LGBTQ+ author of the award-winning series, The Gay Teen’s Guide to Defeating a Siren, a trilogy where being gay is a superpower…literally.
Blaize Trales’s world falls apart when he’s dragged to Sanctuary Preparatory Academy, a boarding school that claims to fix gay teens. Blaize’s parents eat it up and hand him over for brainwashing.
But things at Sanctuary aren’t what they appear. Blaize soon discovers the school’s antics are all a lie. They’re also at war with an ancient enemy. Between surviving bullies, rescuing students from mysterious attacks, and passing algebra, Blaize’s life is going to get out-of-control crazy.
And freaking dangerous.
Lucky for Blaize, he wields the ultimate weapon—being gay. And he’s pretty good at it.
Being an LGTBQ indie author, I publish through Amazon and am reliant of them for paperback printing and sales. Without them, I have almost nothing.
Why Marketing Doesn’t Suck So Cody wrote a really great guest blog for me recently, titled, “Why Marketing Sucks” and it got me thinking about
I think this speaks for itself:
So disgusted with his experience watching new movie The Disappointments Room, local movie-goer Cody Wagner took the opportunity to practice his many disappointed faces. The Disappointments Room, a
In what he calls a genius move, local author Cody Wagner has changed his name to J.K. Rowling in a blatant attempt to sell more books.