Power Inversion by Sara Codair [Book Spotlight – Queer Urban Fantasy]

Originally posted on Matt Doyle Media:
Sara Codair has a new queer supernatural/urban fantasy book out, Evanstar Chronicles book two: ‘Power Inversion.” And there’s a giveaway! Do you have to be a monster to fight one? Erin Evanstar is a demon hunter, a protector of humanity from nightmarish predators that feed on people’s fears and…

Guest Post & Giveaway: Deleted ‘Power Inversion’ Scene by Sara Codair

Originally posted on Beauty in Ruins:
Erin’s boyfriend, José, is being held captive by demons and Erin finally has a way to track him. Erin is preparing for a journey through a place between worlds that exists outside of time that will take them to where José is being held. In this scene, Erin and…

The Long Road to Power Inversion’s Publication

Once upon a time, I posted on this site at least once or twice a month, whether it was a book review, craft post, recipe, or something about teaching. Alas, it has been about six months since I posted any original content.  A lot has happened since then. The most exciting of all the thingsContinue reading “The Long Road to Power Inversion’s Publication”

Book Review: Elysium Girls

If you like weird west stories and chosen one narratives, then read Elysium Girls. The setting and the world are something of a twist on classic western with a vibe that isn’t quite steampunk but something similar. There is even a magic showdown. While I did enjoy the book, I didn’t find myself as immersedContinue reading “Book Review: Elysium Girls”

Exclusive Cover Reveal: Life Minus Me by Sara Codair

Originally posted on LGBTQ Reads:
Today on the site, we’re happy to welcome back Sara Codair to reveal the cover for their upcoming new adult contemporary fantasy, Life Minus Me, releasing from NineStar Press on December 23rd, 2019! Here’s a little more about the book: Mel is half-angel, but despite her ability to heal and…

2019 Publications Round-Up

I’m sorry for my silence this fall. It’s been busy with a full course load, conventions, edits, and writing. Actually, this whole year has been super busy, and my list of publications is so much smaller than last years. My first publication of 2019 was a poem called “Is Listening Visiting.” It was published inContinue reading “2019 Publications Round-Up”

When you start querying one manuscript, start writing a new one.

I remember reading on websites, forums, and social media that once I started querying a manuscript, I should focus on writing a new one. The advice was that unless I was getting multiple rejections on fulls, or multiple rejections with similar feedback, I should just leave the manuscript alone. The first three times I queried,Continue reading “When you start querying one manuscript, start writing a new one.”

IWSG: Fantasy is Still My Favorite Genre

The first Wednesday of every month, the IWSG posts an optional question, encouraging members to read and comment on each other’s blogs. June’s Question is: June 5 question: Of all the genres you read and write, which is your favorite to write in and why? Fantasy is and always has been my favorite genre toContinue reading “IWSG: Fantasy is Still My Favorite Genre”