december reads

This December, I’m reading local, reviewing an ARC of a book I’m super hyped for, and am running a holiday offer on my books!

I wrapped up my event schedule this past weekend with the truly rad Rad Holiday Market. It was my first time in the RadStorm space, and I loved the collaborative grass-roots arts vibe. I got to meet so many artists and I had some wonderful conversations with the folks who came through. As a bonus, I sold out of my copies of The Patch Project! Very thankful to everyone who braved the cold to support local creators and to the organizers!

My table at the Rad Holiday Market! [Image description: A table with a red tablecloth in front of a frosted garage door-like panel featuring an open old-style suitcase with the Patch Project books inside. A sign reading “Post-Apocalyptic & Science Fiction”, bookmarks, and a framed price list are set around the suitcase.]

This month, I’m reading through my pile of local reads! They include:

  • Migration Songs by Anna Quon
  • External Forces by Shannon Fay
  • Poor Farm by Ronan O’Driscoll
  • Secrets of the Hotel Maisonneuve by Richard Levangie
  • We Happy Few by Aren A Morris
Local reads! [Image description: Stack of books listed above on a blue and gold tree skirt in front of Christmas tree tapestry.]

I’m also super excited to be reading through the Advance Reader Copy for World Running Down by Al Hess! It’s a cozy post-apocalyptic novel featuring a trans main character, wasteland pirates, runaway androids, and A.I. in love! I’m going to be posting a review soon, but I can already say it’s a sci-fi must-read for 2023!

The cover of World Running Down by Al Hess [Image from Goodreads]

I still have plenty of copies of the Patch Project series for sale-if you order a copy of any of the books directly from me through my FB page, it will come with a free sticker (only one sticker per person until I run out)! The holiday offer runs until January 5, 2023.

The holiday offer book stickers! [Image description: Four stickers featuring the cover of Where Long Shadows End are fanned out being held in front of a festive collection of a silver Christmas tree, ornaments, and a Christmas tree tapestry]

Wishing you a wonderful holiday season full of joy, peace, and hope for the future!

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