Another late day for me. Didn’t fall asleep until 2 this afternoon, lol. It’s nice to be able to set my own schedule and actually own that fact instead of feeling like some deadbeat for it. We are not robots and the body sleeps when it wants.
I’ve been busy this week making covers! I’m fiddling on the YA version of the Demon Arms cover—I’m changing the name, I’m changing the series title and everything. It’s totally going to be re-branded just for the genre and to see how it goes. I’m curious to see what repackaging can do to something. It’s totally fun. Hellcat is nearly done with its final draft and edit and Wendy’s cover is all ready. Lol, you will be seeing this again once her book is published but for now I just want to show off. <3
Look, barely any black! XD I pushed myself to not use all those dark, moody colors for these covers and I’m really happy with the results. I might be gaining some artistic range. XD
Finding gratitude in the everyday
I’ve been thinking a lot about why I write since my health has improved, and in that same breath, why I read. Writing has pretty much taken over reading for me because it provides the same thing reading used to. Escape. When I was younger, I read to escape memories of a traumatic childhood, and later, the effects of anxiety, as well as sick/dead parents and a very chaotic home environment where nothing felt like it was in my control. All those stories out there by amazing authors who took the time to share allowed me to escape my own brain, which wasn’t a great place to be. So here I am now, my brain a far better place to be, and I’m immensely grateful that I can offer that escape to others.
It is truly a gift to be able to give, no joke. I sometimes feel like giving fills me with far more joy than receiving ever does. It’s nearly selfish in a way cuz it’s a great feeling to have, yet it’s a selfishness I’m happy to embrace.
Speaking of giving, MM goodies down below.
Jack Miller is a friend, a father, and a therapist. When he learns that he has a brain tumor, his only hope is an expensive and experimental drug. Even though there are no guarantees, Jack decides to take the risk, but he has to revisit his shady past to come up with the money. While keeping the man he loves in the dark about his condition, he dedicates the rest of his life to helping other people. But it means destroying himself – and lying to the people he loves – in the process.
Running Away From Their Pasts…. Bring Them Together
Being a dragon is hard enough, but being a gay one is even harder.
River is a young man getting to grips with the double whammy of being a dragon shifter as well as gay, in the small backwater of Carlsbad.
To make matters worse, he accidentally comes out as both gay and a dragon, at his graduation party, without realizing it.
Now shunned by the townsfolk, his father decides to send him away, under the tutelage of the charismatic, but also very strange, Storm Woods.
When you know there is a huge difference between having a house and a home…
Telling my family about the situation with Wes was scary, but it’s finally behind us, that secret is out in the open.
Now I need to make sure that the house I’ve been working on for years will finally be a home…
Spending a lot of time with Wes is giving me a different outlook on the prospects of having my own family, especially a big one like he has.
It’s still early days, but I’m sure that if we all work together, we can make the house into a real home. Only, some plans go a little differently than expected…
This is the seventh novella about Alpha Clay and Omega Aiden in Making a Family, which takes place in a non-shifter Omegaverse world and contains mpreg (male-pregnancy).
When life kicks a wanderer in the bollocks, all he can do is fight for his life.
Bad boy BC Brooks screwed up his lifelong dream of being captain of the English national rugby team. Lost and confused, he hides from his failures until an unexpected inheritance forces him to make a change.
Graham Hodson lives for travel, adventure, and one-night stands. Wanderlust rules his life. He never expects a brief encounter with a stranger to haunt his dreams and follow him across the world.
One diagnosis shakes both men to their core.
One journey through the depths of recovery brings two perpetual bachelors into the unknown territory of love.
An erotic gay fantasy romance *** fated soulmates
Some are born as prey.
Small-town orphan Pip is stuck in a rut. Life just turns in circles. He’d like to meet his first boyfriend and find a job. But he can’t even escape his old school bullies, it seems… Until a hunk of a guy with magic fingers steps in and saves him.
Others are born to hunt.
The stranger who seduces Pip is an immortal god, sworn to him for all of Pip’s lives. God in the forest and between the sheets, Hunter will have his prize. Again and again.
Destiny lies with Hunter.
After experiencing his first kiss, Pip discovers their fates are bound together for all eternity. Hunter has access to a world of magic and wonder, and the changes in Pip’s life are almost too much to take. Now he’s faced with an impossible choice…
Hunter is a hot and steamy gay fantasy romance with a guaranteed happy ever after and no cheating.