Tagged San Andreas Shifters

Aug122020

The Enforcer Enigma Special Extras

Dearest Gentle Reader, much to my surprise (and others), The Enforcer Enigma released August 1, 2020. (It was originally slated for the beginning of November, but I bumped it forward because of the Morbs.) Here are some special extras for this book! Colin and Judd get their own story at last! Thank you so much […]

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Jul222020

Sample That Tasty Book! Enforcer Enigma Opening Scene

The Enforcer Enigma is coming, Gentle Reader, and probably sooner than you thought! Sample the Yummy? Chapter One: Take Me Home, Werewolf Pack Colin knew they were going to cause problems the moment they walked in the door. It was so obvious, in fact, it transported him to some Old West movie full of clichés. […]

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Jul102020

The Enforcer Enigma Print Editions & Borderlands

I’m not going to sugar coat this, things are grim in publishing right now, Gentle Reader. The Enforcer Enigma print editions will be delayed. I have no idea exactly how long for, but I can’t see any way in which it will be possible for me to have it available by Aug 1, 2020 at […]

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Jun122020

Enforcer Enigma Gets Early Release + Cover Reveal & Blurb

So, here’s the thing, Gentle Reader, With shelter in place still, somewhat, in place for many of us, I thought maybe you’d like to get the next San Andreas Shifter book early? Books help comfort, right? Particularly books with lovely pining gay werewolves. I was going to release it in the fall, but instead, I’ve […]

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May242019

Researching Gender Fluidity & Representing it in Fiction – The 5th Gender by Gail Carriger (Custard Protocol, San Andreas Shifters & Tinkered Stars Behind the Magic)

Note: This resource is ongoing & updated, if a link doesn’t work or if you have other resources to offer (remember this is for fiction writers) please leave a comment.  I’ll be honest, Gentle Reader, I wrote The 5th Gender, basically, in the space of one week without internet. So while I was writing it. […]

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