Supergirl – The first look

I wasn’t sure what to make of the new series Supergirl. But I loved the actress they picked for the role (Melissa Benoist from Glee), and after watching the first look at the series was pleased to see Ally McBeal (Calista Flockhart) and Lexi Grey (Chyler Leigh) in the cast. It seemed like some strange alternate TV universe where multiple series combined into one.

Film and television seem to be inundated with super heroes at the moment, not that I’m complaining. I’m an avid fan of the Batman, and let’s not forget Thor, so I was both excited and nervous to see Supergirl making its way to our screens, and hoped desperately, that Supergirl would indeed be super.

I’ve only seen the first look at the series, but what I saw gave me some hope that it could be good. Especially when Calista Flockhart’s character gave the perfect response to Supergirl’s objection to being called Supergirl, rather than Superwoman.

What do you think is so bad about girl?
I’m a girl, and your boss, and powerful, and rich, and hot, and smart. So if you perceive Supergirl as anything less than excellent, isn’t the real problem you?

Take a look for yourself.

A new cover for Boy in Uniform

While my designer and I were coming up with the concept for the Girl Beneath Stars cover, I decided that Boy In Uniform needed a revamp. As it is only available as an e-book, and just a small companion story, I was yet to get the cover professional designed. The cover which it did have was focused on the symbol on Bracken’s pistol.


But because both Girl Behind Glass and Girl Beneath Stars features Willow, I though it only fair for Bracken to have his own face on the cover. It features Bracken’s red eyes, and depicts him as if he is reflected in a mirror that has cracked. I felt this kept in line with the ‘glass’ theme of the GBG, as well as giving insight to the way Bracken felt.

Boy In Uniform

The new cover has been uploaded to the various distribution sites but it will take a few days to appear.

To read Boy in Uniform online, click here.

Updated version of Girl Behind Glass & Boy In Uniform available on Kindle

Earlier in the month I contacted Amazon and let them know that I had made some changes to Girl Behind Glass and Boy In Uniform. These changes included new links to my social media profiles and also corrected some errors. Today they emailed back saying that because the changes were considered minor, they would not be contacting the people that had downloaded the book, but they would offer the update option for those who choose to do so.

So if you would like to update your version, and you do not have updates set to automatic, here’s what to do:

Log into your amazon account (

Go to Manage your Content and Devices.

Amazon update

Under Content it will list all the books you have downloaded.

Beside the book title there should be an option to update the book. If no options appears then you already have the latest version.