He helped to start what is now known as the "Kill The Gays" bill in Uganda, which essentially says homosexuality iScott Lively--such a lovely fellow.
He helped to start what is now known as the "Kill The Gays" bill in Uganda, which essentially says homosexuality is punishable by death. Now, there is a lawsuit going to be filed against him for inciting "crimes against humanity."
Ah, here we are again, nearing another release day. Can you believe it's my fourth this year? This s more than I have ever published before, and whileAh, here we are again, nearing another release day. Can you believe it's my fourth this year? This s more than I have ever published before, and while it can be exhausting, I am so very happy this book is coming out.
First, it's my first time publishing with a publishing house other than Dreamspinner. Wilde City Press is a publisher started by authors Geoff Knight and Ethan Day. They've been fantastic, and I can't wait to have more stories with them.
Eric Arvin and I wrote Ghoul's Gym. This story actually started off as a joke between Eric and me, just bouncing ideas of each other last year at GRL. We really had no intention of writing it.
Then I finished John & Jackie, and needed to write something different. I don't remember when or how or why it happened, but this story started to actually become reality.
Ghoul's Gym started out to be a satire on how man gay men have the obsession of obtaining the perfect body. I am happy to say, however, that it became so much more than that. Ghoul's Gym has a lot of heart and an emotional wallop I don't think people will expect. It's funny, sexy, sad, sweet, and heartbreaking (I mean, hello; who do you think you're reading here?)
To be fair, first and foremost this is a zombie story. So it will be scary and gory, but not so much so that you'll be vomiting your cheerios on your Kindle (Though, word of warning: don't eat Italian food when reading/watching something scary. Seriously. I watched Dawn of the Dead while eating lasagna and it started to look like small intestines. It was delicious).
This is also the first story I have ever co-written. It also just so happens my co-writer is also my boyfriend so... you know. We celebrated when we finished a bit differently then other co-writers probably do. (Ha! I'm dirty).
Ghoul's Gym is the beginning of a series we are calling The Art Of Man. There will probably be five novella length stories all together. This book, while it does leaves questions, does have a definitive ending. And it will be one I don't think you will expect.
So grab your favorite blanket, curl up and leave enough room to be able to cover your eyes. Eric Arvin and I have something to show you. Over here.
One of the first m/m books I read, and I found it extraordinary. The fantasy aspect behind it is well done, and the romance is darkly believable. TheOne of the first m/m books I read, and I found it extraordinary. The fantasy aspect behind it is well done, and the romance is darkly believable. The ending was a bit neat for the story that came before it, and all but begs for a sequel, which, to date, hasn't happened yet. I have the paperback of this. Well worth the purchase....more
My first venture into self publishing! So, Eric Arvin decided one day that he wanted to self publish an anthology. I had a story I was getting ready tMy first venture into self publishing! So, Eric Arvin decided one day that he wanted to self publish an anthology. I had a story I was getting ready to submit when it was suggested I send it to him to see if it fit in the antho. Sure enough, it did. He gathered some of the best authors working in the genre today for stories a little bit... outside... of what they normally write. (seriously, check out those names!) We are going to show you what happens when you crack the darkest sky wide open...
Remember: I write only about puppy parades and sunshine kisses (ha!).
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John and Jack first laid eyes on each other when they were twelve years old. Now, seventy-one years later, Jack prepares to give his beloved husband the ultimate gift. But before he does, they'll relive five key moments from their younger lives together over the course of a single afternoon. From a first meeting and a first kiss, to the violence of an abusive father and the heartache of growing up, these moments have defined who they have become. As sunset approaches, John will show the depths of his love for the one man who has made him whole: his Jackie. In the end, they'll learn there is no force more powerful than their devotion to one another....more