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Posted on October 27, 2018October 27, 2018Categories Rainbow Snippets 2 Comments on Rainbow Snippets

Rainbow Snippets

I joined a group on Facebook called Rainbow Snippets, which posts 6 sentences of LGBTQIA+ fiction every week and everyone follows on like a blog chain!  Make sure you check out the Facebook group for more snippets, or follow the #RainbowSnippets hashtag on Twitter. Thank you for all of your help with the audio snippet of My Dream Woman. We’ve submitted it for approval, and hopefully it will be available soon. This week I have a snippet from Curtain Call, which is also in … Continue reading “Rainbow Snippets”

Posted on October 20, 2018October 20, 2018Categories Rainbow Snippets 3 Comments on Rainbow Snippets

Rainbow Snippets

I joined a group on Facebook called Rainbow Snippets, which posts 6 sentences of LGBTQIA+ fiction every week and everyone follows on like a blog chain!  Make sure you check out the Facebook group for more snippets, or follow the #RainbowSnippets hashtag on Twitter. We have finished work on the audio version of My Dream Woman and I am absolutely thrilled with the fantastic job Natalie Husdan has done with the narration. She has really captured all of the characters perfectly and brought … Continue reading “Rainbow Snippets”

Posted on October 13, 2018Categories Rainbow Snippets 4 Comments on Rainbow Snippets

Rainbow Snippets

I joined a group on Facebook called Rainbow Snippets, which posts 6 sentences of LGBTQIA+ fiction every week and everyone follows on like a blog chain!  Make sure you check out the Facebook group for more snippets, or follow the #RainbowSnippets hashtag on Twitter. We’re in the process of launching My Dream Woman into the heady world of audiobooks, and trying to choose the best retail sample.  It can be 5 minutes long, and has to really sell the book.  If you read … Continue reading “Rainbow Snippets”

Posted on October 7, 2018Categories Rainbow Snippets 7 Comments on Rainbow Snippets

Rainbow Snippets

I joined a group on Facebook called Rainbow Snippets, which posts 6 sentences of LGBTQIA+ fiction every week and everyone follows on like a blog chain!  Make sure you check out the Facebook group for more snippets, or follow the #RainbowSnippets hashtag on Twitter. Last week I posted from Everything is Better with a Cape. This week I am posting from the first in my The Guild of Dream Warriors series: My Dream Woman. I am super excited about the excellent job Natalie Husdan is doing … Continue reading “Rainbow Snippets”

Posted on September 29, 2018September 29, 2018Categories Rainbow Snippets 5 Comments on Rainbow Snippets

Rainbow Snippets

I joined a group on Facebook called Rainbow Snippets, which posts 6 sentences of LGBTQIA+ fiction every week and everyone follows on like a blog chain!  Make sure you check out the Facebook group for more snippets, or follow the #RainbowSnippets hashtag on Twitter. Last week I posted a snipped from I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse, so this week I’ll do the sequel: Everything is Better With a Cape. So, without further ado, here’s my snippet: “Nice pic of us,” Tyrone observed, handing it … Continue reading “Rainbow Snippets”

Posted on September 23, 2018September 29, 2018Categories Rainbow Snippets 11 Comments on Rainbow Snippets

Rainbow Snippets

I joined a group on Facebook called Rainbow Snippets, which posts 6 sentences of LGBTQIA+ fiction every week and everyone follows on like a blog chain!  I’ve mostly been lurking in the shadows and following the snippets, but today is Bi Visibility Day, so I’ve decided to stop lurking and actually post something!! Eeek! I’ll start with Heels, which is sort of like my “coming out” book, as it’s the first book to contain openly LGBT themes, to the point that … Continue reading “Rainbow Snippets”

Posted on September 14, 2018Categories Flash Friday 4 Comments on Landscapes

Landscapes

I haven’t done a Friday Flash for a while, but I’ve felt a bit blocked.  These are characters from my current WIP, A Walk in the Park.  This flash may find its way into the finished novel, or may just serve as background – I don’t know yet.  I do know that the prompt of Landscapes, managed to get me writing again, and I feel excited about my characters again.  Hopefully, you like it too.  Let me know what you think. … Continue reading “Landscapes”

Posted on May 7, 2018May 7, 2018Categories Grumpy Badger Guides   Leave a comment on Launch Parties and Torsos

Launch Parties and Torsos

So, I had my launch party for my latest release.  I didn’t want to do the usual, author takeover, marketing spam thing, it’s been done and overdone, and no-one’s interested, so, instead I asked my friend A. M. Leibowitz to torso bomb the event.  Regular visitors to my site will remember The Grumpy Badger Guide to Book Covers, where we took some (genuine) advice we were given about torsos on book covers improving sales, and satirised that baby to death. Well, not quite to … Continue reading “Launch Parties and Torsos”

Posted on May 4, 2018May 6, 2018Categories Flash Friday 3 Comments on Vehicles and Torsos

Vehicles and Torsos

Well, today’s #FlashFriday prompt was vehicles.  I, however, never being one to turn down a dare, promised Debbie McGowan that I would include a naughty scene with a torso, which I have dutifully done.  This post, therefore, contains naughty bits, so you have to be over 18 to read it. If you aren’t over 18, please go away and come back when you are. Thanks. So, for those of you who have been following Grumpy Badger Guides, you may recognise … Continue reading “Vehicles and Torsos”

Posted on April 21, 2018November 28, 2019Categories Flash Friday, Stories   Leave a comment on The Door

The Door

I am thrilled to announce I am working with the super talented poet and voice artist Jacqueline Belle on some audio projects. This is a part of my ongoing plan to make all of my writing fully accessible. I am delighted that she has recorded this piece of flash fiction for me, and hope you enjoy listening, or reading.   I’d been working at the lab ten months when the incident occurred.  Every day I’d walked down the long white … Continue reading “The Door”