New Article in Life Learning Magazine

My article, “Because I Said So,” is in this month’s issue of Life Learning Magazine. In it, I discuss adult privilege and prejudice against children. You can download the magazine at the link, but only subscribers will have access to it.

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New Post at Feminspire

This week I’m writing all kinds of fun things about Halloween costumes, hangover remedies, crafts and more–but I can’t share them with you! Argh!

I can share my newest post at Feminspire, though. It’s another media blog about some of my favorite female-positive movies. They’re not as awesome as Miyazaki movies but I love them, and I have since I was a child.

Feminspire
Don Bluth Films: Providing Positive Role Models for Young Girls

Poem Featured in Upcoming What the Dickens? Magazine

My poem, “The Half-God’s Grief,” will be in issue 8 of What the Dickens? Magazine. It’s available for pre-order now here and there are limited copies available.

This one isn’t a piece I mentioned last week, but a pleasant surprise instead. 🙂 The poem depicts Hercules and the death of one of his lovers, the young man Hylas.

Writin’

fuegoSadly, I don’t have any links to share with you just yet this week. Most of this week’s writing is ghostwriting, so I can’t post it. If I could, I’d have a few dozen links to post and many more to come today and tomorrow. 😉

I do have a few posts I’ll be able to share soon at Feminispire, Teaching Tolerance, Life Learning Magazine and hopefully more, so look for those in the upcoming weeks. I also just finished editing my second adult fantasy romance book, The Boon Collector, and am excited to announce it will be released on March 22! It’s in a series with other authors, which is really cool, and I can’t wait to read them all. Check out my grownups-only blog at right to find out more.

In the meantime, here’s a picture of my handsome boy Fuego enjoying his catnip and tower. Every time Harry Dresden yells “Fuego!” in the Dresden Files books, I look at my cat and wonder what he’s done.