I took a longer-than-expected break from things, but I’m back and ready to share more stories with you!
Next Harrington Hills book, tentatively titled Searching For Home, is already with the editor, so fingers crossed it’s coming out soon! I’ll update you as soon as I know the details.
You might have noticed that D.C. Files books are currently unavailable. I plan to republish them all in the near future, starting in (let’s hope!) November. There’s also a new book in that series coming up – look for that somewhere around Spring or Summer 2019.
I’m also working on a trilogy I hope you will like. It has a completely new fantasy setting, dragon shifters, alliances with humans, and, of course, love stories at the core of it all!
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As I’m editing the first draft of the next D.C. Files book, I’ve got some news to share:
Redefining Home, the fourth book in Harrington Hills series, is coming this Fall! And this time, it’s more than two people finding each other…
For years, Roy Cocker and Bill Soreno have been together, but they’d never become mates. Roy had never been able to fully commit to forever when a part of his heart belonged to a man he’d once left behind in San Francisco.
Now Adrian Marlow shows up in Harrington Hills unexpectedly, and their world gets thrown out of whack. Roy can’t go through losing Adrian the second time, Bill’s instincts are sending him mixed signals, and Adrian… Adrian doesn’t want to get his heart broken again.
But can he really leave Harrington Hills behind after only one day? Or is there a way for the three of them to right the old wrongs, heal each other’s wounds, and become something more?
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The newest book in the Harrington Hills series is here! Connor and Jack get to tell their story and you can find out what happened in the past and what’s happening now that Connor’s back in town he hadn’t thought he would ever step foot in again.
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Jack Harrington told everyone who asked that he got over Connor long time ago. And while he still hasn’t managed to convince himself, he moves on with his life. He doesn’t have a choice. Connor is gone for good.
Or is he?
Connor Warden didn’t plan to ever come back to Harrington Hills, but with an infant in tow, that is exactly what he does. His daughter needs a pack and he is going to give it to her.
When Jack and Connor’s lives literally collide again, will they be able to go back to what have been and find their connection once more? Or is the divide between them too deep to ever fully get over?
I’m participating in April Autism Blog Hop run by RJ Scott for the second time in a row and I still think it’s something special. Thanks, RJ, once again, for organizing it.
For those of you who are so inclined, please visit THE MASTERPOST of this blog hop to read what others are saying.
Did You Know?
There is no medical detection or cure for autism
BUT autism prevalence figures are growing.
People are different. People are amazing, and strange, and sometimes they hurt us, sometimes they inspire us. There’s no one way to be human and maybe that’s the beauty of it. We discover ourselves constantly, we discover other people over and over again. There’s no end, no finish line.
I hope you’re curious about yourself and about others. I wish you all to keep discovering things in people you haven’t thought possible. I wish you all to let yourself be discovered by others, too. To open yourself and show somebody what ‘human’ means to you. To see what it means to them.
I didn’t know what I was going to write about when I started this post and this is what came out. This is my ‘human’ tonight.
Comment and tell me what you discovered about yourself lately. It can be the simplest thing or the biggest one, you chose.
You can win a copy of “Running Off the Edge” e-book.
The giveaway ends April 19th.
Edit: the winner is Shirley Ann!
After the knee injury, Liam O’Connor, the former gold medalist, is no longer able to compete at the Olympics. He’s in Sochi as an assistant coach for another male figure skater and hopes to avoid Eric Lanney as much as possible.
Meanwhile Eric is back to compete for gold in pair skating, but is that the only thing that will be important to him? Maybe when the former lovers meet again in Russia, they will both learn that a gold medal isn’t the greatest prize you can win at the Winter Olympics.
Happy New Year!
I hope 2014 was good for you. For me, it was amazing.
My first book was published. Running Off the Edge came out in February, got to show up at the All Romance bestseller list, and seem to be well-received. 🙂 It was an incredible experience to see something I wrote get out into the world. My dream had come true.
Open Endings, my second book, came out in July, and I got to relive that incredible rush of joy at seeing my book at the publisher’s and retailer’s sites.
I received an immense level of support from the community of M/M writers and I continue to be extremely grateful for that. I’m equally grateful to all the readers who took a chance on a new author. I hope you liked my stories and I hope I will see you around.
I’d written a lot in 2014. The count went slightly over 200k words which as an absolute record for me. It’s mostly the stories that for now are only sitting on my desk computer and the computer of my beta reader, but I hope they will see the light of day in 2015. One story may even be coming out pretty soon… 🙂 I will keep you posted!
Once again, thank you and all the best for you in 2015! May it be the best one yet!
This is both exciting and terrifying.
I guess it’s good that at the beginning I’ll be mostly talking to myself here. 😉