FAQ

An assortment of questions I get frequently. If your question isn’t here, don’t hesitate to reach out!

How can I reach you?

Fill out my contact form! Or you can tweet me @bibliogato. But anything longer than 140 characters or private can go to my email 🙂 I respond to every email I get but it might take me a little bit of time!

Will you read my book?

Tricky question! I am available as a freelance editor or as a sensitivity reader for queer and Jewish issues. But I don’t have the time, unfortunately, to read every book that crosses my screen.

Will you blurb my book?

I might! Please reach out to my agent regarding blurbs.

I want an ARC of The Girl with the Red Balloon?

ME TOO! 😉 As soon as I have information, I’ll update this with contact information. But as of right now, I haven’t even started edits!

How do you identify? 

I am a queer, Jewish-American writer. Does that help?

Kind of! What pronouns should I use?

You are a gem. You can use she/her or they/them pronouns for me. I am comfortable with both. And I appreciate the question.

Are you going to make my kid gay?

No.

Do you push a gay agenda in your books?

I might, if I get this question more than once.

Do you write queer characters?

I do! There’s a queer secondary character in The Girl with the Red Balloon. Her name is Mitzi, she has blue hair and a witty tongue, and she’s my favorite secondary character ever. And my 2018 novel, which I can’t tell you TOO much about yet, has a queer narrator 🙂

Are you doing events near me?

I’m not doing any events this year but I’ll have an events page soon so stay tuned!

Are you going to write any more books in the District Ballet Company series?

I don’t have a good answer for this. I have stories I want to tell in the company, though they would not be Aly and Zed centric stories, but right now, I am not writing them. I’m not closing the door completely though and if anything changes, you will be the first to know. My Zaly and District Ballet fans have been absolutely incredible.

How do you write so many books at once?

That’s a good question.