If aliens ever do land on Earth, Kelly will not be prepared, despite having read over a hundred stories of the apocalypse. Still, she will pack her precious books into a box and carry them with her as she strives to survive. It’s what bibliophiles do.
Kelly is the author of eleven novels–including the Chaos Station series, co-written with Jenn Burke–and several novellas and short stories. Some of what she writes is speculative in nature, but mostly it’s just about a guy losing his socks and/or burning dinner. Because life isn’t all conquering aliens and mountain peaks. Sometimes finding a happy ever after is all the adventure we need.
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Some of my favourite posts, written for other blogs:
Written for To See the Sun:
Tor.com—Paradise Not: Five Inhospitable Planets http://bit.ly/2KWhgS6
The Book Smugglers—Come Die with Me http://bit.ly/2KV9O9Z
The Portalist—Twisting Tropes with Queer Sci-Fi http://bit.ly/2KRNgqC
Open Ink Perspectives–Behind the Smile A look at why my happy characters may actually be a little more messed up than my grumpy characters.
Everyday People – Why I love queer contemporary romance. Written for Queer Romance Month.
Busting Cosmic Dust Bunnies – In space, no one can hear you sneeze. Hosted by Here Be Magic.
Halfway There – Writing romance with older characters. Written for The Contemporary Romance Cafe.
Shaken, Not Stirred – Boys, Books & Booze Feature hosted by SJD Peterson.