I am not a fraud.
But there was a time in my life – not all that long ago, if I’m being honest with myself – that I did everything I could to hide who I really was. I pretended to be the kind of person my parents wanted me to be and the kind of person I thought my kids needed me to be.
I was terribly unhappy, and more than once over the years I tried to end it all. Continue reading “The Power of Pride”
This is the second part of the crazy-informative article by author Cass Lennox about asexuality to inform ourselves and our work. You can find the first post here.
Continue reading “Fiction and the Asexual Character by Cass Lennox – Part 2”
I recently submitted my new science fiction book, Banquet, to a promotion for speculative fiction.
I was excited to find the promotion, because I thought it would be the perfect place to get more readers for this new genre I was trying to break into.
But before I could be accepted, the person running the promotion emailed me back with a strange question. Continue reading “My Life is Not a Porno”
When I read Finding Your Feet by Cass Lennox, I was intrigued. Not only was it a good story, the concepts involved were fascinating to me. But I couldn’t find a satisfactory answer to a lot of my questions online. Thankfully, the author agreed to write this post to explain it to us all.
Continue reading “Fiction and the Asexual Character by Cass Lennox – Part 1”