Posted in Written Media

New Book – The Guardian Series

It’s been a while, and I am closing in on the first book in a new series called The Guardian Series. The first book takes us through Kate Stone’s viewpoint when she finds she is not as human as she thought. She exhibits an animal, almost dog-like, temperament and the abilities that make her almost unkillable. Unfortunately for her, being physically resilient doesn’t pay the rent, or solve her history of monstrous neglect and abuse.

It’s a rough ride through bad choices that forces Kate to grow and learn that violence is not the answer to every problem, and she can use her aggression and supernatural abilities to help others and be a force for good in the world.

Nothing can stop Kate Stone and her love of motorcycles, but she’s has to make a decision on what kind of woman she is going to be.

I have one final pass on edits, and then I will be putting it up on multiple ebook venues. This will be my first publishing endeavor without a publisher, and I have to say I have been enjoying the process. I’ll post when I have more news.

Posted in Visual Media

Never Forget

I’ve taken up painting lately, with acrylics. It’s not professional level, but I enjoy it.

I’ve been doing a queer focused painting series right now. It’s hard not to be political in the current climate where being a queer transgender person is met with such furious attacks. I write a lot of this over at


I finished this today, and am calling it Never Forget. The lettering is definitely wobbly. With how much my hands shake, though, I’m happy.

When I was young, in the late 80s to early 90s, I had an awful lot of stickers that said “Silence = Death” with a pink triangle.


They came from the Silence = Death project. Despite starting out in New York, that campaign reached all the way across the country to Bellingham, WA. It was a time when my being a female bodied person, and dating women, was met with violence, and the escalating HIV casualties were in full swing.

Now, the political climate is filled with people that have argued with me that gay marriage fixed the stigmatization of LGBTQ people. It hasn’t. Violence is ever escalating, and I think carrying the old Silence = Death campaign forward to remember all those that came before us is more important than ever. The campaigns and organization that came out of that period helped create the kind of infrastructure needed to win same sex marriage, and now stand in the face of this current unrelenting series of political attacks.

I just wanted to pay homage to that campaign, and those we lost.

Posted in Written Media


I have two projects in the works.

The first is a book written with my husband called Accidentally Gay, which is an expansion on his website: It’s done, and with the publishers, so we are waiting to hear when it goes out.

Since then, I have written a bit of genre fiction, which I’m shopping to our publisher. Per our contract, all new works have to go to the publisher first. If they decided they don’t want it, then it will go up on Amazon as a self publish, after I get a copy editor to look it over.

I’ll add links to where to buy these books as I get them up and out.