• Blood & Milk, and Donations to LGBT Africa

    This was scheduled to be posted a few days ago, but I held off posting in the wake of the horrific mass murder in Orlando.  🙁   But then I realised, maybe that’s the reason I should post it.  Because not only are hate crimes still happening, but anti-homosexuality laws are still a thing, now, in 2016. From my research for Blood & Milk, and from all I have learned, I can tell you the prospects for LGBTQI people in Africa are pretty grim.  In fact, according to ILGA, out of the 83 countries in the world where anti-homosexuality laws are still in place, 33 of those countries are in Africa.…

  • LGBTQ Push Back Giveaway!

    I am a part of the fantastic fundraising efforts of our bloody awesome m/m community. The LGBTQ Push Back Charity Giveaway is raising money and awareness, in retaliation to recent (and very public)  anti-gay money raising schemes. So let’s show them that we can do better! But first some serious stuff. I have used this next segment from The Diverse Reader post (links below) but I thought they were important to share: We might work in a world of fiction, but here are some facts. LGBT people make up less than 10% of the overall population, yet 40% of homeless kids in the U.S. identify as LGBT. Of them, 68%…

  • Can you see discrimination?

    April 2nd is World Austism Awareness Day Fact on Austism: People with autism may demonstrate above average levels of concentration, reliability and accuracy. ~~~~~~ So I’m taking part in RJ Scott’s April Blog Hop, aimed at discrimination and prejudice.  When thinking about what form of discrimination I could write about, it seemed only fair that with my two recent releases, Blind Faith and Through These Eyes, that I approached the discrimination that blind people in our communities face on a daily basis. As a member of any community in the developed world, whether able sighted or not, we are entitled to basic human rights.  So what are the rights of blind…