Audiobook and Free E-Book!

Spooning Leads to Forking: A Gay Teen Romance Story is now available as an audiobook on Audible HERE! Free with trial! Narrated by the talented Willis Miller, Spooning Leads to Forking is a coming-of-age story about two teenage boys, Dylan and Michael, who are attempting to figure out their attraction to one another and happen... Continue Reading →

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The Power – and Danger – of Labels

Back in January, I wrote an article for the Insecure Writer's Support Group's newsletter on the dangers of placing labels on yourself, especially as a writer. The IWSG is a database resource site and support group for writers and authors that features weekly guests and tips, a monthly blogfest gathering, a Facebook group, a book club,... Continue Reading →

A Break from Adulting

A couple weeks ago, after nearly suffering a mental breakdown from stress and being overworked in general, I decided to call off from all three of my jobs, shut off my phone, and escape to the mountains for a couple days with a friend who could also stand to get away for a little while.... Continue Reading →

Black History Month

As a part of Black History Month, I wanted to share some of my own history. My great grandma, Susie Perkins, was born in 1902. She grew up on a farm in Mississipi and was only 14 when she got married and gave birth to my grandpa, Thomas Wright. When she was 35, she moved... Continue Reading →

SLTF Award Nomination!

Spooning Leads to Forking is up for nomination in the Goodreads M/M Romance Best Coming of Age category! After it was banned on Amazon for being too gay/erotic, I made it available for free on Lulu and Audible for a limited time. Please vote and support our LGBTQ+ voices! PLACE YOUR VOTE! (Must be a... Continue Reading →

Poetry as Healing

Hey guys, I need your help! I'll be submitting 2 of my poems to be published in the Speak Out: Poetry as Healing​ chapbook, but I can't decide which ones. They're all fairly short, so if you have time to read and place your vote either in the comments or on Wattpad, I would appreciate... Continue Reading →

Fanfiction Writer Asks – 50 Q&A

Borrowed from a Tumblr post by criminal-minds-fanfiction. 1) How old were you when you first starting writing fanfiction? I was about 16-17 when I started writing original fiction and RP’ing (role-playing) original characters with friends. Then one friend got me hooked on South Park fanfiction when I was about 18, and it’s been a downhill ride... Continue Reading →

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