How NOT to market to me

•September 26, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Today I’m on Chicks & Dicks discussing my habits with social media and what I detest to see in the guise of ‘marketing’ on social media. YMMV.

My thoughts on world-building

•August 15, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Today on Chicks & Dicks, I’m talking about what you can do to make your world(-building) go ’round for me. In the simplest terms, it’s all about the WHY.

Please check it out. =)

Chicks & Dicks July post

•July 20, 2012 • Leave a Comment

July is Abuse Awareness month over at Chicks & Dicks. I chose to share my first volunteer experience at an abuse shelter from when I was in college.

What can I contribute to ‘gay pride’?

•June 20, 2012 • Leave a Comment

This month is ‘Living Out and Proud’ month on Chicks & Dicks. Today I’m musing on exactly what I have to contribute to Pride when I don’t fall ‘under’ the rainbow, I watch over it. =)

Calvin and Hobbes on creative inspiration

•June 8, 2012 • 1 Comment

Calvin on Writing Creativity

Hobbes: Do you have an idea for your story yet?
Calvin: No, I’m waiting for inspiration.
Calvin: You can’t just turn on creativity like a faucet. You have to be in the right mood.
Hobbes: What mood is that?
Calvin: Last-minute panic.

Just try to tell me any of my writer friends haven’t lived this. I won’t believe you. =)

Chicks N’ Dicks guest spot

•May 23, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Chicks N’ Dicks have asked me to do a regularly monthly piece for them, the first of which is posted today. This month’s theme is: Men In Uniform
The Reason We Adore Men in Uniform

And if you missed the first post I did for CND on what I want to see written and be able to read within the M/M genre, here’s the link to it:
Real Stories, Real Romance, Real Soon

New Free Short: A Competitive Edge

•May 22, 2012 • 1 Comment

The GoodReads M/M Romance group is holding another writing event, and today my new short story is posted for consumption. If you’re part of the group, you can read it here:

I’ll get my stories posted on this site a bit later.

I’m a little nervous about the reception to this one because I like it so much more than the last one. (I like Chasing the Prick, but it felt too flat to me. I’ll re-work it someday.) I’m hoping this one doesn’t feel as flat to others.

I hope you enjoy it, Sue! =)

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