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MCX 2022: Appearance and Panels

Coming up on October 16 is Mississauga Comic Expo. I’ll be set up with my books and moderating the author talks and sketch battles for the event. I have yet to hear what booth I’ll be at but this is my lineup for panels: 11:00-11:30am – Sketch Challenge with Scott

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Toronto International Festival of Authors Appearances

Coming up this month is the Toronto International Festival of Authors. Additionally, they have TIFA Kids too! I’m happy to announce that while I’m not a formal guest of the show this year, I’ll be around moderating a couple of events for them. If you’d like to say hi, this

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What I’m Watching: August 2022 Edition

The summer has come and gone, and even though I was outside a lot, I still managed to watch tons of stuff last month. This is the roundup of (mostly) everything, minus some reality TV that I’ve been putting on in the background. As per usual, if you’re interested in the

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My Dream IP Wishlist

I love to write…which, as a writer, is a great thing! I love coming up with original ideas and putting them out into the world. Working on my own IP is amazing but there are still characters and existing sandboxes that I’d want the opportunity to play in. If you’re

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Reading Roundup: August 2022

For August, I made it through a few more books in my (massive) TBR pile. A lot of romance and romcoms but then also paired with some creepier reads as I prepared for Spooky Season. Of the six books I read last month, I think three or four of them are

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End-of-Summer Updates and Things

I guess I should attempt to post some more stuff besides just my roundups, eh? Well, we’re nearing the end of summer (thank god) and it’s been a busy one. Juggling work (when you’re constantly hustling to find paying gigs) is hard to sometimes balance the rest of your life

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Reading Roundup: June-July 2022

It’s been a minute since I posted about the books I’ve been reading. I’ve had some deadlines to hit and I’ve been enjoying my summer…and subsequently neglecting my blog and updates. So without further ado, let’s just get into everything I’ve been reading: The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake –

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What I’m Watching: May-July 2022 Edition

I’ve neglected my lists for a little bit, but mostly because I’ve been watching movies and rewatching TV shows or misc. episodes of reality TV. Like, a lot of random eps of 90 Day Fiancée. But since there’s a few months worth of backlog, I figured I’d share some of what I’ve

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Animal Rescue Friends Tales: Rats Are Good Pets Too

For over a year now, I’ve been working with Epic Originals to launch a line of short stories for Animal Rescue Friends. It’s a delightful series that revolves around a group of kids who volunteer at an animal rescue and learn all about what it takes, as well as the

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August Updates

It’s been a hot (literally) minute since I did an update. There’s both been a lot and also nothing going on. An enigma! But let’s dive in: For anyone excited about the upcoming release of Racc Pack, I finished writing the first draft of BOOK TWO. Whitney Gardner and I outlined

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ParaNorthern: One Year Later

✨ ONE YEAR AGO TODAY ✨ ParaNorthern came out and its adorable chaos was unleashed into the world. This book will always mean SO much to me. It was the first project I saw through on my own, even when it was a passion project just for me. It made

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Reading Roundup: May 2022

Once again, my reading roundup is a little bit late but it’s been a hectic few weeks. I didn’t read a ton last month (at least compared to previous months) but I had a decent haul of wonderful books. So here’s what I read along with some thoughts on each

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TCAF 2022 – June 18-19, 2022

Exciting news! I’ll be tabling at TCAF this year with books and other fun things. If you want to come say hello, I’ll be there for the weekend from June 18-19, 2022 at Table 221. I’ll also be on the Final Fantasy panel on Saturday with Jo Rioux and Nadia Shammas.

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Forest of Reading: Silver Birch Fiction Award

This week is the Forest of Reading Festival. It’s Canada’s largest recreational reading program and even has its own awards. ParaNorthern and the Chaos Bunny A-hop-calypse was one of the nominees for the Silver Birch Fiction Award, and it was such an honour to be included. The ceremony has been

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Reading Roundup: April 2022

This is a bit late…we’re already nearly halfway through May. But I’ve finally gone through my reads from April and put together a list for y’all to check out. . Wonder Woman Historia: The Amazons #1 by  Kelly Sue DeConnick and Phil Jimenez – A jaw-droppingly stunning book filled with

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What I’m Watching: April 2022 Edition

It’s already MAY!?!?! Well, I’m relieved that it’s starting to finally get warmer out so as I get outside more, this list will maybe get a bit shorter. But for April, it’s still a pretty hefty list. If you’re curious about the films I watched (no reviews though!), visit my

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Canadian Children’s Book Week 2022

This past week was Canadian Children’s Book Week and I had the honour of being one of the guest authors for the 45th Book Week tour. The wonderful team at the Canadian Children’s Book Centre paired me up with schools and libraries in Alberta, Quebec, and Nova Scotia. We discussed

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Back on The Purrrcast…and other brief updates!

I am absolutely thrilled to share my return to The Purrrcast this week. Steven Ray Morris and Sara Iyer asked me to tell them a bit about my aunt…who was a Peak (Purrfect) Crazy Cat Lady. On top of loving to talk to Steven and Sara, it was my honour to

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What I’m Watching: March 2022 Edition

The year is really just flying by and I’ve put together a list of the TV shows watched through the month of March. If you’re curious about the films I watched (no reviews though!), visit my Letterboxd page here. Otherwise, let’s dive right in! Love is Blind S2 – What

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Oh My Gods II: The Forgotten Maze is HERE!

It’s been a little over a year since the first Oh My Gods! came out by Insha Fitzpatrick, myself, and Juliana Moon. And the second book in our graphic novel series is here and available wherever you buy your books. We are so excited for you to read it and enjoy

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Reading Roundup: March 2022

Another month has passed by and I’ve collected my reading list from March. It was a pretty chaotic month (and is continuing into April) so the overall list is here and some have mini-reviews and some do not. Forgive me! If you want to chat about any of them though,

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ParaNorthern is an ALA 2022 Rainbow Booklist Title!

For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to write. I spent much of my childhood reading and escaping to faraway worlds in books and I know how much a book can mean. And seeing yourself as your experiences in the stories you read is vitally important! Every

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That Time I Met Dave Grohl

Dave Grohl has been in my feed a lot lately. He has a new movie called Studio 666 which looks like a lot of fun. And the Foo Fighters released a new album last year, Medicine at Midnight. Dave Grohl has understandably doing some publicity to get the word out, especially about

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Reading Roundup: February 2022

Another month, another batch of books read. I read a lot of graphic novels, using my hoopla account to the max (if you don’t have hoopla, I highly recommend it—it’s connected to the library so everything is free and legal!) But also one of my most anticipated books came out

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What I’m Watching: February 2022 Edition

It’s time for another edition of Oh God, Do I Really Watch This Much TV? February Edition! As usual, here’s a roundup of TV I checked out, along with a few thoughts and comments. If you’re curious about the films I watched (sans comments/reviews), visit my Letterboxd page here. Let’s dive

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What I’m Watching: January 2022 Edition

It’s my first TV Round-Up for 2022, compiling all the TV I watched in one place. I kicked off the New Year with lots of shows, and like last time, I’ve included mini-reviews! As per usual, if you want to see the movies I watched, you can feel free to

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Reading Roundup: January 2022

One month of reading is COMPLETE! My 2022 reading goal is off to a good start as I made a decent dent in my TBR pile. It’s a good mix of graphic novels and prose, and as usual, I included mini-reviews of the books. If you’re so inclined, clicking on

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Comic Book PR & Marketing People Recommendations

I’ve worn a lot of hats over the years when it comes to jobs and projects. I know a little bit about marketing and PR from being a part of the comic book press, but it’s not something that I typically take on for work. That being said, there are a

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Comic Book Editor Recommendations

I’m blessed to get regular inquiries about my editing work. I’m not always able to take on new projects or clients or sometimes I don’t feel that I’m a great fit. But I’m always happy to pass along my recommendations for other talented editors who might be available. And in

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What I’m Watching: December 2021 Edition

It’s that time again where, for some reason, I share everything that I’ve been watching! It’s a brand-new year so it feels weird to have a post title with “2021” in it but you understand. I didn’t do any Best Of lists for this past year either. I planned on

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Reading Roundup: December 2021

December was a hectic month. On one hand, it was the holidays and I took some time off to recharge and decompress. On the other hand, I had a family emergency and a death in the family that hit me pretty hard. Plus trying to get work done prior to the

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Oh My Gods! Book Cover

A Wrap-Up of 2021

It’s been a whirlwind year for me, personally and professionally. After waiting years for the first of our graphic novels to be released in the world, it finally happened! I wanted to do a little summary of “everything,” even if it’s just for myself. This year has been a milestone one

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Reading Roundup: November 2021

Continuing on with my roundups, I put together a list of everything that I read this month. Looking at it, I’m kind of surprised—it really didn’t feel like I read seven books but I’m impressed with myself, especially given that it was an incredibly busy month for me. I’ve included

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Going Critical Presents: Sleepless Nights

Oh hey! I have some more exciting news to share with you all. I’ve joined the Going Critical crew for a new TTRPG campaign called Sleepless Nights. The show launched on Tuesday, November 30 over on Twitch and we’ll be doing live streams every Tuesday at 8pm EST until we wrap up.

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What I’m Watching: November 2021 Edition

It’s somehow December and I guess it’s time to do a recap of what I watched. I know I don’t need to do this but chronicling everything to share somehow makes me feel like I achieved something rather than wasted countless hours in front of my TV. No shame or regrets

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ANNOUNCEMENT: The Racc Pack

I’ve got another announcement to share with you. This is a project we’ve been keeping secret for the majority of this year…which is known as author torture. I have a new middle-grade graphic novel series that’s being launched called The Racc Pack. It’s created by myself and my amazing partner-in-crime, Whitney

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Archie: Love & Heartbreak Special

Surprise! I’ve been working on a short story for Archie Comics and it’s just been announced. My Archie debut will be in the Love & Heartbreak special which is an anthology comprised of a few different stories written by myself, Sina Grace, and Thomas Pitilli. I get to write Veronica Lodge (!!!!)

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Canadian Children’s Book Week 2022 Line-Up

Today, the line-up for Canadian Children’s Book Week 2022 was announced. I’m happy to share that among the many talented authors and illustrators on the list, I’ve been chosen as a participant. I’ll be touring (virtually) for a week in 2022. From the press release: “Over fifty talented Canadian authors,

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Reading Roundup: October 2021

Like my watch list this month, I didn’t wind up reading a ton in October. I started a few things but wound up being pretty busy overall and spent much of my free time watching spooky movies. So without any further delay, let’s get into my October Reading Roundup: A

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What I’m Watching: October 2021 Edition

Annnnd that’s a wrap on Spooktober! I’m not gonna lie, I’m sad that it’s come and gone. Now it’s time to process the fact that the holidays are almost here…and it’s nearly the end of the year. I DON’T WANNA TALK ABOUT IT YET. So until then, let’s talk about

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Top Movie Picks for Halloweekend 2021!

For October, I’ve been trying to watch as many horror movies as possible to celebrate. I’m still watching them up until the end of the month, but since Halloween is on a weekend, I thought I’d share some of my faves so far. You know, just in case you need

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ParaNorthern is now AWARD-NOMINATED!

That’s right, you heard me! ParaNorthern is now an award-nominated graphic novel. Today, Forest of Reading and Ontario Library Association announced their 2022 nominees and we’re up for the Silver Birch Fiction Award. There are some other wonderful titles up for it too but I’m just so thrilled and honoured to

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Book Recs for Aspiring Comic Creators

Interested in making comics? For my latest list, I wanted to put together some recommendations on a few different aspects of the comics industry. These books can help you on your path, teach you about the industry, and hopefully keep you healthy physically and mentally as you navigate your way

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The Whatnauts Podcast: A Guest Appearance!

I had the absolute pleasure of joining the hosts of The Whatnauts: The Captain’s Log podcast to discuss a whole ton of things. Included in that is my former life as a co-host of Talking Comics, my current co-host duties for Caper Cast, and then of course writing and I bring

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Reading Roundup: September 2021

Welcome to the second edition of my Reading Roundup here on my blog! If you read my TV roundup, you’ll know that I watched a lot last month and I also read a ton too. So let’s jump into my list and talk about it. Needle & Thread by David Pinckney

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What I’m Watching: September 2021 Edition

I am once again back to shout about all the things I watched in September! It was surprisingly a lot?  Even for me???? Like, I looked at this list and was like, ‘Did I accidentally mash-up months?’ but nope, I just spent a lot of time on my couch for the

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The Best of Capes and Cowls (Non-Marvel/DC Edition)

I haven’t really kept up with traditional Big Two superhero comics for a while now. But I do still love a good superhero story! Marvel and DC’s characters have so much history to them though and it can be intimidating to try to jump in. If you want to wet your

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The Caper Cast Continues with Fast Five

I haven’t talked about it here for a while but did you know I have a podcast with the amazing Whitney Gardner? It’s called Caper Cast and we talk about cinematic heists and capers! It releases on the first and third Tuesday of every month. We’ve been having a blast doing and

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Reading Roundup: August 2021

If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you may have seen my What I’m Watching feature that I do on a monthly basis. Last night I was reading and thought “Why don’t I do that for what I’m reading too?” And thus I decided to pull together a list of

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What I’m Watching: August 2021 Edition

Yet another month has passed and here I am, back to tell you about what TV I watched. Comparatively to the last several months, it was pretty light for TV watching. I think it’s because I started a bunch of shows that have yet to wrap up though. So those will

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Sports Comics That Knock It Out of the Park

Much like sports themselves, comics about sports can be pretty hit or miss for some people. But there are a number of amazing ones out there that I think just about anyone can enjoy. So here’s my list for you to check out: Check, Please! by Ngozi Ukazu (First Second) Check, Please!

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Graphic Novels to Take (You) to Summer Camp

It’s nearly the end of summer but it’s okay! There’s still time for summer camp or to at least read some graphic novels about it. Here’s a selection of middle-grade reads that feature those summer camp vibes: Be Prepared by Vera Brosgol (First Second) Fitting in can be hard no

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What I’m Watching: July 2021 Edition

I can’t believe that yet another month has passed and it’s now August. Honestly, this year is once again flying by at a snail’s pace. That being said, I’m continuing to round up what I watch. Why? I have no clue! But I guess it’s just a habit now. So

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Exterior of Book City on the Danforth

PARANORTHERN Launch and Signing with Book City

Over the weekend, I set up at Book City on the Danforth in Toronto for an outdoor book signing. As you may know, ParaNorthern was released last week so we wanted to celebrate and spread the word! Book City welcomed me with open arms and helped make the event absolutely wonderful.

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PARANORTHERN Acknowledgements

Once again, we didn’t have an acknowledgments section for ParaNorthern (like Oh My Gods!) so I wanted to put a little something together to thank a TON of people. First of all, Mari Costa knocked the art for this book out of the park. It is true magic getting to see what’s

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ParaNorthern Press and Events

It’s been a really busy June and July (so far!) and with ParaNorthern coming out this week, I’ve been talking to a lot of amazing people. Instead of spamming you with posts whenever something new goes up, I’ll be updating this page with events and press pieces you can check out. VIRTUAL

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What I’m Watching: June 2021 Edition

Oh hey! We’ve made it through another month in 2021 and I have a new What I’m Watching list for you. I know, this is really riveting stuff…but hey! Gotta provide the content the people crave. So here we go: Bob’s Burgers S8 Sailor Moon R & S Geordie Shore

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PubTalk Live: Guest Hosting a Talk Show!

Yesterday, I had the absolute pleasure of joining Sarah Nicolas for her live talk show, PubTalk Live. I was the guest host for the episode and interviewed my pal and podcast co-host, Whitney Gardner. You can check the episode out here:

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A Chat with Empires Comics

I had the great pleasure of chatting with Ben at Empires Comics last night. We discussed my upcoming release ParaNorthern as well as LIFE, my project currently on Kickstarter. Plus we chatted a bit about the writing and editing process, and I answered a few fantastic audience questions. Check out

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Creating Dynamic Dialogue

In case you haven’t heard, I’m now offering a Writing Workshop over on my Patreon page. In my lessons, I go through some of the ins and outs of storytelling, and at the end of each lesson, I provide an exercise to explore that subject further. In addition to getting

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What I’m Watching: May 2021 Edition

Since this is apparently what I do now, I’m here to tell you about all the things I watched in May! It’s mostly the TV I’ve watched (my In Progress list is vast) but if you’re curious about the movies, click here. Sense8 S1 RuPaul’s Drag Race S6 Taskmaster S8-10

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PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENT: LIFE is Coming to Kickstarter

Holy bananas…I have a lot going on right now? And there’s only more to come. That being said, I’m launching another new project! Well, kind of. It’s an existing project but we’re doing something more with it. And that project is LIFE, the backup stories that I did in Tartarus

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What are your favourite stories?

In case you haven’t heard, I’m now offering a Writing Workshop over on my Patreon page. In my lessons, I go through some of the ins and outs of storytelling, and at the end of each lesson, I provide an exercise to explore that subject further. In addition to getting

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PODCAST ANNOUNCEMENT: The Caper Cast

SURPRISE! I have an announcement to make: I’m launching a new podcast. It’s a film podcast with Whitney Gardner and myself as we explore the genre of HEIST FILMS!!!! We’re very excited. We recorded the first episode this week and are going to be recording the second one (and some

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Who do you write for?

In case you haven’t heard, I’m now offering a Writing Workshop over on my Patreon page. In my lessons, I go through some of the ins and outs of storytelling, and at the end of each lesson, I provide an exercise to explore that subject further. In addition to getting

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What I’m Watching: April 2021 Edition

Oh, hello there! It’s May and therefore I have a new list of TV shows that I’ve watched throughout April. Sometimes I stop to think about how much time I’m putting into watching all of this. And then I quickly block it out of my mind and go back to

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My first day of freelance!

This post is 100% a brag post about my first day as a freelancer, which went so dang well. I got up this morning and initially felt a little crummy (physically not like, about not having a day job). It was gloomy and rainy, immediately ruining my plan to start off

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Patreon, PayPal, and Ko-fi (…oh my!)

I dropped the news on Friday that I’ve put in my notice at my day job. As of EOD this Friday, I will be a full-time writer and editor. I’m scared but mostly excited about my future and really looking forward to this next chapter. Moving forward, I’m going to

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What I’m Watching: March 2021 Edition

Oh hello there! It’s April now and that means rounding up all the TV I watched in March. Why? Because I don’t know what else to do with it. IT HAS TO MEAN SOMETHING! And that something is sharing with y’all. I’d share my Letterboxd profile but I honestly haven’t

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I’m now a full-time writer and editor

Today I did a really scary thing: I quit my day job. I wasn’t planning on doing it for a while still but here we are. I am terrified and anxious, but I ultimately know that this is the right move for me. Financial stability has always been something that I’ve

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We’re in the New York Times!

We just heard that the New York Times (!!!!!) did a review of Oh My Gods! And it’s such a wonderful write-up; we’re so dang proud. “There is a lot to recommend in “Oh My Gods!” The dialogue and characterizations are spot on and snappy. Kudos also to Juliana Moon’s cartooning.

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Read Across America Day

It’s Read Across America Day! To celebrate, Comic Con Museum put together a video series featuring authors reading their works. I was honoured to participate and will take any opportunity to help promote reading. I read an excerpt from Oh My Gods! and shared some pages from the book. If you

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What I’m Watching: February 2021 Edition

I have become a relatively boring creature that has not a lot to do outside of work. That’s largely because of the ongoing pandemic…but I also haven’t made much effort to do anything else besides watching stuff. If you’re curious about what I watched in February, here’s my list: Nora

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Team OH MY GODS! Talks to Comix Experience

We had the great pleasure of talking to Brian at Comix Experience about Oh My Gods! Our book was their Graphic Novel of the Month (for Kids) title. We talked about our process, the story, the art, characters, and answered questions! You can watch it over on their YouTube channel

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A Wild Newsletter Appeared!

What’s this? A newsletter, you say? Well, it’s true and here for you to read and enjoy. The first one went out yesterday (click here to read it) and sign yourself up going forward. I’ll be releasing them on a monthly basis and going through what’s new with me, sharing links,

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COMING SOON: The Diecast Podcast Presents Tales from Trollskull

Over the last few months, I’ve been putting something really fun together with Jon Robertson of The Diecast Podcast. Jon is the person who first got me involved playing Dungeons & Dragons after being curious about it for ages. I’ve been playing longer campaigns with him as DM and two other friends

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What I’m Watching: January 2021 Edition

This has sort of become a thing for me during self-isolation; watching stuff, tracking it, and sharing it with anyone who might be interested. I genuinely have no idea if anyone cares, but it’s a nice little way for me to be aware of everything that I’ve been enjoying. Over the

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That’s Not Disneyland!

What funny things did you believe as a kid? I had a funny talk with some friends a couple of weeks ago that brought back some childhood memories. We were talking about where I grew up (Kingston, ON) and how there were an exceptional number of prisons in the area.

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Stephanie’s Baked Pancake Recipe

I love pancakes. SO DANG MUCH. I legit have a cookbook all about pancakes and try to have them fairly regularly. Although since I learned how to make Dutch Babies (aka baked pancakes), I’ve been less into the “normal” pancakes. I’ve been making them for a while now and have formulated

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OH MY GODS! Link Roundup

We have had such a wonderful response to the release of Oh My Gods! and I wanted to share a few of the interviews, reviews, and other fun things that we’ve been seeing around the internet since the launch. Interviews: Fanbase Press Interviews STEPHANIE COOKE on the Upcoming Release of OH

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OH MY GODS Acknowledgments

Oh My Gods! has finally hit store shelves, and I am over the moon and thrilled that it’s out in the world. We have a pretty big (yet small) team, so we didn’t do an acknowledgements section in the book; I wanted to give some shout outs to the people who

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Last of the TV Show Binge of 2020

I know we’re in 2021 now (thank god) but I’m finally just getting around to posting the last of the media I enjoyed last year. You’ve maybe seen that I’ve been tracking my TV watches so this is the last little bit of what I watched, which consisted of a lot

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Video Games Played in 2020

I’ve been tracking a lot of what I watched, read, and played in 2020 and even though we’re a few days into 2021 now, I thought I’d share the games I played this year. I’m too tired to write up more about them but you can say hello on Twitter

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OH MY GODS! 2: THE FORGOTTEN MAZE Cover Reveal

Oh My Gods! Book 1 is nearly here, and we only have a couple more weeks to wait until it hits store shelves. And to keep the momentum going, we have exciting news about Book 2. We’re proud to be able to tell you the title, the plot, and share our aMAZEing

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Listen to my guest spot on Exactly Right’s Purrcast Podcast

I had the ABSOLUTE PLEASURE of joining Steven Ray Morris and Sara Iyer on their delightful podcast, The Purrcast this week! I got to talk about Kaylee, raccoons, and basically just everything good in the world. Oh, and Oh My Gods! as well as a bit of ParaNorthern. The info is below but

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TARTARUS Named One of Nerdist’s Best Comics of 2020

In exciting news to kick off this week (or day two of this week…) Nerdist launched their Best Comics of 2020 list yesterday and included Tartarus under the Incredible Indie Comics section. In case you didn’t already know, Tartarus is a series from Image Comics by Johnnie Christmas, Jack T.

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TeachingBooks Interview and Oh My Gods! Excerpt

Team Oh My Gods! has been amping up our interviews and appearances as we get ready for the release of our book in LESS THAN ONE MONTH! We did a lovely little interview with the folx at TeachingBooks and read from the preview pages of our book. To hear some

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Pillow Talk Book Deal

I am so excited to be able to share some good news: My first YA graphic novel project is on the way from HMH/Etch! The book is called Pillow Talk and the artist working with me on it is the incredible Mel Valentine (with colours by Sam Pointon). We also have Lily

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SAM at Home – Storytelling for Kids Panel

Over the weekend was the 2020 SAM: Storytelling Across Media mini-convention. The event this year was all online and included 14 spectacular panels featuring a number of brilliant storytellers from across all different mediums. The panels were recorded and are now available to watch on Comic Con’s YouTube Channel, so

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TV Binge Watching: It Continues

I keep posting up all the stuff I’ve watched this year, and I continue to astound even myself. When did I have time to watch all of this? Do I always watch this much? I don’t think so…but I’ve never really tracked it this diligently before! It’s October now, and

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Pre-Order OH MY GODS! Now

I can’t believe that it’s October already – this year has simultaneously gone by extremely slow and ridiculously fast. In a few short months, my debut graphic novel, OH MY GODS! With Insha Fitzpatrick and art by Juliana Moon, will hit store shelves. One of the best ways to show

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Binge-Watches 2020: Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop

2020 has been a whole thing, as I’m sure we can all agree. All these TV shows and movies that I’ve been hoping to find time to get to have magically all gotten watched during self-isolation, and I’m somehow scrambling to find new things that are available on the streaming channels

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More Quarantine Binge-Watches

It’s now been 60 days since I posted up the first Quarantine Binge-Watches list. Along with countless others, I’ve been in self-isolation for months now, bringing my count up to 111 days. I’ve slowed down on watching movies, but if you’re curious about what I’ve been watching for cinema, you

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2020 Halfway Point Update

We’ve made it halfway through 2020! I’m proud of you all for making it to this point in what could be described for most as “a very bad year.” I don’t really know what I want to say, but in addition to Covid (and everything going on in the world),

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PARANORTHERN Cover Reveal

Today is the day that I can finally show you the cover to ParaNorthern and the Chaos Bunny A-hop-calypse. Mari Costa, who is also the artist for the interiors of the graphic novel, did the stunning cover. I admit that I teared up when I saw the cover for the first time,

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