Apologies for the delay in posting this recap. Life stuff came up once again, and my laptop is going into maintenance tomorrow, hence the big “last week of the term” vibes here on the blog. I read a satisfying assortment of things, mostly horror because that seems to be the mood I’m in.
Since I’m a published author now, I will no longer be linking to reviews less than four stars. I will mention that I read the work, but otherwise, the review is for me and me alone.
Apologies for the delay in posting this recap. Life stuff came up and I needed to take care of my own, but it’s finally here. The biggest thing that happened in April is I debuted with my sapphic true crime fantasy noir novella, Ice Upon a Pier. The reception has been great so far, and I’m so excited that people have purchased, read, and enjoyed it. I did get some reading done, but absolutely not the level I’m used to. I’m really excited to continue down this path and there are announcements coming in June.
Here are the cool things that happens with Ice Upon a Pier:
Once again, I’m sorry that I had to take a break in February. March got me mostly back on track, aside from a mental health episode that’s stalled a whole bunch of things. But, in the best news, I’m done with my novella, Ice Upon a Pier, and it’s coming out with a paperback edition for those who don’t want to read it on a Kindle or in digital. All links have been updated in the press kit, including some indie bookstores for those who want to support those venues.