When my life turns upside-down, my creativity nearly always freezes. My brain puts a halt to everything except what I need for my and my loved ones’ preservation. I quit writing and instead, focus on what matters most to our immediate future—safety, water, food, shelter. (And a supply of chocolate!

Guest post by Erin Olds So you’re ready to get started with your Amazon ads, but their website is confusing… there are too many options, the names vary depending on which resource you’re using, and the guides you can find online are outdated. Self-publishing is pretty wonderful, but there are moments when I’m sure you’d like to defenestrate the Zon.

Stories That See Us is an ongoing series of book reviews where Salt and Sage Books editors and sensitivity readers share representation done well. Today, our amazing sensitivity reader Helen Gould reviews Radclyffe Hall’s The Well of Loneliness. Helen Gould Helen Gould is from the UK and specializes in reading manuscripts for POC, gender, sexuality, mental health, and other topics.