Stacking the Shelves (197)

Stacking the Shelves

I didn’t pick up much for the towering TBR pile this week. That’s probably a good thing, as we’re planning to be at Worldcon next week in Kansas City, where there will be all sorts of science fiction and fantasy temptations calling my name from the Dealer’s Room.

But I did received my contributor’s copies for a couple of things that I, well, contributed to. I have an article on Military Romance in this month’s issue of Library Journal. And the write up my keynote speech from the first ever Gay Romance Northwest Conference is included in their new collection of stories and essays from what is now an annual conference. I was thrilled to be asked to keynote that first, fledgling conference, and it is so cool to see my name listed as one of the many authors in this collection. I’m in great company! One of the sad things about leaving Seattle is not being able to participate in this conference every year. I had a terrific time and met some great authors.

For Review:
A Maiden Weeping (Crispin Guest #9) by Jeri Westerson
Spaceman by Mike Massimino
The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford

Contributor’s Copies:
Love in Uniform: Military Romance, Library Journal, August 2016 issue
Magic & Mayhem: Fiction and Essays Celebrating LGBTQA Romance edited by Nicole Kimberling

2 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (197)

  1. I’m not generally one for biographies, but Spaceman could be an interesting read. Of course, I still have 3 books I bought when we were at Kennedy Space Center, so it might be a while. 🙂

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