News Roundup: Cyberpunk and Christmas and College Boys, Oh My!

So. Um. I have a lot going on right now.

First off, I have THREE (count ’em, THREE) stories releasing between now and the end of the year.

1- Unacceptable Risk: This novella-length m/f cyberpunk romance comes out December 13, 2011, from Samhain Press, and I am so, so excited about it. Because it’s my first m/f book of this length, I’m running a blog tour and everything to promote it, including guest posts, interviews and, most importantly, giveaways. Stay tuned for more news.

2- A Gift of Trust: A contemporary, m/f Christmas short story, due out December 7, 2011, from Silver Press.

3- Bug Boy: This contemporary m/m romance short story will be included as part of Dreamspinner Press’s Higher Learning anthology, and it will be out super, super soon – October 17, 2011!

Second, I’ve recently received contracts on two more short stories. “Seriously” will be included in Going Down, a Cleis Press anthology edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel all about… ahem, er, going down. Y’know. And I just found out yesterday that “Gretel’s Lament” has been selected as part of another Cleis Press anthology, Lustfully Ever After, a book of fairy tale-inspired erotica edited by Kristina Wright. Both are m/f stories with lots of heat. I don’t have release dates for either, but chances are they’ll be out in 2012.

Finally, if you haven’t read my FREE m/m short story Heart and Soul yet, you can now read it as part of Don’t Read In TheCloset, Volume 1, a free collection of short stories compiled by the amazing people over at the M/M romance group over on GoodReads.

I know I’ve been posting a bit sporadically, but that’s the scoop. It’s been a busy season for writing, editing and submitting – and that doesn’t even count the major verbiage I’ve been putting into my novel-writing. Hope the fall is treating you well!

One Comment:

  1. Wow, congratulations! I can't wait to read it all!

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