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Twinkle is out!!!!

My new novel Twinkle is out! I absolutely love this book. Ultimately, it’s a love letter to love itself in all its forms– it’s a hug, a warm embrace, a giggle, and a cry all in one. To say these

Awards and Media!!!

The 2020 American Fiction Awards have been announced and I’m absolutely elated to share that Film won in the category of “Inspirational Fiction” and Candy Floss Collection (3 novels) won in the category “Anthologies.” Film was also honored as a

Shooting Stars is out!!!!!

My new novel Shooting Stars is out! To say this was an unexpected project and a gift, would be an understatement. I’d like to share how this love story came to be. This fall through spring I had a creative

Candy Floss Collection!!!!!

I’m absolutely delighted to share my latest release, a long-time in the making. Candy Floss Collection is a set of three previously released novels: Low-Fat Love, Blue, and Film. Together these novels create an overarching message about what it truly

Handbook Release & More!

After seven years of labor, I’m delighted to announce the release of The Oxford Handbook of Methods for Public Scholarship. This is a one-of-a-kind collection for students, professors, and researchers across the disciplines who are looking to make their research

Spring/Summer Round-Up

It’s been an incredible few months since the release of Spark. Now that things have calmed down I’d like to take a moment to thank you all. I’m enormously grateful to everyone who has picked up a copy, said a

Spark!!!!!!!!

Spark has been released! I’m absolutely over-the-moon. Honestly, I’ve never been more excited to share my work. This was a special project from the outset. I’d like to share the inspiration behind this novel and what it means to me.

USA Best Book Awards!!!!!

I’m absolutely over-the-moon. The 2018 USA Best Book Awards results were announced. Privilege Through the Looking-Glass is the winner in the category anthologies nonfiction. It’s also been honored as a finalist in the categories multicultural nonfiction and education/academic. This honor

Spring/Summer Roundup

I had such a busy spring traveling to conferences and book events that I’ve taken the summer to hideaway with my loved ones, reading and writing. I’ve already read eight novels and I’ve nearly written one of my own. I’ve

Blessings

I could sum up how I feel so far this year with one word: grateful. Last year I had to cancel all of my professional appearances in order to have back surgery. I was devastated. One year later I find