Hula Girl: now available on Kindle

Kind readers,

so, the first time Hula Girl was submitted to Kindle, some sort of glitch occurred.

The second time was the charm, however, and I can at last tell you that Hula Girl is available on Kindle!

I’m very happy about this.

As ever, if you enjoyed the book, please, please, please leave a review! And recommend it to your friends. It makes all the difference in the world; this is how people who might be comforted or inspired by the book will learn it exists. I’ve been very touched and encouraged by the kind and supportive words that have come my way about Hula Girl. I’ve even started to believe that there’s a chance it’s not garbage after all!

In other news, I’ve become a member of the Center for Inquiry Canada. And then this happened:

Mercy. I assure you that it’s a good thing I was sitting down when I got that tweet.

So yes, at some point in the not too distant future, I will be rambling, uh…

I’ve also become a member of Humanist Canada.

This week, I’ll be working on a guest post for BaDoink Magazine. If it’s good enough, it’ll be on the blog. I’ll be writing about my bi-romantic asexuality and genderqueerness.

And here’s another Silverheart photo that was taken at MISTI-Con 15! I was holding a little bear that was a stand-in for Teddy Radiator, who alas couldn’t be with us (this time!).

Speaking of Silverheart, here is the stunning illustration that Nezumi and her daughter Selene did for the cover of Outlaw in the Outer Reaches, book 2 of my Outlaw series, which I’ll be writing this November…

I’m really looking forward to writing this novel. In the first book, Silverheart is a kind of vague theist/esotericist, but the series will progressively take her from a religious outlook to secular humanism.

That’s it for now… I should have more exciting news for you soon 🙂

Oh! Here’s something that makes me smile every time I look at it.

I love toys.

Your devoted
Logospilgrim, the quiet professor