In 2017 I finally was able to put a rendering of my mission in ink,
so I can carry it with me almost literally on my sleeve.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are you a real librarian?
A: I am a certified public librarian in my state but I do not currently work in the field. I worked at a public library for three years before life brought a career change. I am still active in the field as I attend and speak at library conferences and use my background in library science to enhance my sex education work to include things like intellectual freedom and information access.
Q: Do you have a disability?
A: I do. I was born with Lipomyelomeningocele. I live with nerve damage, have a bladder ileostomy, and walk with leg braces. I explore perspectives of disability often in both my fiction and non-fiction writing.
Q: What kind of a writer are you?
A: I call myself an erotic romance writer. I have self-published novel length erotic romances featuring themes of polyamory, bisexuality, and disability. My erotica and romance has been traditionally published in numerous anthologies. I also write memoir and guidance/educational non-fiction on various topics of sex and relationships.
Q: Do you take proposals for book reviews?
A: If you have written a non-fiction sexuality book and would be kind enough to provide a review copy, please email me at email@example.com
I am currently not looking to review much fiction, but I am open to reviewing erotic romance short story collections, any pairings.
Q: Where do you get the photos for your blog?
A: I take them or I am in them. I own all the rights to the photography unless otherwise noted.
Q: What is your sexual orientation?
A: I identify as a lot of things: A fetishist. A sexually fluid bisexual. Kinky. My husband and I share an open relationship. Bring all this together, shaken not stirred ;)