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M/M Romance discussion (blog)


“Join us this Sunday and Monday (February 22nd and 23rd) for a round table discussion with authors Ally Blue, Jamie Craig, LB Gregg, JL Langley, Josh Lanyon, K.A. Mitchell, Jet Mykles and Chris Owen.  These authors of M/M romance engage in an honest and provocative discussion of what they’re writing and why they write it. The discussion will be presented in 6 different blogs and we’ll be posting 3 new blogs on Sunday and 3 on Monday. Join the discussion about M/M romance. And of course, we’ll have book excerpts and book give aways both days.”

Should be fun, guys. I’ve seen the others’ answers to the questions and a lot of it is really interesting.

Back to the Rockers

(Just posted this at Fiction with Friction, but reposted here too since it’s relevant)

So the steampunk/fantasy story has been turned in. Not sure when it’s going to be released but it’s in Loose Id’s hands now and off my back. It’s called Sursein Judgment and I’ll keep you posted.

Meantime, I’m going back to the rockers. No, not the Indigo Knights. Not yet. This one’s still Heaven Sent. Gretchen Hobbes, their manager, is getting a story. Yes, I know, girls in yaoi? How could I? Well, I’m hoping my dear readers can forgive me this one. I thought Gretchen really needed a story. And, if it’s any consolation, she gets two men. That help? In preparation for this story, I’ve been re-reading the HS books for the last week and making sure I’ve got my facts straight on them. I should be ready to get started this weekend. It’s called Heaven Sent: Revelations. I guess it’s technically book 6 but it feels like kind of an off-shoot. But, with this addition, maybe Genesis can go into print.

Some of you may have caught wind that I was going to start the next Dark Elves book after Judgment. Continue reading Back to the Rockers


I posted this over at Loose Ends but kind of liked it so I’ll post it here too.


My newest release is now available! It’s the third–well, actually fourth but it’s the third about this set of characters–book in a series. It’s made me think about the series.

In the summer of 2005, I was asked if I’d like to be in an anthology at Loose Id. Werewolves for Halloween. Could I do it? I gave it some thought. At the time, I had two books out, both in the Dark Elves series. I kind of wanted to do something else, branch out if you will before I got too far into one flavor of erotic romance. So I said sure. Why not? Anthology had to be good exposure, right? Continue reading Leashed