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Tay LaRoi
Author of the "Faerie Court Chronicles" series, set to be released this summer.
Author of the "Faerie Court Chronicles" series, set to be released this summer.
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Take a look at earliest version of The Faerie Court Chronicles with Joshua Lennox. And don't forget to pre-order Song of the Faerie Prince from @ninestarpress ! #youngadult #queer #lgbt #writerslife

With The Song of the Faerie Prince going on pre-order tomorrow (eek!), I thought I’d have some fun with this Throw Back and look at the book that started it all, Portraits of a Faerie Queen in its earliest incarnation. It first started as a short story…
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I had a blast taking part in this interview for my friend, Stephanie's, book club. I got to talk about The Song of the Faerie Prince, out 5.14 from NineStar Press!

  Hello! A friend of mine was recently kind enough to reach out with questions brainstormed by her writing group concerning diversity in books as well as The Faerie Court Chronicles as a series, so it seemed like a good feature in celebration of The Song…
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This may be a little later than I intended, but here it is! The cover of The Song of the Faerie Prince, out May 14th from Ninestar Press!   Seventeen-year-old Gia Johnson is comfortable hiding in the background of her high school. In her mind, it’s where…
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Take a glimpse inside The Song of the Faerie Prince, available May 14th from @NineStarPress! And come by April 21st for the cover reveal!

In one month, return to Grand Harbor, Michigan and the heart of the Faerie Courts with old friends and new faces. In one week, take a glimpse at the cover holding it all together! Until then, have a peak at a scene not before featured during Camp…
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Happy Saturday! Have a story, featuring a #trans #Cinderella, Ember.

Because I have very little impulse control, I forwent working on another segment of Fate of the Faerie Court and wound up putting another story in fairytalez.com’s Gender-Bent Fairy Tales competition. This one, like Summer Blue, features a trans boy lead,…
Story Telling Saturday: Ember
Story Telling Saturday: Ember
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I recently ordered a handful of copies of both my book to sign for friends and family. My youngest reader is a cousin of mine, and his mother asked if I would write a small note to him in his copy. I was more than happy to oblige and, as I wrote it, I…
A Letter to my Favorite Reader
A Letter to my Favorite Reader
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Take a quick glance at a current #wip , the final installment of the Faerie Court Chronicles

Fun fact: If you’re reading an installment of a series, odds are that author is already a book or two ahead of you. In my case, the third part of the Faerie Court Chronicles is due out on May 5th, but I’m slowly and surely working on book five. Obviously,…
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It's Friday, so let's get the weekend started with some sweet newly discovered tunes!

Another feature I’m thinking about starting is “Five for Friday.” On Fridays without interviews, book reviews, or opinion pieces, I think it would be fun to share some of the stuff I enjoy outside of writing. There’s a ton of great media out there and I…
Five for Friday: Music
Five for Friday: Music
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Thursday feels like the perfect day to take a look at some #WIP s that haven't quite made it yet. :) #ThrowbackThursday

  So, in my attempt to create more online content and just be a better author, I’m trying a new feature called “Throwback Thursday,” where I feature chapters/short stories/snippets of stuff that I abandoned for one reason or another. I didn’t know where…
Throwback Thursday: Broken
Throwback Thursday: Broken
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When you're out there slaving on whatever you're working on, take a moment to celebrate something. A first chapter. A last chapter. Starting over. You're doing something magical in your own way. Treasure that.

The second half of 2017 and the first two months of 2018 have been a continuous whirlwind. I started a new job, started school, both of which have proved to be more demanding than I first anticipated, and moved across the country away from my friends and…
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