HAHG Blog Tour: Day 2

Day 2 of the Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Blog Tour takes us to Review Tales by Jeyran Main in Canada, which published an article by yours truly about why I delved into the sticky world of #MeToo with this novel; and to Book Briefs here in the U.S., which published an author interview and is … Continue reading HAHG Blog Tour: Day 2

“Horrifying at the Right Moments”

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This reader review of my book Horseshoes and Hand Grenades is from a few weeks ago, but I'm just now finding time to post it. (I've been moving.) I completely respect the reviewer's different take on modern sexuality, and appreciate that the story of Astrid and Shelby resonated with her. Here's her review: Great read … Continue reading “Horrifying at the Right Moments”

HAHG on Cheryl Holloway’s Book Blog

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If you read this blog regularly, or even occasionally, you know that I've done quite a few interviews about my new novel Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, and about my career as an author. I love doing these interviews, as I'm passionate about the message in HAHG. But I of course often find myself answering similar … Continue reading HAHG on Cheryl Holloway’s Book Blog

“Ramona Interviews” S.M. Stevens

Ramona, host of "Ramona Interviews" on WCCA-TV, conducts a lively, fun and thought-provoking interview as I found when taping this segment about my new novel Horseshoes and Hand Grenades recently. Here are a few comments made by Ramona in the course of the interview (paraphrased): It was easy to read. I didn't feel depressed when … Continue reading “Ramona Interviews” S.M. Stevens

Guest Post on Funky Feminist

So honored to have a guest post appear on Funky Feminist, a site full of insightful and timely observations about everything from gender equality and race to facing your fears about menstrual cups. And kudos for the awesome graphic they posted with the article, which I have borrowed for this post. My guest post on … Continue reading Guest Post on Funky Feminist