled on drafting my WIP. I’ll get back there when life calms down a little bit more. I need to say a few things that might be of use to peeps, given the increased numbers of… 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 ›

A reaction to reading TO SIRI WITH LOVE from an #actuallyautistic author.

You know. I started reading that horrific book as a bit of a whim, thinking it wouldn’t be that bad. I’m the autistic mom of autistic kids, my husband is autistic, we value and appreciate our children and ourselves in pretty much every particular. Are there challenges? Absolutely. But they aren’t anything that neurotypicals don’t… Read More ›