I firmly believe that anyone who can come out, should. The more of us there are leading our happy, responsible, mutually supportive lives, the more people will see that it is possible to be non-monogamous and also be ethical and a good member of our community.
The world is beautifully filled with diversity and there are so many WOC and AOC’s out there…who have stories to tell. I say tell them and snubbing be DAMNED. My self-care is that I remember how it was to struggle in school and then to find romance books that spoke to me and told me that love is something to celebrate. I’m not sorry to tell the world that love is love and should be colorblind. I am going to celebrate that fact. Without diversity the world will be gray, I prefer to live in Technicolor. Everyone deserves to see themselves in a story…I write those stories. My tagline is “Where Love is Colorblind,” I stand by that wholeheartedly.
These books are thrillers – but they’re about love.
“The vast majority of us have this reverence for the concept of love and an innate need for it. As such, regardless of the spiritual base from which you may read the story, you can appreciate what the characters are going through.”
I am ambitious; I want to change the world. I want to write things that make people laugh, cry, and come away from my work changed.
How do you cope with a breast cancer diagnosis while fresh into your exploration of solo polyamory? How do you ask for and accept help as needed, keep yourself and your partners happy (Hint: boundary work!), and cope with a changing body that you were struggling to love in the first place?