I’m in the midst of a new/old story – spacemen come back to a depopulated earth only to find out there are werewolves there. I’m writing the wolf POV in … Read more
Rating: 4 stars out of 5 In his anger and obedience to fleet rules and regulations, fleet captain Gideon Arcturus makes a serious error in judgement regarding the Ankyros Ambassador … Read more
Hi all… We’re continuing to expand the features on the Queer Sci Fi site. I’ve just added a free reads section – and to start it off, I added my … Read more
In writing, it seems to me that the trick is to invest these characters with flaws but to still make the reader fall in love with them. Because a flawed multidimensional character is often much more interesting than a picture-perfect Ken doll.
What do y’all think?
What do you do with stories that have fallen all the way down through the editorial pachinko machine?
As anyone who visits this blog regularly (or even looks at my Facebook page) will know, I recently had a short story accepted into a Dreamspinner anthology. It’s a thrilling … Read more
This book review is more centered on the author than the book. I love Jordan Castillo Price. She “bends the rules” of gay romantic fiction. But I couldn’t help but … Read more
In my wanderings through the LGBT sci fi community, I’m finding that there’s a whole lot out there these days melding sci fi themes with MM romance. While I think … Read more
Rating: 4.25 stars out of 5 When Robert Belton and his brothers left home to make their fortune in the Klondike gold fields, they never imagined where their gold fever … Read more
I’ve always thought I was a little ADD – generally, I flourish when I can be bouncing back sand forth between multiple tasks, and rarely do I sit down and do just ONE THING AT A TIME.
But sometimes I wonder if this serves me well in my writing too.