Hey y'all, I'm doing something different. One of my unreleased stories, Clear Blue, is quite good and I'm proud of it. Now, normally, I'd urge you to go over to my Patreon to read it, but because I'm so gosh-darn sure it's a banger, I released it for free, in its entirety, on twitch. You can pick it up there:
I recently release a bundle of all of my gayest stories, and put it up on itch temporarily! If you want ten of my novellas and shorts, all for only $10, consider going over there and picking it up, so they're all in your digital collection forever! But hurry, the bundle is only going to be online for another 3 hours and 20 minutes!
Hi! The 1st and 2nd of April I will have a stand at FACTS! If you are in or near Belgium, consider stopping by at the con to say hi and maybe pick up a physical (and signed) copy of one of my works! :)
Hi! I just wanted to say thank you. I read horns in the library back in July of 2022 and it cracked my egg. I can thank you and your very saucy demon gals for finally breaking the floodgates and letting me become the girl I was always supposed to be. I’ve been on HRT for about 5 months now and I’m feeling the best I ever have. Much love, Annie. P.S. if you are ever in the South Puget Sound area, drinks are on me <3
Just finished reading "We're Not So Different, You And I", and I just wanted to say it was an absolute work of art! I literally just made an account in order to gush about it. Out of all your stories I've read so far, it is definitely my favorite.
I also really liked Mutually Assured Seduction, Horns In The Library and The Bad Breakup. Truly excellent works of queer fiction.
Really looking forward to reading more of your stories!
I was reading through your profile comments and noticed you mentioning a difference between stories that focus on misery and despair versus euphoria, self-expression and self-actualization. Could you elaborate a little bit on the difference between the above two stories? Is it like the protagonist feels there's something wrong with their life, but never ends up transitioning in the former? In the latter, the protagonist already knows or their egg cracks, then they take steps to transition?
A lot of trans stories, especially those in film or popular media, talk about how depressed they are, how bad their body feels, and really centers that dysphoria, often accompanied by harassment, sexual assault, abuse, etc... It focuses on every negative part of being trans, because that's often all cis people see (misery sells) without showing how being trans is good, actually, and can be a source of soul-nurturing joy and happiness.
Also!! I have an anthology of my Sapphic short stories available! In the bundle (named Witches Loving Werewolves) you can find Any Witch Way, Mutually Assured Seduction and Part-time Monster, also available in both ebook and print copies :)