I was mulling over whether to write this type of post or not, since I have a feeling that literally everyone is making some sort of “best of 2021” type of text. I was planning to do that too, some of my personal top 10 books I read… only to lose interest in it. Instead, … Continue reading 6 Bookish Things That Marked My 2021
As I mentioned before, I decided to try out a February reading challenge for sapphic books. F/F February looked really fun, and since I already love reading and talking about sapphic books, I knew this wouldn’t be difficult for me. Today is the last day of February, so this will be a roundup post for … Continue reading F/F February Roundup
I follow a lot of amazing bookstagramers, so I recently saw the F/F February reading challenge. As someone who writes sapphic speculative fiction and actively tries to read as much of it as I can find, I don’t think I need to explain that I was instantly hooked. But here’s the thing—I’m a bit uncomfortable … Continue reading Going Outside of My Comfort Zone: F/F February
Did someone mention childhood trauma? Warning: this post contains geese. Continue reading Story Behind the Story: Mistress of Geese
Story behind the story Make a Toast to Spring. About Istrakon, Istria and folk horror. Continue reading Story Behind the Story
Or: newest release is hitting the virtual shelves. And I’m very excited, while also very sick. Continue reading The Geese are Here!
Or, it’s time for some updates regarding my current ongoing projects. It’s a busy September. Continue reading Big plans here