It's November 15th!! Do you know what that means?! IT'S MY BIRTHDAY! But, even MORE exciting, it's The Unseelie Prince's birthday, too!! Look at the AMAZING gift my best friend/sister from another mister sent me! ❤ Today, you can buy a copy on Amazon.com! You can order a copy for your e-reader for $2.99, or… Continue reading The Unseelie Prince – RELEASED TODAY!
The Folk have never shied away from taking what they want. Legends speak of Faeries stealing people from their beds, swapping infants with changelings, and impregnating women they find beautiful. You should never trust them, though they cannot lie. Eat their food, and you may never see home again. Noah Reid has spent his life… Continue reading The Unseelie Prince – Cover Reveal!
DISCLAIMER: This story will contain NSFW scenes and situations, including male/male sexual situations and strong themes of BDSM. This story is available on my patreon: http://www.patreon.com/kaitlynabdou Co-Conspirator: SushiOwl SCENE I Rainbows and Fishnets Victor had been watching him now for the last ten minutes from the large window, four stories up over Boylston Street. He… Continue reading Pride & Prejudice : Scene I
Let me start this off by apologizing! I had intended on writing this blog ON Saturday after the Pride Festival but got into a car accident (mild fender bender!) on my way home. After that my whole evening was shot, and Sami and I opted to drop in on my parents' house to use their… Continue reading Boston Pride Festival and Representation
Today is what we call Workshop Wednesdays in my writing group on Facebook, Writers of Queer Fiction. I created this group along with fellow authors Claerie Kavanaugh and Amy Nowacoski. We made this group after coming together in a Beta Reader's group on Facebook, discussing how it was difficult to find an active group for LGBT+ writers… Continue reading Workshop Wednesdays
It's June--and you know what that means!? Pride Month!! I already made an introduction post, but to commemorate the beginning of Pride Month, I am going to tell you a little story about how it took me 25 years to understand my sexuality. Let's start with elementary school. I think I was about nine years… Continue reading Happy Pride Month!