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Bad Dyke! Now on sale

Posted on Oct 25, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

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Bawdy Storytelling – Size Queen!

Posted on Jul 7, 2014 in Blog | 3 comments

Title: Bawdy Storytelling – Size Queen!Location: Verdi Club – San FranciscoLink out: Click hereDescription: Wednesday, July 9th 2014 at the Verdi Club, 2424 Mariposa / San Francisco, CA Remember: Doors at 7, Stories at 8 Performers include: – Lesbian Werewolf & Girl Sex 101 Author Allison Moon – More storytellers to come – Music by Lucky Dave – Bang-O! Sexy cocktails! Way way more! – Giveaways & Prizes from Wet Lubricants Size Queens (&...

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This Writer’s Brain

Posted on Jun 1, 2014 in Blog, Publishing, Writing | 1 comment

The 1st draft of my 3rd book, Girl Sex 101, is done and off to my editor and illustrator. (Learn more about the book here) I’ve been “done” for a week, and I’m going a little nuts. Yes, there’s more to do, but this is the weird lull that after 3 books I’ve grown to hate. An efficient writer/publisher would use this downtime to work on press releases, tweak the production calendar, and cross all the paperwork “t’s”. I’ve done it...

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Why I’m Never Selling on Consignment Again

Posted on May 23, 2014 in Blog, Publishing | 2 comments

There are many frustrating realities of being a self-published author: unfriendly review policies, managing your own production, stigma, and more. Now, after self-publishing two books and prepping the third, I’ve decided to improve my quality of life by fixing one of these frustrating realities: I’m not selling on consignment to bookstores anymore. Consignment works like this: You loan a bookstore your books. If they sell them, they pay you, if they don’t, they either give the books...

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All Things Being Equal – Hollywood’s Casting Problem

Posted on Mar 3, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

When Cloud Atlas came out last year, many people (who weren’t familiar with the book or movie) were rightly pissed. There were shouts of yellow face, the usual “Hollywood is racist” articles, and the mystification as to why anyone would cast white actors in Asian roles at all, especially when prostheses were necessary.   Then, there were the expected responses: The script called for trans-racial performances (and it did), the actors were the right ones for the job (eh), and roles...

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