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Mar. 17th, 2014


Brutus and Binky up on the GRNW site

My writing column, along with its two heroes, Brutus and Binky have moved over to the Gay Romance Northwest Blog. Today they help me discuss what sex can and cannot accomplish.

Jun. 18th, 2013


Bellingham Mysteries 5: Birds of a Feather is on sale today!

Peter Fontaine just wants to get married. He's got a willing man, a house, a cat and the official permission of the State of Washington. Everything should be peachy, but weddings mean guests and guests bring the magic of friends and family--the enthusiastic, the vengeful and the weird.

But figuring out a seating chart that won't result in homicide isn't Peter's only problem. He's a reporter and reporters need stories. Fortunately Peter has one. When he finds a dead, dismembered bald eagle near his home, he's on the case. As guests converge upon his home, Peter searches the county for the person responsible...

Available from Loose Id right here!

Jun. 10th, 2013



The lovely ladies at Live Your Life, Buy The Book are hosting an interview with me today. Comment for a chance to win one of my 2 new releases!


Jan. 24th, 2013


Heir of Starlight Excerpt

Hey there, Heir of Starlight, the sequel to Ghost Star Night is now available for pre-order on amazon.com.

Here is the blurb:

It’s been seven years since Karl Alton sublet his human body and let his soul be transferred to an orangutan. Now that the contract is up, Karl is ready to live a less hairy existence. Except his body has been stolen.

Devastated, Karl turns to his boss, Lord Adam Wexley, for legal advice. But instead of using his noble connections, Adam realizes they need to fight magic with better magic. And there’s only one man for the job: Adam’s ex-lover, Grand Magician Zachary Drake.

Once, Drake sacrificed his prized independence to save Adam’s soul. Now under the thumb of the West Court, he’s been forced to create a terrible weapon and bound to a vow of silence. Yet when Adam comes to him for help, no amount of bitterness over his lot will let him refuse.

Soon they discover that Karl’s missing body is only one thread connected to a plot to destroy the kingdom. And now the desperate race is on to find who—or what—has a finger on the trigger.

Warning: Contains vengeful bankers, noble lawyers, waxed divers who don’t wear wetsuits, and one trip to the vice principal’s office.

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Talking TSTL on Reviews By Jessewave

Come and read the trials and tribulations of poor Binky, the dumbest guy I've ever written.

Nov. 20th, 2012


Over at Reviews by Jessewave Today

I'm talking about my own marriage and creating believable gay characters. The post is called The Lights Are On.

Apr. 17th, 2012


One Man's Treasure

So, the latest installment of the Bellingham Mysteries is on sale today from Loose Id. It's called One Man's Treasure.

For those of you unfamiliar with that series, it follows investigative reporter, Peter Fontaine as he shines a light on the people and peculiarities of the City of Subdued Excitement, while simultaneously attempting to forge a lasting relationship with painter, Nick Olson.
Here's the thrilling blurb!

"Four years ago, Peter Fontaine made a name for himself as Bellingham, Washington's premiere investigative reporter. Since then he's got an award, a cat and good-looking artist to come home to every night.

Nick Olson, Peter's long-suffering lover has a lot of reasons for wanting Peter to stop investigating the many and varied crimes committed in the City of Subdued Excitement. Peter's nasty habit of getting held at gunpoint by lunatics has Nick wondering if any story is worth losing the man he's decided to “everything-but-marry.”

But when a famous ceramic artist drops dead at the Bellingham Farmer's Market, Nick agrees to help Peter dig deep to unearth the secret rivalries and dirty deeds done at Green Goddess Farms. And then they're going to have another long talk about these bad habits of Peter's."

Mar. 20th, 2012


Talking about how much it costs to make print books today!

My bi-monthly column on Reviews by Jessewave is up. This month, I talk about how many moneys it takes to make pretty books!

Nov. 2nd, 2011


Blogging about Villains today at Reviews By Jessewave

Come by to hear my opinions about Snape!

Jun. 17th, 2011


Blogging at Jessewave's Today!

Today I'm over at Reviews by Jessewave blogging about how to critique writers without making them want to stab you. Come over and join the fun!

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