Bookish talk – visiting Emma the Little Bookworm

Many thanks to Pauline Barclay at Chill With A Book and Emma Mitchell for spotlighting #chillbooks awardees. I had the opportunity to ‘talk’ to Emma on her blog about the inspiration for For King and Country, the importance of awards like the Chill Readers Award, my other writing, possible future projects, and more. Check it…

Best night of the week – writers group

Thursdays are special. My writing friends take me to their worlds. We might spend time with a bounty hunter in Las Vegas or look over the shoulder of a small town Kansas cop. We are in the future – a bleak one – in the Pacific Northwest. We relive the turbulent ’60s in the South. Or…

The Big Gay Fiction Giveaway #BGFG

Discover a new author – better yet, discover more than 80 authors writing m/m fiction in multiple genres: historical fiction (like mine), literary fiction, science fiction, fantasy, and more. Free books, short stories, and sample chapters are just a click away. Yes, free! Opt into an author’s mailing list and you can download something new to…

GRL 2016 Supporting Author

GRL Retreat in Kansas City

Broadening my horizons, stretching my wings. GRL is the Gay Romance Literature Retreat. According to their website, GRL is “for people who create and celebrate LGBT romance.” My Battle Scars series is historical fiction with a gay romance – it made me smile when I signed up to be a Supporting Author and organizer Teresa…

Final days – Read FREE with Kindle Unlimited

You may have noticed that the novels in my Battle Scars series have been Kindle-exclusive the last few months. I’ve read about other authors’ mixed experiences, including some who have been quite successful with one of the perks of going Amazon only. Amazon has a program for authors called KDP Select, which enrolls novels in…

Special sale – For King and Country

July 6 – 8  Get For King and Country for $2.99/£1.99 (ebook) See what the reviewers are saying: “The history is sharp, the action appropriately bloody, the passion undeniable.” —Christopher Monk (aka researcher/consultant and The Anglo-Saxon Monk) “With a blistering siege scene, daring escapes and a truly dastardly villain there is something for everyone here.”…