Fantasy Literature to become a regular contributor to their site. We're still discussing my role, but I've decided that all of my "Debut Break" type reviews will be for FanLit, plus non-current ("Historical") debuts and probably my debut graduates beyond that first "graduate" novel (for example, third novels and beyond). I have a lot of authors I enjoy following, but they aren't debut authors anymore.
Of course, I'll post snippets of all my reviews here, with links to the full review. All science fiction and non-fantasy ("Genre Break") reviews will remain here. Most of my work for FanLit may well be behind-the-scenes (editing, coding, etc). And it will be extremely part time.
I enjoy Fantasy Debut too much to give it up, but I also think it would be fun to be part of a like-minded group of individuals. I like what FanLit has going, and it helps that they really wanted me on board. It's nice to be wanted!