I have a new book out, so you know what that means! It’s time to drop the official playlist for Lions Will Tame Leopards, Book 5 in the Flirting with the Zodiac series. It’s really funny: I always procrastinate with these playlist posts. I don’t know why. They’re actually one of the easiest types of post to put together. With the last couple of books, The Bull by His Horns and Main Squeeze, I...
As we approach the midway point of the Flirting with the Zodiac series, let's take a look at the world that connects the books.
A leopard might not be able to change his spots, but that doesn't mean Nix isn't going to try. Read Chapter 1 of Lions Will Tame Leopards now!
When it comes to Western media, romantic love takes precedence. But what of platonic love? Can we even separate the two of them?
Lions Will Tame Leopards, Book 5 of the Zodiac series, features a polyamorous lion pride. Here's why that was fun to explore.
Love it or hate it, there's no denying ABO or "omegaverse" has made a splash in PNR and fanfic. Why the heck is it so popular?
So, I wrote a western. The Bull by His Horns, as much as it a sci-fi/paranormal/weird story, has elements of westerns. It features cowboys, Texan drawls, men riding horses (and bulls), and even a plot about a man wrongly accused and in danger of mob violence. Some of the elements that are present are also part of the history of America’s west too—like the background genocide. (Oh, what, you...
One of the reasons I wanted to make Ferr a Black-presenting character in The Bull by His Horns was to address the cultural myth that all cowboys were white. Over time, the history of people of color working as cowboys in America’s Wild West has been lost, erased. It was replaced with the myth of a white cowboy. Why and how did this happen? At the root, we know exactly why it occurred: racism...
Ro knew bringing home an alien boyfriend would be a problem, but he didn't expect this kind of trouble. Can he help Ferr clear his name of a crime he didn't commit? Sample The Bull by His Horns now!
Main Squeeze deals with shapeshifting alien snakes who call themselves the naga. But what, exactly, is a naga? The concept has a long history, rooted in the sacred texts of many cultures.