Pre-order campaign and goodies

The Stone of Sorrow has an official pre-order campaign. For the next few weeks leading up to publication, if readers place a pre-order through the link on my site they will receive a limited edition map, a copy of the book when it publishes, and some fun book swag! More details to come, but for…

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LUCKY BREAK COMING AUGUST 28, 2018

LUCKY BREAK COMING AUGUST 28, 2018!!! I’m so excited to announce that my next YA book, LUCKY BREAK, will hit the shelves later this year. Here’s the cover and a synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Lucy “Lucky” Graves is devoted to her championship rugby team, but her dreams of a scholarship are destroyed when she breaks her leg…

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Poco Loco Reviewed by Bardia Sinaee

I was honoured when fellow Anstruther Press poet Bardia Sinaee reviewed my chapbook, POCO LOCO, as I am a fan of his poetry and I have found his critical essays to be insightful and illuminating. Despite being a busy writer, Bardia took the time to post a brief review of POCO LOCO, and it can be…

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Another Miserable Love Song a Recommended Read!

The very first review for my very first Orca Book Publishers novel Another Miserable Love Song is in! Penta Ledger from CM Magazine: Canadian Review of Materials calls it a Recommended read. From the review:   “… the novel is able to knit together weighty themes including transgender issues, dealing with death, finding love and…

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My second novel coming Spring 2018!

I’m beyond excited that editor Tanya Trafford at Orca Book Publishers has acquired my second young adult novel LEARNING SEVENTEEN for publication in Spring 2018! Orca is an amazing publisher to work with, and they are committed to publishing diverse books — I’m so proud that I get to continue this journey with them! -B

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Two poems published!

I’m so proud to share that two poems from my upcoming collection, Poco Loco, will be published in the November issue of The Humber Literary Review. I love the gorgeous cover! And I can’t wait to read the other stories, articles, poems, and comics from this issue. There’s even a piece by Douglas Coupland. I have…

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