For years and years, I’ve worked on this. Finally, with the help of a fabulous publishing coach, four editors, and cover artist Andi Santagata, it’s ready. You can get a Kindle eBook or paperback copy today!
Check out my Feb. 13, 2019 interview by Laila Winters, and my Dec. 17, 2018 interview on Episode 26, “Robot Eunuchs,” of the Stories We Tell Our Robots podcast!
In the early 1800s, a British novelist said of a real-life Persian political tyrant who was a eunuch: “I have placed him in my narrative, as a painter sometimes inserts a dragon or some such monster in the foreground of his landscape.”
I’m asking: Why do writers paint these dragons? There are several literary tropes about eunuchs; why does the “evil eunuch” stereotype exist? How does it play out in novels? If you’re a writer, how might you change the game in your novel?
This has been a mission-driven project of mine for nearly as long as I can remember. I had to write the book I wanted to see in the world. I’ve painstakingly gathered and analyzed information that I think will interest and help others. It’s my great pleasure to create something unique.
Chances are you know someone who will be intrigued. Do you know someone who…