Watch this space!
Watch this space!
I am so very happy and honored to share this piece of mine that just went live in Anti-Heroin Chic. This is a flash distillation of the book I’m currently working on, a novel of the same name. Thank you so much, James Diaz, for believing in this story.
I had an absolute blast at the Zoom launch party for Here’s Waldo tonight. Here’s the YouTube video for anyone who couldn’t make it! Thank you so much to everyone for supporting me and celebrating this with me. This is a dream come true.
I don’t even know what else to say. I am overwhelmed in the best possible way right now. What do you say when a dream comes true? Thank you so much to everyone who believed in me, who supported me and my dream, and for all the kind words and encouragement over the years as I worked on this. You can now buy my book here!
Here’s my obligatory author-signing-copies video. Had to do it. 😂 The song is “Yes I’m Changing” by Tame Impala, which was basically my theme song for the book while writing it. And yes, my cats do make a special appearance here. 😸
My heart is happy right now. To be able to see my little bi love story go live in such a wonderful journal, among so many talented writers, this is a true honor. Thanks so much for seeing something in this one, L Scully. Here’s one for all my fellow bi peeps!
1. Today is my birthday! So far, 30 is pretty rad. 😊
2. In exactly one month, Here’s Waldo is coming out, and I’m doing a Zoom launch party to celebrate! It’s free, and the best birthday gift would be to see a bunch of you awesome folks sign up! 😁
Growing up, I never thought I’d see my name on a book cover, let alone one with a back cover blurb like this. Thank you so much, Gauraa Shekhar, Maudlin House, Atmosphere Press, Nick Courtright, and all of you who support my work. This is a literal dream come true.
I had the great honor of speaking with Gauraa Shekhar about Here’s Waldo, growing up poor, trauma & recovery, writing & home. Thank you so much, Gauraa, for the wonderful interview, and thanks, Maudlin House, for sharing my story of a poor kid from DP. This is a dream for me.