• 🇮🇹 For my Italian readers 🇮🇹 Benvenuti nel Blog hop delle traduzioni italiane LGBT!

    I’m taking part in an Instagram hop with a bunch of awesome LGBTQIA+ authors with translations in Italian! It’s a fun way to hop along to different authors and find some amazing Italian books! Benvenuti nel Blog hop delle traduzioni italiane LGBT! È sufficiente cliccare sul nome di ogni autore e lasciare un commento sulla sua pagina per fargli sapere che hai cominciato a seguirlo (o che lo stavi già seguendo), e poi passare al successivo. Molti tra gli scrittori di romance LGBTQ prendono parte all’iniziativa e ognuno di loro offre premi tra cui Buono regalo Amazon, ebook e cartacei autografati. Scegli un autore dall’elenco e divertiti a scoprirne di…

  • Freebies and Sales – This Weekend Only!

      🏳️‍🌈💗 LGBTQ+ WEEKEND FREEBIES! 🏳️‍🌈💗 Freebies for May 1-3, 2020 at this link: https://books.bookfunnel.com/elizaraeserviceslgbtq1-3giveaway/61d562mfss Looking for a regular place to find LGBTQ+ Romance books for FREE? Each week we’ll offer up to 10 free ebooks to help you fall in love with new authors and revisit old flames. Authors included are: Me (lol) BL Maxwell, Annabella Michaels, Cara Dee, Jay Hogan, Aria Grace, Louisa Masters, and  Author R. Phoenix    Just subscribe to the newsletter below for future freebies delivered straight to your inbox. Eliza Rae Service Newsletter: https://www.elizaraeservices.com/subscribe   You can find my free book, Point of No Return at AMAZON Please note that my Turning Point series…

  • Good Morning Monday ~ Another Week!

    Can you believe it’s almost the end of February? It’s just crazy how fast this year is going already, and I have a lot happening, as per usual LOL Re-edited and Re-released, the third edition of Taxes and TARDIS is also out now!! And on sale for just 99c!! BLURB: Brent is a jock, Logan a geek; these men are a world apart. But if opposites attract, maybe it’s the differences between them that make it worth the fight. Brent Kelly is a laid-back electrician whose only concerns are drinks with friends and which man to bed next. In need of a new accountant to sort out his nightmarish shoebox…

  • Good Morning Monday and what a bloody week it was!

    OMG this week… So busy, but productive, thank God! What I got done this week: Wrote 16,000 words to finish the first draft of On Davis Row 🙂 Wrote the blurb for On Davis Row (I swear, the 92K word story was easier lol) Completed edits on 82,000 words for the re-release of Breaking Point (Oct 27th) Organised/ordered 96 paperback pre-order books to be delivered to Denver The Weight Of It All was released on Audio Negotiated a contract for all FOUR Spencer Cohen books to be done in Audio Imagines and Perfect Catch came off KU and went to other retailers Set up a CafePress store! Not to mention…

  • Good Morning Monday! Point of No Return is baaaaack!!

    Yes, that’s right!!  The rights to Point of No Return have been returned to me! I can’t begin to tell you how happy I am about that! It was my first ever submitted book, way back in 2011 (subbed in 2011, published in 2012) and what a roller coaster this poor book has had! It’s had two publishers (the first being Silver – no more needs to be said on that matter LOL) and it’s short lifespan, this new edition will be its FOURTH cover. No wonder people are confused, right?? Just so we’re clear, this new edition has been re-edited and has a bright and shiny new cover, but…

  • Retro Reads: Point of No Return

    THIRD EDITION BUY LINKS: Amazon | Pride Publishing | ARe | B&N BLURB: Matthew Elliot is one of LA’s best detectives. He’s been labelled the golden boy of the Fab Four: a team of four detectives who’ve closed down drug-rings all over the city. He’s smart, tough and exceptionally good at his job. He’s also a closeted gay man. Enter Kira Takeo Franco, the new boxing coach at the gym. Matthew can’t deny his immediate attraction to the man his fellow cops know as Frankie. But in allowing himself to fall in love with a man known to his colleagues, Matthew risks outing them both. Matt and Kira work to keep their relationship and private lives hidden…

  • New Reviews of Turning Point Series

    Thank you to Prism Book Alliance who reviewed the Turning Point series. 5* for Point of No Return….”In Kira, Matt finally finds a reason to come out of hiding. Add in a little mystery, some good friends, and some seriously kick ass fight sequences, you have a fun read.”     5* for Breaking Point ….”Breaking Point is heartbreaking. It is violent. It is a struggle to read. That struggle stems from how much I love these two main characters. I want them to have that happy ending. However, they have to work hard for it. They have to examine themselves and their relationship. What they see isn’t always pretty, and they…

  • To Will Parkinson… Twelfth of Never – Blind Faith 3.5

    Over the last year, Will Parkinson (the man, not the character from Blindside) has pestered hounded harassed encouraged me to write a little more of the Blind Faith series. And while it might not be a full novel, I have done a very short (as in only 8500 words) FREE Christmas story instead to shut him up make him happy. 🙂 Will has demanded requested demanded Mark and Will (the characters, not the men) become parents. But we all know Mark doesn’t have a clue paternal side, and truthfully I just didn’t see Mark filling that role. He is, after all, a child himself. So what we have, is this…   The…

  • 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…

  • Breaking Point excerpt

    I walked downstairs to find Kira cleaning up and putting things away. He wouldn’t look at me. “You sleep okay?” I nodded. “Yeah. You?” He didn’t answer. “We need to head back this morning,” he said instead. “I have to work tonight.” “Okay,” I said, turning around. “I’ll just go pack my things.” “You can have some breakfast first,” he said. He looked at me then. “Your eye looks better.” I shrugged. “I wouldn’t know. I haven’t seen it.” “You haven’t looked at it, at all?” I shook my head. “No.” I scratched my not-sore cheek through the four-day grown stubble. “I haven’t been game enough to shave, so I…