Skye Kilaen writes queer romance, both contemporary and science fiction, that is sometimes about polyamorous relationships. Even her contemporaries are usually at least a bit geeky. After all, she does some of her writing in her local comic book shop.
Skye started writing fiction in elementary school on a Smith Corona electric typewriter because that's all people had back in the early 1980s. She didn't realize she wanted to read and write romance until much later, when it finally dawned on her that she adored X-Men comics for the soap opera aspect as much as for the superpowers.
She is bi, and she currently lives in Austin, Texas because of all the libraries and breakfast tacos.
Sparks Fly: An F/F Space Romance
on April 25, 2018
I really wanted to like this, but I didn't get a clear sense of either woman's personality, so it didn't hold my interest. I also felt like Marianne was incredibly naive to think the board would let her do whatever she wanted now that she was "in charge," after working there for so long in a senior role. DNF at 75%.