19 Jun 2014 Leave a comment
If you’re always trying to follow the crowd how do you know what you could be capable of without them? It’s sometimes difficult to be yourself and not always wildly popular, but when you aren’t the only person you’re cheating is you.
10 Jun 2014 Leave a comment
Just a quick note here. I am building a web page that you can come and check out once I have it up. I’ll keep you up to date on this. It will just be another great resource to check out the work I’m doing and random things that occur to me or that I like. I think it’s going to be a really fun place so keep checking back here for more information!
03 Feb 2014 Leave a comment
Steph has been on his own a long time. He’s lived his life exactly how he wanted too. He isn’t concerned about what anyone thinks of him, and he’s fairly direct about that fact. The life of a male prostitute has suited him very well financially and sexually. Since his parents disowned him and left him penniless after coming out he’s vowed never to be ashamed of who or what he was ever again, and that includes his chosen profession. One night a lonely, heartbroken and unsure Sam walks onto his street and Steph is intrigued, making the man his trick and loving every minute of it highly unaware that these 15 minutes will not be easily forgettable for either of them. The universe works in strange ways throwing a prostitute and his trick back together in the world of high-class fashion. This time Sam isn’t wounded and playing around. He’s decided that Steph is what he wants and this time he’s not taking any chances. The man he wants isn’t leaving him again. Eventually, will Steph even want to?
Available on Smashwords currently: Will be available soon on Amazon as well.
25 Jan 2014 1 Comment
Originally posted on Alex Beecroft's blog:
First of all, I ought to make it clear that this is titled ‘answers for the men’ not because these answers are somehow less true than the answers for the women. That isn’t the case. There is just a difference in emphasis, depending on who is asking the question.
Why do women write m/m fiction? Part one – Answers for the women can be found here on the Macaronis blog. That post was written as an answer to a piece written by a feminist writer who felt that women who write m/m fiction are bowing to the pressures of patriarchal society. Women should want to write about women, she felt. Writing about men, and particularly in a format that excludes a woman from the central pairing, is just a case of reinforcing society’s belief that only men are interesting and…
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21 Jan 2014 Leave a comment
The normally brooding vampire’s personality has taken a turn for the worst lately. Christian’s moodiness is even annoying when he’s alone. No matter how hard he tries, he can’t get it to lift. Will a seedy night out with his best friend bring him the peace that he’s been craving so badly? The heart is a vast and deep place of secrets. Will Christians world be turned upside down once they are brought into the daylight? A place he himself can’t even go.
21 Jan 2014 Leave a comment
Jason’s world has become very small lately, too small, and he knows it. He’s a bundle of
anxiousness and has been since birth, he assumes. His life long stutter has driven him behind closed doors with very few interactions to speak of, and his love life has come to a screeching halt after a terrible break-up. He’s frayed and on edge when one day opportunity knocks, literally. Will he have the courage to answer?