(This is a follow up about Star Crossed; you can read our first statement here.) In the summer of 2014 when we started plotting the Fly Me to the Moon series, we penciled in a female/female romance about a would-be astronaut and a woman at the American Space Department. Much of the fiction and non-fiction about … Continue reading “Second Statement re: Star Crossed”
Here are a few things I believe: 1) Representation in art matters. It’s important to see people in books who look like you. It’s important to see people in books who are nothing like you. It’s important to see people in books who are superficially like you but different on the inside. It’s important to … Continue reading “Statement re: Star Crossed”
It was a very long time coming, but I’m thrilled Star Crossed is now available in both print and e-book! You can pick it up at Amazon, iBooks, B&N, Google Play, and Kobo; add it to your Goodreads shelves; join the series mailing list; and see the book’s inspiration board on Pinterest. (Whew.) Star Crossed is the story of Geri Brixton, an ambitious pilot who’d like … Continue reading “Star Crossed Release Day!”
I’m so happy to share the covers for the next TWO Fly Me to the Moon books with you. We’ve been sitting on these for forever, and it’s been very hard not to wallpaper the internet with them. The blurbs and some FAQs are after the break.
Houston, Texas, 1964 Geraldine Brixton is ready to make history as the first female American astronaut. After a childhood traveling the air show circuit, she works as a pilot, so she’s more than prepared for the flying. But space demands more than operating equipment and the last obstacle in her way is also the most … Continue reading “Star Crossed”
So you’ve seen the cover for Star Dust. It’s gorgeous and it’s about astronauts and so far so good–but what does a space-race romance really look like? Well, I’ve got the prologue and part of the opening chapter for you. Be advised that there are a couple of adult words, a Soviet satellite, and a … Continue reading “Star Dust: Opening Chapter”
2017 was a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous, old sinner. (Quick! Name that book.) It was a difficult year for me personally, but a truly awful one nationally and globally. I started here, you might remember, looking at the moon and bracing for the worst. Things never improved. But despite that, here are some things … Continue reading “2017 in Review”
If you’re on our mailing list, you’ve already seen these (and if not, sign up here!), but here are the covers for Free Fall and A Midnight Feast. The blurbs are after the break along with some FAQs.
Genevieve and I are putting the finishing touches on Star Crossed. We’ll have an official release date and preorder links soon (and ARCs in the next two weeks), but before we get to that, I wanted to recommend some of the many, many female/female romances I’ve read. About two years ago, I asked myself, “Why … Continue reading “Recommendation Club: F/F Romance”
Let’s do this again (here’s 2015, 2014, and 2013)! In the past 12 months, I have done the following things: With Genevieve, I finished/edited/released Earth Bound, wrote/edited/released A Midnight Kiss, wrote Star Crossed, and knocked out a big chunk of Fly Me to the Moon 6. Whew. On my own, I finished a secret thing. I … Continue reading “2016 in Review”