As a person who has created art of some sort since childhood, and through many life changes, full time work, chronic illness, moving, relationship ups and downs...I wanted to offer a place where we can support one another in our creative processes, no matter what they look like. The first offering is Creative Connection, a monthly subscription to support your creative life. Weekly videos, guided meditations, creative prompts, and a community discussion forum, all for only $10 a month. Interested? Find out more over on Teachable. … Read More » about Courses for Creatives
Something woke him. Jasper lay, buried up to his chin beneath the heavy wool comforter in the special burgundy duvet cover Timothy had bought when he moved in. “We deserve something special in the bedroom, don’t you think?” “More special than the sex?” Jasper had quipped. Timothy had swatted Jasper’s ass, knowing it would get him in the best kind of trouble. A trouble both of them enjoyed. Timothy lay beside him now, fast asleep in the cold air. An occasional snore punctuated his soft breathing. Jasper smiled, appreciating the warmth of his partner’s body, listening to the wind smacking a branch against the rooftop. He heard no other sounds. A single shaft of light broke the right-hand edge of the black-out … Read More » about The Ghost of Solstice Past: A Leather Daddy Ghost Talker Story
I wasn’t going to weigh in on American Dirt. So many others have done it so well already. Besides, I’m just a white voice in a conversation that mostly needs white people to step aside. Except…there’s one facet of this tale that my own writing career intersects with. So, I’m going to speak. For context I recommended these articles: From … Read More » about It’s Not About You: White Authors, Systemic Racism, and American Dirt
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T. Thorn Coyle’s Witches of Portland Series Spoiler Alert: Awesome! Coyle’s ability to tell a fun and lovely tale that unexpectedly deals with challenging themes is a gem worth reading. I truly needed a feel good book about the real world and our real problems. It’s exciting for me to get to write such a truly positive review. Cannot wait for the next book! Read the rest of this great review at Patheos. … Read More » about A Great Review!