Choice and consequence

While I don’t think I’ve ever actually said so until now, it’s not a secret: I’m pro-vax. I think everybody should be vaccinated unless they genuinely can’t for medical reasons. “But you’re vaccinated, right? So you’re safe, right? Or doesn’t your jibby jab actually work?” Newsflash: We don’t just get the jab for ourselves, butContinue reading “Choice and consequence”

Signed books are here…

Okay folks, it’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for. (And by all, I mean like all five of you.) You can now buy signed paperback copies of Black and Blue directly from me via my Big Cartel store! Now, you might be thinking, “Biatch, I already bought your book!” In which case, you mayContinue reading “Signed books are here…”

A phaser to the heart

As William Shatner said in an infamous Saturday Night Live skit, “it’s just a TV show, God dammit, it’s just a TV show!” But it’s kind of more than that. It’s hard to explain how the crew of the Enterprise became my stand-in friends when my mental health was at its lowest point, or howContinue reading “A phaser to the heart”

A book baby is born

My book has been out for a week now and gosh, that feels weird to say! I kind of just let it drop without doing a book launch event because… well, frankly, I wanted to enjoy my book release. And spending the lead-up to it organising an event all about me would definitely not haveContinue reading “A book baby is born”

Closure and exposure

My debut novel is coming out… really bloody soon and I’m getting pretty nervous. Not in a bad way, but nervous nonetheless. As the release date draws nearer, a question that’s come up a few times is whether or not Black and Blue is autobiographical. And the answer to that is: yes and no. IContinue reading “Closure and exposure”