I’ve been known to get up to some audio & visual hijinks from time to time. And sometimes a bunch of those things happen at once. Like right now! … Continue readingAn Audiobook, A Video, and a Live-Stream Q&A, All for You!
I hope these links from around the internet about doxing, sex-positivity, Bree Olson, ED drugs, and Chelsea Poe all treat you well this August! … Continue readingAugust Needs Some Links, Don’t You Think?
I’m crowdfunding a weird western set in the fantasy universe of Children of Gaia. “War & Horses” is gritty, dark, wildly imaginative…and freaking amazing. … Continue readingIt’s Fantasy, It’s a Western, It’s “War & Horses”—And It’s Kickstarting!
It’s August, and that means I’m going to SpoCon to sell Oneshi Press comics, books, art, and more. I’m also going to be on a heckuva lot of panels, being all feminist. I’d love to see you there! … Continue readingLynsey G. to Sell Stuff & Panel (Feministly) at SpoCon 2019!
This Sunday, June 28, I’ll go live at 1:00 p.m. to read the book’s final chapter, “Winner”! Please drop by as I close this chapter—and the whole book! … Continue readingWinner! Join Me on Sunday for My LAST Live Reading!
We could all use a bit more goodness in our lives these days, and this anthology is jam-packed with explorations of trauma, redemption, and healing…including two short comics by yours truly! … Continue readingThe Healing Anthology Is Here—With 2 New Comics by Lynsey G!
A live reading of the second-to-last chapter of my book, where we dive into my filmmaking process, and my obsession with what obscenity means. … Continue readingSmut, Art, and Obscenity: A Video by Lynsey G.
It’s time for July’s links round-up: Twitter’s new TOS, crossover performers, adult companies advertising, fatherhood and adult performance, smart vibes, and much more! … Continue readingIt’s July and Here Are Some Links
It may not seem intuitive, but your flap copy is indispensable from day one of book creation. Here are five reasons why, and three steps to help you get started. … Continue readingWhy You Should Write Your Flap Copy Before Your Book—And How to Do It