I got the finished art for Christian Delacroix from the lovely FeySpeaker during stream on Friday! If you missed the Newsletter that went out earlier today, check out the abridged version below! He is known as Jack the Ripper by…
So I’ve been struggling with JUDGMENT if you haven’t been paying attention to my most recent writing-related tweets, and after talking with fellow author Elana Mudgan about our books and fantasy in general, I’m really eager to get started on…
Feature: Author Georgina Kiersten’s Blog – “15 Books By Black Authors You Should Read This Halloween”
The email was all about her latest blog post where she showcased 15 books by black authors readers should read for Halloween.
I scrolled through it, admittedly hoping my name would be on there — and it was!
I’ve long been struggling (as you may know by the frequency of these posts) to continue writing creatively (being in school, writing academically is something else entirely), and I figured being forced to give content on a regular basis would give my creative juices a push and also help me supplement life (and spread the word about the books I already have in stores).
Besides all of this writing, I've been asked to speak on a panel at my local Barnes and Noble for B-Fest, the YA-oriented festival where YA authors speak at bookstores and hold events for readers. While I don't write YA, I couldn't pass up the chance when asked to talk about the creative process, that is, my characters, plot, and connecting plots in a series.