I'm flattered that so many people want a sequel! But unfortunately, I don't like writing sequels. I have too many ideas to stick with one for longer than 400 pages. If you're interested in what happens to my characters after the events of their book, I might have a video about it on TikTok if someone reminds me to make it.
I wish I could go everywhere, but I can only really make suggestions for book tour stops. Figuring out where to go is a complicated process. (Plus, I have a day job - can't take too many days off, unfortunately.) Keep an eye out for my virtual events, and hopefully I'll get to see you soon!
Authors have little to no control over whether our books get ARCs or who they go to. Boo! Digital review copies are often available on Edelweiss or Netgalley before the book releases. For physical copies, you'll have to contact my publicity team, which you can find on my Contact page.
Oh my god PLEASE. I love fan content with all my heart! While it's advised that authors avoid reading fanfic of their stories for legal reasons, I will retweet or otherwise share fanart if you tag me in it, as long as you're also okay with it maybe ending up as my desktop background.
That depends! If you're an author looking for a blurb, you can get in contact with me through my agent. I give top priority to horror novels by marginalized authors. However, I won't give feedback on unfinished manuscripts for folks I don't know personally - even if I had the time, it's another legal-slash-copyright thing. Sorry! I wish you all the best!
For my YA books: My publisher recommends these books for readers 14 to 18 years old. I trust my younger readers to know their limits, and I hesitate to let adults gatekeep queer books meant for children. Please heed any and all content warnings - they are not for decoration.
For my adult books: If you're a minor and you want to pick up my adult work, sure, but don't say I didn't warn you.
I cannot express to you how little I care about this opinion.