Dearest Milton James
The sequel to Code Red is COMING SOON!
A huge thanks to everyone who has been waiting patiently for this book! I can’t say too much just yet, but what I can divulge…
Code Blue is 114K words long
It’s Jeremy and Steve’s story
It’s rather different to Code Red
It’s told from Steve’s point of view
It should be out late February – date to be confirmed
I’ll be back soon with the blurb, cover and pre-order link!
The tagline… Not even the brightest star can shine forever
Stay tuned for more soon!
I am so very honoured to announce that Dearest Milton James was named BOOK OF THE YEAR not once, but twice!
The Goodreads M/M Romance Members’ Choice Awards and Love Bytes Reviews both gave the top award to Malachi and Julian, and all the crew at the Dead Letter Office.
I’m so very honoured! Thank you to everyone who nominated and voted! I’m humbled that this little book touched so many hearts.
I won a whole basket of awards at the Goodreads M/M Awards, and I’m very proud to show off my badges!
Seven awards in total!
Book of the Year! For Dearest Milton James
Best Contemp/mainstream for Dearest Milton James
3rd Best Comedy for Dearest Milton James
Best Main Character for Malachi in Dearest Milton James
Best Performance/Visual Arts for Code Red
Best White Collar (tie for first place) for Bossy
3rd Best Series of all Time for Red Dirt Heart
I’m honoured and very grateful to all my readers! Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone who has bought, read, and reviewed my books!
THREE’S COMPANY AUDIO OUT NOW!
Nick Russo has done a stellar job on this audio! I’m still waiting for Audible to catch up, but you can find it at the following stores:
Check your favourite store. Coming to Audible soon!
That’s all my news for now! Please stay safe and be kind to yourself!
I know I usually shy away from Christmas/holiday books, but this year the characters spoke so I gladly listened. Yay and a ho ho ho! To be honest, I think my brain needed some merry cheer.
We have Dearest Malachi Keogh! It’s a short continuation of Dearest Milton James, told completely in Julian’s POV, because he wants to make Malachi’s Christmas perfect.
Julian Pollard never believed in love at first sight. That was until he met Malachi Keogh. Well, maybe it wasn’t love at first sight, but it sure was something.
Julian had forgotten how to live, how to be happy, and Malachi changed all that. Now together for four years, Julian wants to give Malachi a Christmas he’ll never forget.
The only problem is, Christmas at a mail distribution centre is the busiest time of the year. It just might take the whole team to make it happen.
If you’re not familiar with the crew at the Dead Letter Office, you can find them in Dearest Milton James. It’s a fun, heartwarming romance that, like the Dead Letter Office, really delivers. (Ha! I had to pun it up. It was right there.)
Christmas Wish List is coming soon!!
Cover reveal : October 25th
Release date : November 25th
What I can tell you…
Christmas Wish List a 67,000-word Christmas novel. It has two new main characters but it’s set in a town we know. We see some familiar faces. There is snow, there is a little heat, and lots of falling in love.
I know I promised to drop the cover, blurb, and pre-order link… but I decided to hit ‘publish’ instead of ‘pre-order’ LOL
Malachi Keogh finds himself in a job he neither wanted nor asked for when his father, boss of Sydney’s postal service, sends him to the end of the business line, aka The Dead Letter Office. Malachi expects tedious and boring but instead discovers a warehouse with a quirky bunch of misfit co-workers, including a stoic and nerdy boss, Julian Pollard.
Malachi’s intrigued by Julian at first, and he soon learns there’s more to the man than his boring clothes of beige, tan, and brown; a far cry from Malachi’s hot pink, lilac, and electric blue. Where Julian is calm and ordered, Malachi is chaos personified, but despite their outward differences, there’s an immediate chemistry between them that sends Malachi’s head—and heart—into a spin.
To keep his father happy, Malachi needs to keep this job. He also needs to solve the mystery of the pile of old letters that sits in Julian’s office and maybe get to the bottom of what makes Julian tick. Like everything that goes through the mail centre, only time will tell if Malachi has found his intended destination or if he’ll find himself returned to sender.
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I hope you enjoy it! And please remember to review. It means a lot!