May 25, 2020

I’m always on the lookout for fiction featuring sick and disabled characters, especially when those characters are not defined by their conditions. I don’t see a lot of sick protagonists in fantasy, probably because many writers overlook the possibility that a disabled person can (and would) participate in a swash-buckling, magical adventure. Here is a…

May 11, 2020

Since I have several nieces, nephews, and godkids, obviously I use them as an excuse to read awesome picture books. Plus, I enjoy writing picture books, so I read a lot of them for *ahem* research. It’s not just because I think children’s stories are great. Absolutely not. Here are five of my favourites and,…

May 1, 2020

Wyrd & Wonder is a blogstraganza celebrating fantasy, so how can I not join in? Many bloggers are sharing their fantasy to-read piles for the month of May; however, I’ve been struggling with reading lately due to a combination of anxiety and chronic illness. Gaming has been my go-to distraction these days, so I’ll share…

Apr 17, 2020

I’m so excited to announce the launch of my book,¬†Super Sick: Making Peace with Chronic Illness. I wanted to write something that was candid about what living with a chronic illness was like, and have spent the last couple years putting this story together. It includes interviews with many other people who have chronic illnesses…

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Days in the life of a chronically ill writer. Posts extremely likely to include thoughts on disability, sci-fi, fantasy, and video games. Put on your nerd hat, folks.

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