Category: Comedy

Works in the Works (and a call for Alpha/Beta Readers!)

For most of the years since my first book came out, I’ve been somewhat aggressively been focusing on one project at a time. This is mainly because, when I started publishing, I was still in university and it was really only the summers where I could focus on writing and publishing in any meaningful way. Which meant, in order to get a something done in those four months, I had to be really specific on what that something was and

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The Kitten Psychologist and the Kitten Come to a Conclusion

(Just jumping in now? Read the previous installment, The Kitten Psychologist and What the Kitten Did, or start at the beginning with The Kitten Psychologist.) Both Worn Jeans and Green Shirt looked at me. “Well, I have been having a hard time getting patients.” I said. “How did you know?” “You told me about it. Before you knew I was sentient. And you’d told everyone else about it just before then, if not so bluntly as you did me.” The kitten glared

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The Kitten Psychologist and What the Kitten Did

(Just jumping in now? Read the previous installment, The Kitten Psychologist Tries to Be Patient via Email, or start at the beginning with The Kitten Psychologist.) Wednesday arrived, and 2:55pm found me in my office, sweating. I’ve really got to turn the heat down in this place. Oh. It is down. Well, crap. I’d cancelled my other appointments that day when it became clear partway through my first one that all I could think about was this one. This one in thirty

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The Kitten Psychologist

There once was a little kitten who had decided that the outside was bad. One hundred percent, unequivocally, without question or shadow of a doubt dangerous. “I mean, why else,” said the kitten, purring and cleaning its paws, “Would we live in houses?” But, alas, one day, the kitten’s humans took it outside. Carried it right out the door. “It was terrible,” the kitten told me over Skype after the event. “One hundred percent, unequivocally, without question or shadow of

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The Curious Case of Spontaneous Green Felines

A pile of green cats mews from the centre of my living room floor. I’m not sure what to do. When you’re experiencing a case of spontaneously existing animals—not to mention animals of entirely the wrong colour—it’s difficult to remember your own name, never mind figure out what to do with the creatures. I run over my recent actions, trying to discover some kind of explanation for this occurrence. I made myself a Pop Tart. No. I check what’s in

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Erica's Story (WIP title) | The Books of Bílo (WIP title) #1
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Hunter and Prey | White Changeling #3
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Grow Your Library

Hidden in Sealskin
The Illuminated Heart
Dreaming of Her and Other Stories
The Kitten Psychologist Tries to Be Patient Through Email
The Tree Remembers
Like Mist Over the Eyes
The Kitten Psychologist Broaches the Topic of Economics
The Kitten Psychologist
Plunged Ashore
The Kitten Psychologist Versus The Kitten's Owners