Friday, March 27, 2015

The Intersection of Purgatory and Paradise is Available Now!



Available from: AmazonDreamspinner, and other major ebook sites.

Technically, it was available this morning. Still, it officially exists! Doug and Christopher's HEA! More or less...

And I'm late announcing it, but I'm going to pretend I got this done first thing in the morning.

It's spring break here, so camping and hiking had to happen somewhere between writing, promo, and the six birthday parties the minions were invited to over their holidays. I honestly didn't think I'd be putting this post together until tomorrow, so that's lucky at least. I came back a day early because the littlest minion ran into some stinging nettle three miles from the trail head and our car yesterday. It turns out a backpack, water for 4, snacks for 4, and a whimpering 4 year old covered in cortisone is all I can carry.

Now I get to spend the weekend working on Pins and Needles and treating shin splints. The pain is totally worth it, though:)


 


Monday, March 9, 2015

Giveaway Winners!

My paperback giveaways are done!

Winners of a paperback copy of The Way Things Are:

  • Tanja
  • Wendy H.
  • Alaina
  • Kc D.

Winners of a paperback copy of Holding Out for a Fairy Tale:

  • Ashley E
  • Waxapplelover
  • Claudia M
  • Neene

I'll be emailing winners to get shipping information! Thank you to all who entered!

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Purgatory and Paradise is Coming March 27th!!!

Purgatory and Paradise is officially on the Dreamspinner coming soon page!




Least Likely Partnership Book 3


Life is small-town Montana has become hell for former San Diego homicide detective Christopher Hayes. No one will hire him, he has made the seething racism his lover Doug Heavy Runner faces at work worse by adding homophobia to the mix, and his most recent jog through town ends when two gay-bashing teenagers hit him in the head with a rock. Deputy Sheriff Doug Heavy Runner has never overcome the abusive relationship that traumatized and shattered him as a young adult. The memories, the lingering shame, and the fear he has never acknowledged have left him resigned to endure the discrimination he faces in Elkin. But he can’t stand it when Christopher becomes a target for that same hatred. 

When the mutilated body of one of the boys who assaulted Christopher is found in Doug’s garage, Christopher and Doug return from a vacation in San Diego and uncover a tangle of secrets, lies, and tragedy lurking beneath Elkin’s small-town fa├žade. With their relationship at a crossroads, they’ll have to work together to catch the killer and maybe find a paradise of their own.



And in other news, it looks like I'm going to be moving to wordpress or to a dedicated website. Haven't quite decided which yet. As I understand it, posting excerpts that might possibly hint at the existence of sex will be a violation of Google's new TOS as of March 23. so I've got to find a new home on the web.

Also, there's still time to enter my giveaway for a paperback copy of The Way Things Are or Holding Out for a Fairy Tale! Check out the details HERE

Escaping from Dreamspinner Press’s Downward Spiral

This sucks. I hate having to post this, but it’s time. Like so many Dreamspinner Press authors, I haven’t been paid royalties owed to me ...