Sweet bolts of Balthak, you guys, this was so goddamn good.
UNINVITED is finally here! I've been waiting for today for 3 years, guys! Three. Years! And it's today! You can finally read this book I'm so proud of!
You can buy paperbacks via Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Createspace. Digital copies are available on my website, Amazon, B&N, iTunes, Kobo and more. (The audio books for books 2 and 3 will be late, and I'm sorry.)
Thank you all so much for your support!
Share this good news with friends. Also, in celebration, Wild Card and Unveiled (books 1 and 2 of the series) are on sale for just 99 cents each on my website. And, if you go to All Things Urban Fantasy, there's a contest to win digital copies of all the books. So check it out and help me make this book soar! <3
As social media has become prevalent in our world and I've become a professional author and artist, the temptation has been there to turn the camera off when shit gets uncomfortable, weird or horrible. But, I don't like that. Oh sure, I keep private things private.... but if someone else can learn from me? I'd rather keep the film rolling.
And that brings us to this post.
The 2016 reboot of the Ghostbusters franchise represented a departure from the norm when it comes to films aimed at women. But there's something else amazing about the Ghostbusters reboot. Not only is it a feminist masterpiece and a fun damn movie, it is an allegory for sexual abuse. (CW: rape, sexual abuse, domestic violence, misogyny.)
So, look.... I hate the Republican nominee for president. I find him to be an abhorrent excuse for a human being who does nothing but spew the worst our species has to offer. I am tired of his name. I'm tired of his face, his voice. I'm exhausted of this guy.
But we need to talk about something that involves him, and that is an art installation. Statues popped up in about 14 US cities earlier this week, and those statues all portray a nude version of...that guy whose name I don't want to use. He is depicted with a micropenis and no testicles. The artist collective responsible, INDECLINE, said....