End of the year roundup

So 2020. That was a year.

Despite everything *gestures with both hands* I accomplished a few things.


I wrote two erotic short stories, one of which will be published next year in the Cleis Press Anthology “Coming Soon.” It’s a fun story, and I can’t wait to share it with you all. I will let you all know about that second story as soon I hear.

I published Stealing Jennifer! If you like fun threesome romps and heist stories, check this out!

I am halfway through writing the sequel, tentatively called “Stealing Matthew.”

I wrote a contemporary m/m romance novel that I am currently revising. I hope to share this with you all as soon as I can!

I have so many ideas that I hope I can work on in the new year and share with you all!

Tuesday – Character I love

Things I Love Tuesdays is a weekly feature on my blog where I talk about things I love. Books, movies, it’s all good. Keeping things light and fun.

This Tuesday I thought I’d talk about one of my favorite characters in my books: Hank Abraham. Hank made his debut as a side character in Angel 1089. He was meant to represent everything about downside that Gabriel would hate. He was a hedonist, a masochist, and he had a secret past. But Hank grew beyond that symbolism.

Hank was one of those characters that sprang to mind fully formed. I wouldn’t say so much that I created him as that he just started talking one day and wouldn’t shut up. That doesn’t always happen to me. This was one of the rare cases where it did. And of course, he needed his own book, hence Exodus.

In Exodus we learn about Hank’s past, how he was once one of the pampered elite living in the floating city of Heaven. He starts out incredibly immature and privileged but we grow with him as the book concludes. Despite his immaturity, Hank has always had a good heart, and when he sees the injustices of his city, he ultimately can’t live with them.

Hank is also one of the two characters (His partner and Dom Ian is the other) who appears in all three Heaven Corp books. He steals the show in Angel 1089 (more than I meant him too), and gets to implant some good advice in Raphael’s ear in Angels Rising. I guess I couldn’t let him go completely, so we get that glimpse of how he and Ian are doing.



Cover wise – I think the first edition of Exodus had the best cover of Hank. It’s quite intense, but I really think it does him justice. So when I was re-releasing the book, I thought it was a good opportunity for Ian to shine instead. Which cover do you like better?

Have you ever had a character show up your head and demand his time in the sun? Tell me about it in the comments!

Christmas in July!

I usually really enjoy Christmas in July. They decorate the boardwalk. Some poor dude dressed as Santa Claus is on the beach having kids sit on his lap. They pump Chrismtas music through the loudspeakers. It’s all very jolly and fun. And usually 90 degrees.

But no boardwalk for us this year. However, if you are itching for some sweet, fun Christmas stories to escape into, I have a bunch!


A Christmas Yarn

Librarian Gavin MacCauley isn’t expecting any surprises this holiday season. It’s the usual rush of helping patrons, and knitting items to donate to the local hospital. But his world is turned upside down by the cutie who walks into knitting club looking to learn how to crochet a scarf.

Jonathan Mercier has just moved to town and is desperate to find a new craft for his traditional, handmade gift for the aunt who adopted him. When his elderly neighbor strong-arms him into attending the library’s knitting and crochet club, he falls hard for the kind (and hot!) librarian running the class.

But with Christmas coming, and time running out to finish the gift, will these two find the time for each other?

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The Puzzle Box

Elementary school art teacher Cole Peters is expecting a lonely Christmas this year while his longtime boyfriend, James Carducci, is on deployment with the Army. However, a box from James contains puzzles that lead Cole on a scavenger hunt through the greatest moments of their relationship. Together with his best friend Liz, Cole works his way through each clue.

The final puzzle could lead Cole to a gift beyond his wildest expectations

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Lost and Found

Two lonely men, a lost teddy bear, and a sprinkle of holiday magic!

On a snowy night before Christmas Eve, Tyler Martin finds himself stuck in a Chicago airport, unable to get home to his family on the East Coast. After missing last year due to his jerk of an ex-boyfriend, the idea of not making it this time hurts. When he finds a lost teddy bear in the waiting area, his night changes for the better.

Aaron Klein is a bored airport worker, taking the Christmas shift because he’s Jewish. He doesn’t expect to hit it off with the hot guy who brings a lost teddy bear to his desk, but it might end up being everything he didn’t know he was looking for.

Originally published as Teddy Bear Christmas.

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A Christmas Yarn – plus giveaway

A Christmas Yarn is now available for pre-order! And to celebrate, I’m having a little giveaway. Check out the Rafflecopter widget at the end of the post.

Blurb: Librarian Gavin MacCauley isn’t expecting any surprises this holiday season. It’s the usual rush of helping patrons, and knitting items to donate to the local hospital. But his world is turned upside down by the cutie who walks into knitting club looking to learn how to crochet a scarf.

Jonathan Mercier has just moved to town and is desperate to find a new craft for his traditional, handmade gift for the aunt who adopted him. When his elderly neighbor strong-arms him into attending the library’s knitting and crochet club, he falls hard for the kind (and hot!) librarian running the class.

But with Christmas coming, and time running out to finish the gift, will these two find the time for each other?

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Cover Reveal and Pre-Order for The Superhero Division

Check out the new cover for “The Superhero Division.” You can pre-order now or if you have Kindle Unlimited, read for free on October 16th!

Blurb:
When your evil twin is the competition…

Socket, a techno-telepath, is too busy to think about his crush on his best friend, Valor. Murderous robots are invading from another dimension, and he needs to use all his skills to put together a team of superheroes to counter the threat. This doesn’t mean he stops thinking about what might have been, especially when his double shows up.

Valor loves being a superhero – he loves the media attention, the way the public adores him. But the fight gets serious when the robot attacks start increasing. Luckily, they have help, another version of Socket from an alternate dimension. To his surprise, he finds himself attracted to this twin of his best friend.

The alternate Socket has his own agenda, one that doesn’t involve matchmaking or falling in love. And if he gets his way, everything Socket and Valor worked for will be destroyed.

Content Warning: A character has sexual assault as part of their background. They are also at one pointed triggers into having a flashback.
(originally published by Musa Press)

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Cover Reveal and Pre-order for Wolf Knight

Check out the new cover for my novella “Wolf Knight.” You can pre-order now, but the book will be released on September 18th!

Blurb: Renee Wyvern fought her way to join the ranks of the Wolf, the only order of all female knights in Hedlund. She’s determined to demonstrate her skills at the annual tourney and win honor for herself and her order. First, however, she needs to escort Hedlund’s princess back home. She’s not prepared for the attraction that strikes her.

Princess Adelaide is tired of hiding. She’s been forced into the convent for the past five years, and now she must let herself be sold off in marriage to ensure the continued peace. But her heart is captured by the dashing knight who guards her unexpectedly perilous journey. Maybe it’s time for her to start acting like a princess and take what she wants.

They are kept apart by honor and duty. Can love somehow win the day?

(originally published in the To The Victor anthology by Less Than Three Press)

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Cover Reveal and Pre-order: A Corgi Named Kilowatt

I’m so happy to show you the new cover for “A Corgi Named Kilowatt.” This cover was challenging for me to put together. I had to work with three separate images and make them look like they belonged together. And choosing the right corgi was tough!

This story was originally released in Less Than Three Press’s Silver & Gold Anthology. It is now available on its own for the first time!

Blurb: Evan Andrews is a graduate student content with spending his days in a library reading poetry. His existence is rocked when hot, sexy, and much too old for him Marc Romano stumbles into his life. The guy has everything, plus he loves dogs. Evan is immediately smitten.

Marc didn’t expect to be older than the professors when he decided to go back to college. He immediately puts his foot in his mouth around Evan, and if weren’t for his dog Kilo playing matchmaker, that would have been the end of that.

Sparks fly between Evan and Marc, but will those sparks ignite, or will their difference in age extinguish the flame?

The novella will be released next week, but you can pre-order it now if you wish!
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Coming Soon!

I have some great news! I am re-releasing some stories that I now have the rights back to, all leading up to the release of the new story “A Christmas Yarn” in December.

A Corgi Named Kilowatt – m/m contemporary novella. A grad student gets his heart stolen by an older man and his adorable dog.

Wolf Knight – f/f fantasy novella. A knight might escort a princess home to be married…without falling in love with her.

The Superhero Division – m/m novel. A team of superheros must defend the world against incursions from an alternate universe – but can Valor and Socket figure out their relationship first?

A Christmas Yarn – m/m contemporary short story.  Librarian Gavin meets adorable Jonathan at knitting club.

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