Autism Blog Hop

Autism fact: 1 in every 100 people have some form of autism. Add to that their family and friends and everyone knows somebody – diagnosed or not – who is affected by this. Be aware that routine is very important to people with autism and change can be very disturbing. Take this into account when […]

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Great Baseball in History; or, How I Wrote My First Historical By Kate McMurray

I don’t know the first thing about baseball. Luckily I have Kate McMurray. Playing Ball Shae Connor, Kate McMurray, Kerry Freeman, and Marguerite Labbe Cover by Aaron Anderson Published by Dreamspinner Press – 270 pages Buy at Dreamspinner: (ebook) (paperback) Buy at ARe: Buy at Amazon: Playing Ball was hatched at the 2012 GayRomLit convention, […]

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Rainbow Award Finalist!

I’m tickled pink that The Hand-me-down made it into the final of the Rainbow Awards category Gay Contemporary Romance. It’s the most heavily populated category so you can imagine it made me very proud. Also congratulations to everyone who can sport this badge: (click the badge to see everyone who, like me, reached the finals)

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Release day!

So here we are. Moon and Stars sees the light of day today and although this is Novel #7 for me, it doesn’t get old. I’m still nervous and excited! I will be here and there, doing a miniature blog tour of sorts. You can find me: Sept 24th at Layla M. Weir’s website talking […]

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Glass Houses

It’s lovely to have Posy Roberts here today. She’s giving us an insight into the houses her characters dwell in and what it says about them. Does your house speak for you too? I know mine does (chaotic and messy) Hugo walked into the cabin he’d heard about for years. It smelled of grandparents—a bit […]

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