In all the excitement of moving, I forgot to mention the new release! My story Deadfall appears in the new anthology Time's Rainbow from Launch Point Press. Get your copy today!
It's been a long time since I've updated, and a lot has happened. First, of course, was my book release with Helen Angove and Rachel Green. It's a trio of mystery and suspense novellas, involving the women of a small Cornish village, over the course of three centuries. The collection is called Blades … Continue reading The Immigrant, and other updates
The Strange Case of the Big Sur Benefactor has won second place in the 2016 Rainbow Awards, Lesbian Historical & Paranormal category. Thank you, Elisa Rolle, and thank you judges! The Strange Case of the Big Sur Benefactor is available now at Bold Strokes Books.
Volume 5 of the MCB Quarterly, featuring my story Glow Bunny is out! You can find it here in all ebook formats. Glow Bunny is the story of a veterinarian, a lawyer, and a little bunny with a price on its head. Cheaper than a fancy espresso drink, and twice as entertaining. To celebrate my … Continue reading RELEASE DAY!
I'm absolutely over the moon to report that Fool's Gold has won a Rainbow Award for Best Gay Historical, and is a runner-up for Best Gay Novel of 2015! The Rainbow Awards are the brainchild of Elisa Rolle, author of Days of Love, a retrospective of LGBTQ love through the ages. Every year, Elisa single-handedly … Continue reading Fool’s Gold: Best Gay Historical, Runner-up Best Gay Novel!
Some excellent news today--Fool's Gold has received an honorable mention in the Rainbow Awards! An Honorable Mention means that the book has received a minimum of 35 out of 40 points from the judges. Winners will be announced on December 8. *flailing happy dance* Here are what the judges had to say: So good - … Continue reading Honorable Mention!
Thank you Wendy for this excellent opportunity!
Jess Faraday and I met in a writing community on LiveJournal in 2004, and did our first Nanowrimo together in October that year. Along with several others, we formed our own writing and critique group, which has been going since January 2005. Jess was one of the first of us to get published, and she’s certainly one of our most prolific members. She has too many published books to be considered “emerging” any more, but it has been my pleasure and privilege to be part of her journey to publication — to see her emerge — and I’m thrilled that she agreed to do an author interview.
JESS FARADAY is the author of the Ira Adler series (including the Lambda-shortlisted Affair of the Porcelain Dog), the steampunk thriller The Left Hand of Justice, the Stein & Vincent adventures, and numerous articles, short stories, and translations. She teaches a short fiction…
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