[REPOST: As appeared on Avery Brooks’ blog on August 27] My fellow Bywater authors Anna Burke, Jenn Alexander, and I sat down this summer to discuss what it’s like writing wlw romance. Here is part two of our discussion. If you missed part one, check it out on Anna Burke’s blog. (Photos are from the #dogdaysofsummer … More Chatting Romance with Avery Brooks, Anna Burke, and Jenn Alexander – Part 2
Spindrift is launched and, to mix my worlds, I’ve bid her fair seas, as the crew in Compass Rose would say. I didn’t know what to expect from the experience. Like every other author who launched a book in the middle of a pandemic, I had mixed feelings, but it turned out to be so … More And the Winner Is…
Spindrift is set in the fictional town of Seal Cove, located near the mouth of the very real and very beautiful Damariscotta River. I grew up on the waters around there–Boothbay Harbor, the Sheepscot River, Linekin Bay–and I’ve managed to work my love of the ocean into two series, now. Compass Rose and her crew … More Mainely Fiction
Today, to celebrate the Bywater Exclusive ebook release of Spindrift, I want to tell you story about how my wife’s career ended up turning into a book series. … More I Married A Veterinarian and Look What Happened
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m not exactly a romantic. As a writer, while I enjoy romantic subplots and giving queer readers (myself included) characters to root for or against, fall in love with, and, occasionally, hate, that’s mostly because I’m the tiniest bit sadistic. Snatching happily-ever-afters away until the very last minute is … More Braving A New Genre: Romance
Forget holidays–there is no day I look forward more than book box day. This is my fourth book box day and it is getting even more exciting each time. I think this is because writing is weird. What is a WordDoc, anyway, but a bunch of invisible data floating around in the Cloud? Even having … More Book Box Day!