JL Peridot writes love stories and more from her home beneath the southern skies. Her latest book, It Starts With A Kiss, is a nerdy office romance set on a space station, featuring colourful characters working together to leave their dead-end jobs.
When not writing, she tweets, grams, and emails her personal mailing list.
Sunshine Anthology — available now
The Sunshine Anthology is now available for free in the Kyanite Publishing store.
I'm honoured to have my short story, Playing Trades, included in this collection of optimistic tales.
From the store:
"Where the Sun Always Shines is a free anthology of feel good stories created through the donated time and effort of the authors, editors, and designers to make you smile, make you laugh, and give you hope."
JL Peridot is a third-culture, first-generation Southeast Asian nerd raised by tiger parents, sweet-smelling books, and a love-hate relationship with words. After her dad showed her how to use WordPerfect 4.2, she began a gruelling descent down the writing rabbit hole.
The first story she ever completed was a four-page police procedural handed in as a Year 10 English assignment. She gave up writing shortly after to study computer science. Then a little over a decade later, she cracked the shits with her tech career and now writes speculative, steamy and romantic stories about people finding themselves as they answer the call of love.
She currently resides in Boorloo (aka. Perth) on Whadjuk Noongar country.
Read her blog at jayelle.pink
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