Don’t miss the $.99 Pennies Sale, happening now on Amazon! From September 20-24th, get Strait Laced for just $0.99! And don’t miss these other fantastic m/m romance titles too! Looking In by Michael BaileyLet Me In by Luna DavidSecret Daddy by JR GraySecret Simon by Davidson KingCutting It Close by Read more…
I haz exciting news. February 12th is the release date for the Free Men boxset, a collection of my bestselling series, plus three extra bonus scenes and the Free Men world map. It’s silly but I’m stupidly pleased with the map, and all the little details in it. It reminds me of the fantasy series I read as a kid. (more…)
Welcome to 1940s England. World War II is over, but for two very different men, peacetime brings its own perils. Set in small town England, this trilogy follows the adventures of Hugo and Tommy as they foil a murderer, solve a mysterious disappearance, and track down the sender of a series of poison pen letters. Three cozy mysteries, served with a side of forbidden love in a series rich in historical detail and local colour. Take a trip to Puddledown today! (more…)
Holy shit, I’ve actually got a book coming out. It’s been a loooooong dry spell but that’s about to end! Strait Laced will release on 28 November. Squee!! (more…)
There has been some controversy recently about authors signing up for Patreon. For those who don’t know, Patreon is a site where people can sign up to support creators (not just authors, but photographers and artists, musicians, models… you name it) by pledging them a fixed amount of money every month. Most Patreons start at $1 or $3, and can go all the way up to hundreds of dollars per month.
I’ll be honest, I’ve been considering it for a long time, but I hadn’t taken the plunge because getting a Patreon involves two things: 1. Talking about money, and 2. Swallowing my pride. Let me explain. (more…)
So the news is now out that All Romance Ebooks, a beloved specialist retailer adored by many an m/m reader and author alike, is closing its doors for good. The new hit yesterday afternoon, to shock and disappointment across our genre. Sentiments that quickly turned to anger when we read the email we received (or, in my case, the email others posted on social media; mine seems to have got lost in the post). (more…)