Today, I'm here to offer you another sneak peek into one of my (perhaps too many) ongoing queer-related projects, this one a YA novel tentatively titled Remember Me and unofficially titled Gay Ghost Boys Solve A Mystery. I hadn't actually intended to either (a) write this book, or (b) do it for NaNoWriMo, but on … Continue reading Sneak Peek: Remember Me (Queer YA)
Greetings yet again, and welcome to another installment of Trans Book Club! Today we're looking at The Witch Boy series, a trilogy of graphic novels that, while not overtly trans, are nonetheless super-duper trans. And also just enjoyable and nifty and awesome, so. Here we are. At present, The Witch Boy series is comprised of … Continue reading Trans Book Club: The Witch Boy
Greetings, friends, and welcome to another installment of Trans Book Club! Today we're going to be looking at the imaginative and affirming YA novel Euphoria Kids, by Alison Evans. I can honestly say that this was a book unlike any I've ever read, and I very much enjoyed reading it. Venture below for more! There … Continue reading Trans Book Club: Euphoria Kids
Hello, friends, and welcome to another thrilling edition of Trans Book Club! Last time we talked about Peter Darling, a trans reimagining of Peter Pan, and today we'll be looking at Peyton Thomas' Both Sides Now, a YA novel that involves a young trans man, a national debate, and a great deal of humor and … Continue reading Trans Book Club: Both Sides Now
Greetings, friends. In the interest of posting some actual content on this blog, I thought it might be fun to start going through the multitude of trans-related books I have in my possession and saying a thing or two about them. Most of the trans books I've read over the last year or so have … Continue reading Trans Book Club: Peter Darling
A few months ago over spring break, my roommate went out of town on vacation and I found myself with the apartment to myself (and no classes to teach) for a solid week. I used this time to start work on a story I've been wanting to tell for a long time: Namely, a trans … Continue reading Sneak Peek: Dreamers (Trans YA Novel)
Want to get started down the road to vegan cooking but don't want to be TOO good at it? If your kitchen is way too clean and peaceful and you'd like to incorporate some (potentially) delicious disasters, look no further: This book is for you.
Join me today, won't you, for the glorious first installment of... NUTRITIONY THINGS I HAVE LEARNED! Today's topic? Protein. So, protein deficiency is the thing most people worry about when it comes to vegans and vegetarians, and yet most of us probably can't think of anyone we know (or have even heard of) who has … Continue reading Nutritiony Things I Have Learned #1
Because I apparently don't have enough to do with all my other projects, I also recently started work on a vegan cookbook, this one designed to highlight (a) how very bad I am at vegan cooking and (b) how you can potentially avoid my mistakes. The idea hit me while I was in the shower, … Continue reading Books, books, books!
In honor of Pride Month, I'm pleased to announce that my first novel, Talking About Fungus, is now available for only 99 cents in Amazon's Kindle Store! Talking About Fungus [Kindle Version] $0.99 __________________________________________________________ Talking About Fungus by T.J. Baer Jamie knows by now that breaking up with a guy is not the end of the world. … Continue reading Cheap fungus! Spread the word!
Greetings, friends. Now that the holiday madness and accompanying food coma have subsided, I've returned to post about my latest short story ebook release, on the off chance that anyone is actually reading this sad, neglected little blog. <3 ________________________________________ Not A Love Story by T.J. Baer Devastated over his latest break-up, Jason hides out … Continue reading New: Not A Love Story
For any interested parties, you can read a review of my book, Following Grandpa Jess, over at Rainbow Reviews: http://www.rainbowbookreviews.com/book-reviews/following-grandpa-jess-by-tj-baer-at-bold-strokes-books A quote from the review, which was written by Lena Grey: "A big part of the appeal of this book is its down-to-earth approach to family life. The writing is excellent and engaging without being sappy … Continue reading FGJ at Rainbow Reviews