After I reviewed Amara Lynn’s last mlm fantasy book, I was excited to hear about their latest work, described to me as ‘a queer sci-fi hopepunk solarpunk short with an agender MC who uses neopronouns (ze/zir) and has chronic pain’. As a queer non-binary person who deals with chronic pain, this is the book I … Continue reading Review: Tundras, Travelers, and Other Travesties, by Amara Lynn
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Cw: A few shots with evidence of injury and/or the aftermath of routine medical procedures. For my first blog post of 2020, here's a first look into how the new decade has been treating me! This video is one second of every day of my Autumn and Winter, with a look at my Halloween, Bonfire … Continue reading September 28th 2019 – January 10th 2020
So I failed NaNoWriMo (again). I didn’t make it anywhere near the 50,000 words needed to ‘win’, but I don’t feel like I lost. Over November I’ve managed to write the book’s introduction chapters, and to further solidify what the other chapters will include. Here are the chapters I’ll be working on for the next … Continue reading Book Updates, NaNoWriMo, and Probable Chapter Outlines
poems I sleep next to is a poetic examination of how love and self-love can feel when it is reciprocated, fought for, and let go. The poems have no titles, so they’re almost one big poem, almost a prose story. The story begins with a hope that the reader can find self-love, then travels through … Continue reading Review – poems I sleep next to, By Shelby Eileen
I've signed the contract, phoned my parents, and alerted social media, so now it's your turn to officially hear the news. If you've been wondering about my NaNoWriMo non-fiction project this year, or you've caught me anxiously preparing for what I've been calling my 'secret project', it's because... I'm writing a book! I've been approached … Continue reading A Trans and Non-Binary Good Mental Health Guide
Lamark, the clumsy son of a notorious pirate captain, ends up betrayed by a mutinous crew and stranded on a tropical island. Along the way he rescues Yuvie, a cherubic but mischievous merman, a little piece of magic in a lonely situation. Meeting at the shoreline where the sea meets the sand, the two become … Continue reading Review – Into the Deep, by Amara Lynn