I’m pretty excited for NaNoWriMo this year. It’s the first year that I’ll be participating as an already published author. My plan is to work on the next book in Moon Witch Taken’s story arc. I still don’t know what that story will be called but I know that it will dive a lot deeper into the pack that Quacey and Elaine grew up with. More updates from the series will come later though.

Tonight, I’m excited about the launch of my Threadless artist shop. While my main passion is writing, I’ve always dabbled in other artistic mediums. I had this idea that it would be really cool to make shirts and other items that my characters would own in real life. So as I write more books, my goal is to bring out swag that go along side them. Favorite Character’s Shirt is were those designs will go up. For now though I’ve put up a design that I made specifically for authors writing LGBTQIA characters this National Novel Writing Month. I’m calling it the NaNoWriMo Writer’s Pride shirt. (There are all sorts of other products with the design too but I ordered shirts for myself already. I can’t wait till they get here!) Check out the variations of design below. If you don’t see your pride flag. I’d be happy to add it to the list, just leave me a comment on this post. It was a lot of fun to make these. Oh I almost forgot! There’s a free shipping code valid from now until 10/22/20 5:00 p.m. CDT: FREESHIP1020efac7b

Colors drawn from the original Gilbert Baker pride flag.
Colors drawn from the lesbian pride flag.
Colors drawn from the bisexual pride flag.
Colors drawn from the transgender pride flag.
Colors drawn from the pansexual pride flag.
Colors drawn from the asexual pride flag.
Colors drawn from the aromantic pride flag.
Colors drawn from the intersex pride flag.
Colors drawn from the demisexual pride flag.
Colors drawn from the genderfluid pride flag.
Colors drawn from the polysexual pride flag.
Colors drawn from the genderqueer pride flag.
Colors drawn from the agender pride flag.
Colors drawn from the Non Binary pride flag.
Colors drawn from the Philadelphia people of color pride flag.