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I’ll be wrapping up this busy season by releasing my 3rd book this summer. Bent Arrow will be coming your way September 3rd. Here is the blurb and the cover! Sometimes curves in the road take you right where you belong. Luther Almond’s life working the Bakken oil field is perfect—short-lived jobs, temporary housing, and easy hookups. That’s one reason he won’t move home when he inherits the lake house. When Erik Heat bends over to fix Luther’s pipes, his tattoos hint he might be up for more than working on the drain. The last thing Luther expects is to want more from this guy than one night. Every time they’re…
All my blog tour stops are listed below. Follow along! Amazon Barnes & Noble Kobo iTunes Happy reading! 22-Jun Elisa – My Reviews and Ramblings Excerpt – Gil’s Motivation for Change 22-Jun My Fiction Nook Cutting Room Floor- Courthouse 22-Jun Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Cover Art 23-Jun 3 Chicks After Dark Writing about PTSD 23-Jun Happily Ever Chapter Interview 23-Jun Cate Ashwood Imperfect Characters 23-Jun Inked Rainbow Reads Self Publishing 23-Jun Prism Book Alliance Gilbert POV – Exclusive Outtake – Sedona 24-Jun Sinfully Addicted First Impressions 24-Jun Molly Lolly Outtake-Reactions to Scars 24-Jun Bayou Book Junkie Interview 24-Jun Vampires, Werewolves, and Faeries, Oh my! Researching is fun, but beware! 24-Jun…
We are a co-op of authors writing and publishing gay erotica and romance. Like great books, blanket forts are fantastic places to get away from the stress of our everyday lives. We can find peace there. Whatever we do in the blanket fort is secret. No one needs to know, so when you open one of our books, you can delight in reading gay erotica in the comfort of a cozy space. I’m a part of this wonderful co-op, and there are books coming. Jay Northcote released Top Me Maybe? last week and there are more to come. Keep and eye out!
Helping Writers Become Authors posted a fascinating article on writing personalities, strengths and weaknesses of each, and some help on how to manage these styles. From the descriptions, I’m a melancholic writer, prone to perfectionism, idealism, and insecurity. Yep. Pretty much explains me. What’s Your Writing Personality? – Helping Writers Become Authors. Read and then come back and tell what you think. [polldaddy poll=8590363]
I’m not one to read many how-to blogs, partly because the advice is contrived, repetitive, or generic. But Chuck always makes me straighten my spine and have an Ah-ha! moment. Love this article. Five Stupid Writing Tricks Starting… Now « terribleminds: chuck wendig.
Feathers From the Sky was mentioned by The Novel Approach over on Mary Calmes blog. Thank you! Fifty-five titles and a Rafflecopter drawing for a $25 gift card from Amazon or All Romance, your choice, are on Mary’s blog! Mary Calmes Book Blog: 2014 RoundUp – The Year In Reviews at The Novel Approach – And A Giveaway.