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Nominate my YA novel on Kindle Scout!

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Hello everyone, Another blog post here for the month of February (I know, crazy, right?) When do I update this often, haha. Anyhow, I wanted to let you know that my YA novel When They Come (the first in my When trilogy,) has been selected to appear in Kindle Scout! What does this mean for you? And for me? For me this … Continue reading

Two new books released this February!

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Hello everyone! I try to update this blog as I come out with new releases/other interesting things to talk about, but I’ve been slacking off in that department. Because of that, I have not one book to announce, but two! The first is the omnibus for The Kaldr Chronicles. The Kaldr Chronicles The Complete Omnibus My life sucks. Literally. I live … Continue reading

The Ultimate List of Books by My Friends

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p style=”text-align: justify;”>I have a lot of friends. A lot. And many of them happen to be writers with books available on Amazon.com. If you fancy checking out some of their work, you can do by clicking on any of the various covers below. (Please be sure to disable any Adblocker so you’ll be able to see the links, which … Continue reading

HIS WORDS OF WRATH is now available

His Words of Wrath (Kaldr Chronicles, #3)

Hello everyone! I just wanted to let you all know that my newest Kaldr Chronicles novel, His Words of Wrath, is now available for purchase on Amazon.com! His Words of Wrath Book 3 in the Kaldr Chronicles Jason DePella has done what was previously thought impossible. By killing the leader of the Hill Country Howlers, he has potentially enabled two clans who have … Continue reading

REBEL, book 4 in the Brotherhood Saga, now available!

Rebel (The Brotherhood, #4)

Hello everyone! I wanted to first thank all of you who were so patient with me while I posted and sent emails about my birthday bash this past April. I had such an incredible and overwhelming response from not only fans, but new readers of my work, and I can’t thank you enough. In the mix of it all, I … Continue reading

The Horror of 2015

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2015 was, in a nutshell, horrible. After being diagnosed with HIV only a few months prior, I began the year as a bundle of nerves and continued to progress with them in the following months. Having lost my confidence in writing, I ambled through my daily routine without purpose and tried to work on rationalizing my feelings around my diagnosis. … Continue reading

On This Day Last Year

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On this day last year — between 4 and 5:30 PM — I submitted to, and then received, two preliminary-positive HIV test results. Though it would be days before I would undergo bloodwork to determine the specifics of my disease, it took mere moments to realize that my life would be changed forever. My first thoughts were of the people … Continue reading

“Trigger Warnings” are for Trauma Victims, not Copouts

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According to Dr. John M. Grohol of PsychCentral.com, a trigger is, “something that sets off a memory tape or flashback transporting the person back to the event of her or his original trauma.” A trigger is caused by one of the five senses — including sight, sound and smell — and can be activated by something as simple as a … Continue reading

Why Representation is Important — an Article by Kody Boye for the 2015 Zombie Crawl

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Hello everyone! For those of you who know me—welcome! For those of you who don’t: My name is Kody Boye. I’m the author of a zombie novel called Sunrise, which features a young gay man and centers around not only his struggle to survive the zombie apocalypse, but also the reality of a new and unfriendly world. The Band of … Continue reading

An open letter to Principal BJ Buchmann of

After learning of and reading about the gay valedictorian whose graduation speech was silenced by school administrators, I felt compelled to reach out to Mr. BJ Buchmann with my own story – not only to tell him of the struggles I experienced throughout high school, but to also remind him that stripping someone of their narrative and ability to come out … Continue reading