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Release Day!

 Release. A favorite word in romance, no doubt. It signals an ending of some type, hopefully the euphoric type. For authors, it means “beginning”. One Night in Minneapolis begins today. In the span of 24-hours, Vince and Skylar are going … Continue reading

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Boston Boyfriends goes to Loose Id

That’s Stiegen on the left and Porter on the right – the stars of Boston Boyfriends. I’ve always wanted to write for Loose Id and now I’ve got my chance as they have contracted my newest gay romance, Boston Boyfriends. … Continue reading

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The Camera Never Lies

On this very rainy weekend, I’m deep into editing my fabulous gay romance. Kevin’s denial of his true sexual identity ends soon after he meets Teak. It comes with tumult and pain. It comes with great joy and freedom. In some ways, Kevin and Teak have … Continue reading

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Cover reveal Deep Enough to Bleed

This is Jolene and this is her story. It’s taken almost two years to “see her face” and now here she is. Street smart, urban, beautiful, tough as nails. That’s Jolene Parks. Jolene and her brother, Adam, live in a … Continue reading

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Happy Second Chances

Today is a very happy day. The Poet’s Wife makes its debut with Tirgearr Publishing. A new title, a new home, a new market to reach readers like you. This wonderful story was previously released as Nopeming Shores. I bring … Continue reading

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