MM Romance

MATCH – Sequel to ACE – Now Live! #mmromance #gayromance

 Squee! Match is now available from Amazon, AllRomance, and Smashwords. Coming everywhere else soon!

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Whatever happened to Brian Scagill? 

A year after his dramatic exit from England’s Grand Slam tournament, Brian has all but disappeared from the world of professional tennis, and doesn’t intend to return. He’s made a life for himself with fellow athlete Lexi Horvat, far removed from the dual pressures of fame and family.

A surprise wildcard might be his last chance to play on an international stage, and Brian’s life is thrown into tumult once again. This time, however, he’s not alone. Lexi has secured himself a place in the tournament, as has Jared, a young player the two men have been coaching. With his loved ones accompanying him, Brian agrees to play. Lexi promises they’ll take on the tournament together, as a team, but Brian knows better than anyone that on the grass, it’s every man for himself.


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THE KISS – #Free Anthology, Coming Soon!

Yes, you heard that right. Look out everywhere for The Kiss, a collaborative anthology produced by some of the best (and bestselling!) authors around. It will be available on major platforms by the end of the month.

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From fantasy to thrillers, horror to romance, The Kiss is an eclectic collection of over thirty stories in multiple genres, all based on a single theme. There’s even a little bit of m/m in there. So, from first kisses to last kisses, the kiss of death and kissing the Blarney stone, look out for this great collection very, very soon!

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Top 10 Best Gay Novels Past and Present

Sometimes it seems the world and his wife reads m/m these days. Certainly, the genre is becoming increasingly popular with a not-so-gay demographic. M/M has its roots in slash fanfiction (think Kirk/Spock or Holmes/Watson), but authors have been writing gay (if that’s not an anachronistic term) romances for centuries. As a latecomer to fandoms, it was in novels that I first saw real representations of same-sex couples, and some of those stories have stuck with me for years. These are the best of them.


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GayRomLit and ‘Must-Have’ Authors

Apologies for the double-post today, but this one couldn’t wait. I’m sure some of you by now have seen the recent press release from GRL regarding the registration for October’s con in Atlanta. For those of you who haven’t see it yet, here’s the highlights.

GayRomLit is an annual reader-focused retreat dedicated to the celebration and advancement of LGBT romance. Designed by authors for readers, GRL’s mission is to connect readers to the authors they love and the ones they have yet to fall for within a safe, supportive, affordable, and fabulous environment. Our motto is that GayRomLIt [sic] is where romance comes out and the tribe comes together. [Emphasis mine]

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