Category Archives: Books

5 Picture Books touching on Biracial Asian Identity You Should Read to your Children

My blog is going to be pretty Equus-centric for the next few weeks, but for today we’re going to press pause on that so I can share this guest post from K. Bird Lincoln. I met her when she submitted … Continue reading

But really, aren’t we all winners?

Well, the rafflecopter has ended and a winner has been chosen from the over 200 entries. Congratulations Patricia J.! I have emailed you with the information I need in order to send your prize and I hope to hear from … Continue reading

T-Shirt Giveaway

Dream Eater is coming out soon. April 4th, as a matter-of-fact. In case you haven’t heard me rave about Dream Eater before, it’s a book by K. Bird Lincoln that I had the pleasure of editing. I love it. Koi … Continue reading

We’ve Got Loki All Wrong

We’re going to take a short break from dinosaurs today to help celebrate a different book. The Songweaver’s Vow is by Laura VanArendonk Baugh. You should recognise her name by now (and not just because it stands out LoL) because … Continue reading

(Partial) 2017 Reading List

To be perfectly honest, I’m primarily making this blog post for myself LoL A couple of weeks ago I asked my Facebook friends to recommend books for me to read in 2017 and said I’d add some of them to … Continue reading

2016 Eligibility Post

If you are nominating for industry awards this year please consider the following works of mine which I published in 2016: Short Story: Sharper Than a Griffin’s Claw, Women in Practical Armor, March 2016 Where I come from they say … Continue reading

Servants of Fate

Wendy Sparrow has a sweet holiday treat for you. Her Servants of Fate series — three paranormal romance titles — is available today! These are three PG-rated romance stories which each feature a different one of Father Time’s hunky (but … Continue reading

Ghosts — by SG Wong

My friend, and fellow Edmonton author, SG Wong released the third book in her Lola Stark series this week so I invited her to share a guest post on my blog to help celebrate (because writing is a team sport, … Continue reading

C is for Chimera September Sale on Kobo

  Like the picture says, C is for Chimera is on sale from today until the 26th. You’ll need to enter the code 30SEP at checkout, but then you can take C is for Chimera and tons of other books home … Continue reading

Women in Practical Armor

If women in fantasy are capable and intelligent enough to lead in battle, wouldn’t they also be intelligent enough to protect their abdomens, tie their hair back, and cover their faces in battle? Edited by Ed Greenwood and Gabrielle Harbowy, … Continue reading

Books About Writing

Jo was putting in an Amazon order the other day and asked if I needed anything. Which, I mean… I think we all know the answer to that right? But I thought about the huge pile of books sitting up … Continue reading