Monthly Archives: January 2020

Sex-Positive Succubi

When Brian Thomas and I began a book about the relationship between a succubus and an angel, the chief thing I was adamant about was that sex had to be beautiful and liberating and celebratory.  Sex in and of itself … Continue reading

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Never Enough: All the Rest

Actually, I’m fairly pleased with how the promotional aspect of everything went last year. I had some great conversations with podcast people this year. Because of the Camp Fire book, I managed to get out in public some. Thanks to … Continue reading

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Never Enough: Live in 2019

Never enough doesn’t really describe last year’s live events, because I’m really pleased with how many times I got invited to speak or read in public. I wish I’d been able to work things out with the Cliterary Salon, but … Continue reading

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Never Enough 2019

Every year I recap the writing triumphs and disappointments of the previous twelve months. Every year I feel like I haven’t done enough, but that was especially true in 2019. The year started strong, then I got consumed with revising … Continue reading

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