The Charity Sips Blitz at Torquere Press has launched. This collection of thirty-three short stories centers on the concept of getting better, and all sales proceeds, plus a matching contribution from the publisher, benefits the It Gets Better Project. Lets spread the message to our young people that we care, while enjoying some quality short stories by some well-know authors and some that may be new to you.
You may buy the Sips invidually or as a package that'll save you more than 15%.
I'm honored to have a story included in this effort, Summer Boys:
Ferris Stuart has two missions to accomplish while on vacation on Oahu: research for a new Hawaiian Islands themed hotel, and have a little fun, something he hasn't had much of since his partner died two years ago. So far he's managed to halfheartedly accomplish the first task; however, he's failing miserably at the second. That is, until a charming islander shows him both the locale and how to start living again.
Happy reading, and thank you for your support of the It Gets Better Project.
Today I'm guest blogging at Bookwenches, talking about the inspirations behind my latest novel Settling the Score.
Let's show the cover artists some love! The Rainbow Awards Cover contest at Elisa Rolle's site is in full swing. You can vote for twenty-five of the fifty covers offered this week.
I believe there are some giveaways going on over there too. Another reason to vote!
And the covers are purdy...
On Saturday, May 7, Torquere Press will release Fanning the Flames, the sequel to my last year's Christmas story The Match Before Christmas. In honor of this release, a chance to win an ebook copy will take place on the Torquere Press LiveJournal on Sunday, May 8, where I'll be hosting. Here's the link, but I won't be there until Sunday.
Lisa at Top 2 Bottom Reviews gave five kisses to Settling the Score, my latest novel. Whoo-hoo!
She had this to say:
This is a story that is, like Joey himself, engaging and uncomplicated on its surface, though as the plot unfolds, it becomes evident there is much more to explore beneath the exterior, lending the characters and their story depth and heart. As Troy and Joey work together, spending time talking and excavating Joey’s thoughts and feelings, they begin to discover their similarities outweigh their differences. It isn’t a case of opposites attract as much as it is a case of Joey serving as a reflection of who Troy had once been before life made him who he’d become. This is a story of transformation, but certainly not of whom I’d expected.
At 4:00 PM EST today, April 23, Goodreads M/M Romance Group will be hosting a chat for me, their Author of the Month. Come on over and say howdy.You do have to register for the group if you haven't already. Here's where you to do that:
Once registered, when chat begins, you can access it here:
You must create a unique name or the chat will give you one.
I hope to see you there! Two lucky commenters will receive a print copy of one of my books.