I had a lot of fun creating this board for Werecat with photos, artwork, people and places that give a flavor of the story.
Things look a little different around here? Well, I’m glad you noticed. I spent some of my time off from work this week giving the website a new look.
It’s back! The Hop for Visibility, Awareness, and Equality (formerly the Hop Against Homophobia and Transphobia) is an annual action by folks in the publishing industry that supports the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia. Read my post here.
I’m so grateful to everyone who supported Werecat: The Trilogy through two rounds of voting. The book made it from a crowded field to the finals in its category. The awards were announced just yesterday, and Werecat did not ultimately win.
I’m participating in the #AmericaCreates campaign in celebration of World IP Day. World IP Day was created to raise awareness of the importance of intellectual property rights, which are invaluable to sustaining the work of artists, authors, musicians, inventors and many other innovators.