Today we're going to talk about self care. Self care is incredibly difficult when one is suffering from mental illness. If there is a person in your life who has mental illness, this is one of the biggest ways that you can help them, other than simply providing an ear when they need it. Self… Continue reading #MHMon: Self Care
The Books 28. A Dawn Most Wicked by Susan Dennard 29. My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier 30. The Minister's Wooing by Harriet Beecher Stowe C 31. Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes by Cory O'Brien DN 32. A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett C 33. When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon D 34.… Continue reading June Wrap Up & GIVEAWAY!
If you followed the Evie series and have looked at some of my promos for All for One (or maybe even read the book already???) you might have noticed that it is a lot different from my urban fantasy books. There is one thing they have in common, however. Both have a cast of diverse… Continue reading Pride in All for One
It's here! ALL FOR ONE is now available for sale on Amazon. For some reason the paperback isn't showing up on my author page yet, but it is still available on my etsy page. I've also updated the shipping options for paperbacks, so there are some cheaper shipping methods available now. I will try to… Continue reading All for One Release day!
If I have one regret about Evie's series, it's that I didn't get to put as much emphasis on the sexuality and relationship dynamics of my main character and her love interest, Micha. I did address this once, here, but I wanted to revisit it again for Pride month. As I mentioned last week, it's… Continue reading Pride in the Evie Cappelli Series
We are at T minus 7 days and counting! All for One goes live on Monday, June 18. You can still pre-order an ebook copy for $2.99 on amazon, or get a signed book through my etsy. Everything sold through the etsy shop comes with swag and a free ebook edition of The Spider's Web,… Continue reading The Countdown is On!
The following is part of my Pride Fridays series for the month of June. The first post can be found here. I didn't grow up knowing I was different. Scratch that, I knew from an early age that I was different in a lot of ways. But it never crossed my mind that my sexuality… Continue reading Pride In Myself
A couple of days ago on Twitter there was a post circulating about helping people with panic attacks that recommended hugging them. This was quickly shut down by hundreds--if not thousands--of anxiety sufferers who all said the same thing: If I'm having a panic attack, touch me at your own peril. It's not that people with… Continue reading #MHMon: How to Help Someone Having a Panic/Anxiety Attack or Meltdown
June is Pride month, dedicated to celebrating LGBTQIA+ of all sorts. For those who do not know, I am on the aro/ace spectrum. The exact position on the spectrum changes from day to day, but that is my identity and it bleeds into all of my work. Asexuality is a lack of sexual attraction to people… Continue reading Pride
The Books 25. The Immortal Heights by Sherry Thomas 26. Cold Days by Jim Butcher 27. Odd Girl Out by Laura James ND A short month this time in terms of reading. I've been doing a lot of reading, but I've also had some deadlines working against me. All three books this month were wins. The… Continue reading May Wrap Up