No Fear Is Released

No Fear, book three in the No Shame Series, has been released! Three down, one to go 😁

No Fear tells the story of Aaron and Blake. Aaron has recently accepted he’s gay, and it confuses him to no end as he tries to find his place in life. Luckily, there’s Blake, the stern jiujitsu teacher who takes him under his wing. It’s Blake who discovers that Aaron’s perceived arrogance is something else entirely, and who helps him accept and embrace who he is deep inside. Continue reading “No Fear Is Released”

FREEBIE ALERT: Grab the Ballsy Boys Prequel

I am super excited about a new series I’m co-writing with K.M. Neuhold called Ballsy Boys, featuring the hottest gay porn stars in LA. The first book in the series, Rebel, will be released on January 31st. You can find out more about Rebel here.

Ballsy coverFree Prequel: Ballsy

To whet your appetite for this sexy series, we released a free prequel\/intro called Ballsy. You can download it on Instafreebie. Here’s the blurb:

Meet the men of Ballsy Boys Productions— Rebel, Tank, Brewer, Heart, Campy, and Pixie— the hottest gay porn stars in LA. They seem like they have it all: fame, money, and lots of good times, but what about love?

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59 reviews and a 4.5 Star Average for No Filter

It’s a little over a week since No Filter was released, and I’m honestly blown away by the response. When I wrote this story, I knew not everyone would understand the relationships between the main characters. The friendship Josh and Noah have, for instance, is one that defies description, but so is the budding friendship between Josh and Indy. And Noah and Indy are truly special in how they are together, yet open to each other’s needs. Continue reading “59 reviews and a 4.5 Star Average for No Filter”

What Reviewers Say About No Filter

The first reviews are coming in for No Filter, and here are some highlights:

“Wow! Just wow!! What an amazing story. Full of love, friendship and hot bedroom activities. Learning how to trust, how to live with reality and how to live a life without guilt. I was captivated by the first page to the very end! I can’t wait for book 2!! It’s so fantastic written, the understanding of the mind, the vulnerability and all the love!” Continue reading “What Reviewers Say About No Filter”

When a Dream Comes True…

I wanted to be a writer since I was fourteen years old. I still have them, the stories I typed on my mom’s typewriter, painstakingly fixing mistakes with that white stuff I can’t remember the name of. They’re adorable, filled with teen angst and hopelessly romantic events. I smile every time I read them, because they’re so sweet…and they were the very first beginning of my writing career. Continue reading “When a Dream Comes True…”

Author Spotlight on Gay Book Promotions

I was honored to be in the ‘Author Spotlight’ over on Gay Book Promotions to talk about myself, and my upcoming release No Filter:

Tell us a little about yourself.

I’m a single mom who decided to finally realize her dream to become a fiction writer. I’ve published non-fiction books under a different name (both traditionally published and self published), but writing stories has always had my heart. I’m super excited I’m now finally doing this! Continue reading “Author Spotlight on Gay Book Promotions”

No Filter Blurb

You’ve hopefully seen the gorgeous cover for my steamy M/M romance that’s coming out around October 26th. It’s the first in the No Shame Series, and it’s not a stand alone…We’ll be following our two leading men, Indy and Noah, throughout the whole series, but each book will also feature a different couple. There will be some happy-for-nows along the way, but I promise a big, fat happy end at the end of the series!

No Filter cover pic

No Filter Blurb

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Battling Imposter Syndrome

I think all writers will recognize this undeniable truth: writing is scary as hell. Well, technically, it’s not so much the writing that’s scary, but letting others read what you’ve written. You put so much of yourself in those words, aside from all the blood, sweat, and tears, that submitting all that to someone else’s judgment is horrifying. At least, it is to me.

To me, there’s a thin line between what I write and who I am. Maybe over time, I will develop thicker skin, but I’ve heard and seen many writers express the same sentiments. There’s even a word for it, though it doesn’t specifically relate to writers only: Imposter Syndrome. It’s described as the constant fear of being exposed as a fraud. Continue reading “Battling Imposter Syndrome”