Midwestern Gothic was kind enough to ask me a few questions about A Series of Small Maneuvers, Wisconsin, and writing YA. Read the full interview here.
Australian blogger The Cosy Dragon reviews A Series of Small Maneuvers: “What was refreshing about this novel was that Emma didn’t need a love interest or a best friend to get out of her trauma… 4 very strong stars from me.”
Huffington Post blogger and YA author Melanie Bishop says A Series of Small Maneuvers is one of the best books she’s read this year, “in any genre.” Click here for her full review.
Want to know the story behind A Series of Small Maneuvers? Check out this series of blog posts I wrote for Ooligan Press: Part I, Part II, Part III.
The Eugene Weekly wrote about A Series of Small Maneuvers and the book tour I’m trying to set up in support of it.
MY shift began at seven a.m., three hours before the library opened to the general public. Seven was early for me, and I usually arrived at work about one minute to seven—or right at seven, or about one minute after seven—something that began to earn me gentle, half-hearted reprimands from my supervisors. We were a […]
Canoe & Kayak has published “One Last Glimpse,” my reflection on the recent environmental tragedy on the Animas River near Durango, Colorado.
The nice folks at Ooligan Press have set up a Pinterest board for A Series of Small Maneuvers!
Stoked! The wonderful Hawai’i Pacific Review has given my new story, “Pura Vida,” a home.
Please check out my interview with the talented Tyler McMahon, author of the novels Kilometer 99 and How the Mistakes Were Made.