Today's the day! My fifth novel, A Line in the Dark, is officially on sale at all retailers.Read More
Since 2011, I've been tracking the number of young adult books about LGBTQ characters. I took a break in 2015 and 2016, but this year I've decided to update my statistics to include the last two years. These are the results.Read More
I've been purposely quieter on the internet this summer because I've felt like I needed a break from the noise. I probably follow too many political pundits and not enough calming voices. But I'm also sort of defensively taking some space for myself as I approach two things: the publication of A Line in the Dark in October, and the start of drafting my next novel.Read More
Yesterday the news of my latest book deal was announced in Publishers Weekly and I'm thrilled to share some more details with you today. This is a book that six months ago I didn't even know I'd be writing ...Read More
You may remember that a couple of years ago I was on the writing staff for a serialized prequel to Ellen Kushner's groundbreaking fantasy novel Swordspoint. If you've ever wished there was a queer Three Musketeers, this is it!Read More
Here’s a roundup of several books I’ve read and enjoyed so far in 2017, including We Are Okay by Nina LaCour, Born a Crime by Trevor Noah, and Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit by Jaye Robin Brown.Read More
It's only mid-March but mentally I'm already all the way in October because this week I received the advance review copies of A Line in the Dark. Lookie!
Advance review copies go out to reviewers, which means other people are going to be reading this book soon. This is a nerve-wracking time for the author, because now is the moment the book ceases to be mine alone and becomes ... yours. I am excited and nervous for this book to hit the world.Read More