• 2014 to the stage, please…

    Well, it’s almost here. 2014, that is.  And you know what?  It can’t get here soon enough.  2013 has been a year of change.  It’s been a busy-as-hell year for me. I’ve moved house, twice, built a new house, had a stressful/shitty year at my EDJ, and released eight books.  2013 has also been a not-so-great year for a lot people I know.  There’s been separations, divorces, illnesses, deaths and funerals, financial troubles and stress. But I’ve also seen some love, friendships and families made. I’ve had nominations and awards for my writing from fabulous readers. And I’ve witnessed the remarkable m/m community do some remarkable things, and really come…

  • Silvia Violet’s Sorting Out – And a giveaway!

    I’m stoked to have Silvia Violet on my blog today!!  Check out the AWESOME  cover to her new release, Sorting Out.  Be sure to leave a comment for a chance to win your choice of a book from my backlist! When I starting writing Fitting In, I didn’t have plans for it to have a sequel, but as the story progressed, I realized there would still be lots of questions left open at the end—would Jack and Gray come out at work? How would they manage a threeway relationship in the long term? Would Mason get his degree? I’d already considered writing another book focused on these three men when…

  • Five Minutes with LM Brown

    I’d like to welcome LM Brown to my blog today!      When did you start writing? I started writing back when I was in school, but stopped for a long time when I started work and did evening classes. My free time was non-existent for a number of years. Then I started writing again when I found myself in the realms of the Harry Potter fandom.  After that it was just a small step to find myself going back to my original fiction stories.   What do you love about writing? I like telling my characters’ stories and getting the crazy voices in my head down on paper. I…

  • Update on Starting Point

    As you may or may not know, I’ve really struggled with writing these last few months.  Without going into details and the whole woe is me song, for the last seven months I have been trying to write the final installment in my Turning Point Series. Well, it’s done.  The first draft anyway. I’ve sent it to my editor (who graciously read it when it was half done and I was about ready to quit writing all together) and I’m sure there will be major edits, rewrites and additions to be done. As it is now, it’s 90,600 words exactly. (I deleted the epilogue – but will add it if…

  • Guest Post! Kate Sherwood – Fall Into You

    Kate Sherwood is here to show off her new book, Fall Into You! The Fall, from Dreamspinner Press, coming December 16, 2013 – available for pre-order now! Bio Kate started writing at about the same time she got back on a horse after a twenty-year break. She’d like to think she’s far too young for it to be a mid-life crisis, but apparently she was ready for a few changes! Kate’s writing focuses on characters and relationships, people trying to find out how much of themselves they need to keep, and how much they can afford to give away. She tries to find a careful balance between drama and humor—she…

  • Goodreads M/M nominations!!

    I have been nominated for NINE awards!!!  Truly, I can’t thank you all enough. It’s very humbling <3 The badges for the awards are:                   The link to vote is  at SURVEY MONKEY   And to those who nominated me, I just have one thing to say…      

  • Taxes and TARDIS new cover reveal!

    Taxes and TARDIS was taken out of publication in January 2013. It was a horrible time for me as a writer, as it is for any author having stories removed.  But after a re-edit and some re-writing, Taxes and TARDIS will be available again in March 2014. And I have the cover already! Isn’t it pretty?   I can’t wait for Brent and Logan to live again!  This was the first story I ever had published, so it will mean a lot for me to see it available again. Blurb: Brent Kelly takes in his shoebox full of receipts and invoices to his new accountant, Logan Willis. He didn’t expect…

  • Morticia Knight Razzle Dazzles

    Gin, Jazz & a Devastatingly Handsome 1920’s Screen Idol.   The Gin & Jazz Series is a journey about a sweet but naïve young orphan Jack. It’s the Golden Age of the 1920’s, and Jack travels west with his lover Nick. They are from the streets, and find themselves struggling to survive the tawdry world that makes up the celluloid kingdom. At the beginning of Razzle Dazzle (Gin & Jazz 2), Jack is crushed by the loss of his lover, and isn’t sure how he can go on. It seems as though his fortunes might be about to turn as Global Pictures Studios has expressed an interest in him. And…