February 2013

Sam’s Reluctant Submission…Cover Dude

February 21, 2013 // 0 Comments

I like to select my cover picture early in the writing process, and this pic got HUGE +’s on G+, so I’m posting it here as well.  This is for what I hope will be a new series, “Sam’s Reluctant Submission.”  Of course, you guys will have to buy it to make that happen [MORE]

My Workout – Plotting Mix

February 11, 2013 // 0 Comments

So I do a lot of my plotting when I’m working out at the gym.  Here’s a sample of the music that gets my imagination going: Pet Shop Boys – Sodom and Gomorrah ShowLadytron – Destroy Everything You TouchStill Going – Spaghetti CircusLCD Soundsystem – I Can ChangeThe Gossip – Standing in the Way of ControlDelta 5 – Mind Your Own BusinessB-52’s – Dirty Back RoadGlass Candy – BeatificSimple Minds – New Gold DreamMost of FabricLive.36, co-DJ’d by James MurphyThe Juan McLean – Happy House Any suggestions you got based on the above are most welcome [MORE]

Luke/Slader Bundle at A.R.E.

February 6, 2013 // 0 Comments

  All right, for those of you just getting started with Luke and Slader, I’ve uploaded a four-part bundle to AllRomanceEbooks (now that this story is officially a romance, albeit a strange sideways unconventional one for sure…).  And, you should join Google+ and check out the M/M Erotica page for a little more information I’m only sharing with [MORE]

Sneak Peek at Luke V!

February 5, 2013 // 0 Comments

It’s almost done…probably going to run about 10,000 words by the time it’s ready!  Luke and Slader are EPIC now! Here’s the first 2000 words for you: Luke was busting his ass to finish a website development project when his phone chimed with an incoming text.  Once upon a time he would have had the thing on silent when he was working this hard, but that wasn’t an option any more.  He was Slader’s man now, and when Slader called, Luke answered.  He finished the task at hand so he wouldn’t forget where he was, and picked up the phone.  Sure enough, it was from Slader. Dinner at eight.  Luke smiled.  Slader was always straight to the point.  And it wasn’t a question but a command.  He looked at the clock.  Shit, it was already seven!  Time always flew when he was deeply involved in a project, and Slader knew that, respected that, always gave him just enough time, just enough warning…but no more than just enough.  Always just enough that Luke [MORE]