The Power of Pride

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”

My Life is Not a Porno

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”

Fiction and the Asexual Character by Cass Lennox – Part 1

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”