Posts Tagged ‘m/m romance’
I woke up to an awesome surprise today. City of Dragons has made it all the way into the top 100 Fantasy Romance books. It’s number #86. I am floored! Wow.
Dragon*Con was incredible this year. I was on two LGBT panels and was invited to do a reading. I actually ran into people who have read my books and was asked for autographs. Very, very cool. I was also blessed with meeting my editor from Loose-ID in person. She’s one cool chick with a great [...]
It’s been a while since I have updated the site, mostly because I have been writing and editing my fingers off. I have two new books coming out shortly. The first one is another Gray Zone Novel called Skin Deep. The second is unrelated to the City of Dragons world. Anyhow, here’s the new cover. [...]
Still waiting for news from the agents on the new manuscript. I did submit a separate manuscript to a publisher. It’s a fun paranormal about a dead guy in love. Anyhow, that’s the only update today. Happy V day!
Well, I sent a query letter out yesterday to an agent I was referred to by another writer he knows. I am hoping this will be my chance to present a manuscript to one of the big publishing houses. I realize, of course, how difficult it is to land an agent. I am hopeful though, [...]
PAIN–the first installment of the Darwin’s Theory novella series, has been nominated for best romance of the year. If you have time go vote—this is the first time I’ve had a book nominated for anything—it’s really neat. Vote Here
Okay, that actually happens to me about everyday. Weird is just a part of my life. Any who—I started working on another MS. This was actually supposed to be an exercise in purging (brain purging) to better myself as a writer by getting the “junk” out of the way. Any who, instead what has happened [...]
Liam’s story is now up on the DreamSpinner website. This is a stand alone novel where the story takes place in the Gray Zone. Click Here.
I don’t know whether to be insulted or honored that—for whatever reason—Amazon.com has blacklisted the paperback version of Darwin’s Theory (which includes all 5 books). When I first noticed that it was not appearing on a search (even when the search was done in my name) I called to see what the deal was. I [...]