I write queer YA fantasy and paranormal. Or urban fantasy. Or whatever fits the book, really. I’ve removed my summaries because some of them are inaccurate or are books I haven’t touched in a while.
My baby is a YA dystopian fantasy novel titled Coldfire, which I began writing in April 2008. It’s changed a lot since its inception. At this point in time, it’s probably too big an undertaking for my current skill, but I’m trying to make it work. Tossing up whether to keep it dystopian or make it a full-on high fantasy. Either way, full of queer kids and every time I look at it, someone else becomes queer.
My 2011 NaNoWriMo was a YA paranormal titled Deathwitch. Three words: queer zombie-killing cheerleaders. I’ve since reworked it to lengthen the first section into its own novel called Death Touch. And implemented the queer changes I’ve been wanting to for ages.
My 2016 NaNoWriMo was a YA paranormal(?) titled Wolf Moon. That’s a working title. Don’t judge me. MC is a bisexual trans girl who’s also a werewolf. Also other assorted queers, including one that hasn’t realised he’s queer yet and another one that isn’t yet out. On hold for a while because I don’t want to detract from ownvoices trans writers.
I’m also working on an f/f retelling of Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, started in April 2017 for Camp NaNoWriMo. Playing around with the concept of True Love’s Kiss. It’s also the first time I’m tackling a dual-POV novel. The two protagonists are a bisexual princess and a pansexual princess of thieves. I also have an aroace supporting character and lots of bi supporting characters. Another one that gets queerer every time I lay eyes on it.