On November 21st I’ll be at the New York Public Library in the Teen Zone to offer an interactive writing workshop! Come join the fun to craft your own villain (or hero!) with me and hear writing tips, resources and more!
I’m so excited for the Vegas Valley Book Festival this weekend! I’ll be signing books at the Interlude Press booth and also on two different panels, Identity Isn’t Everything and also Who Runs The World? Hope to see you there!
SLCC was so much fun! It was my first time ever being at this Comic Con, and I was blown away by the energy and the passion of the fans, the creative cosplays and of course the wonderful people who came to my panels and my signing! I was nervous moderating my first two panels at this con, Say It On The Page! and Turning Ideas into Novels, but the discussion and thought-provoking questions made it all worth it.
Join me on October 15th in San Diego, CA for a special event at Mysterious Galaxy Books! There will be food, prizes, fun and more! Come hang out for special swag, a reading of Not Your Villain and for a book signing…
I remember my very first SDCC: I was overwhelmed, nervous, and just loved all the nerdery of it all. I walked the floors, went to panels, and waited for hours and hours in line to get a chance to see some of the creators who inspired me so much. This year I was invited as a guest to SDCC and it was such an amazing experience!
This was my first ever YALLWEST, and it was one jam-packed day full of amazing authors, readers and just so much fun. It was incredible getting to be invited as a guest on a few panels and getting to talk to so many amazing people. This was also the cover reveal of Not Your Villain and we had a little cover reveal boba party with Duet Books!
I’ve always loved the LA Times Festival of Books! The first time I went I was …nine years old. It was so cool, getting to see how many other people just loved books and I was so amazed at how many authors were there! I was pretty much this wide-eyed kid then and this year I got to live out my dream and be there as an author, just as wide-eyed.