I’ve decided self-publish my new ebook “Catch A Falling Star” in March and I’m hoping you will be a part of it! There are some publishing costs to get the book ready to get out there to readers and I’ve come up with a few incentives to hopefully encourage some folks to help me get this into publication.
My new romance novella is ready for action and I’ve decided to self-publish this gem. I’m looking for a few awesome supporters who will contribute towards the costs of publishing the eBook version of “Catch A Falling Star.” Things like cover design, professional editing and promotional materials.
I’ve put together a few fun incentives for contributors. Additionally, funds raised over my publishing costs will be donated to the Golden Rule Services’ Cycling team participating in 2017s NorCal AIDS Cycle – raising money to help the fight the end HIV/AIDS.
Here’s a description of the new book:
A therapist once told Martin Stevens that being gay was the only thing that saved him from being the most boring man alive. He spends his daytime working a dead-end job and his nights still pining after the ex-fiance who left him five years ago. When his older brother, Daniel, takes him to see a touring musical, a mishap sends superstar performer Alec Jameson flying off the stage right into Martin’s lap. It’s love at first sight. But can that love withstand the scrutiny of the press, a shock-jock radio personality bent on causing trouble, and the return of Martin’s overbearing ex-fiance?
I am beyond honored to have one of my favorite authors, Nicola Cameron, give The Fortune Cookie a featured post on her amazing blog! Nicola has been such an inspiration to me over the past several years, and I have become such a huge fan of her work that I am not embarrassed to admit I let out a fanboy squee when I saw the post! Please go over and check out her blog and pick up some of her amazing work! nicolacameronwrites.com
The holiday season is finally here and so is my new book! My first release with Dreamspinner Press, as part of their 2016 Advent Calendar collection. Imagine my surprise when I looked at Amazon today and found the ebook for sale! And my friend Scott told me it was not only on Goodreads, but already had some awesome reviews!
Thank you to everyone who helped in this process! The folks at Dreamspinner and of course my partner in crime, Nephi!
I am really glad to finally be able to share this awesome cover of my upcoming holiday novella The Fortune Cookie. The cover designers at Dreamspinner Press did a great job putting this together for the December release.
While I’m not able to say the exact date of the actual release as it is part of the 2016 Dreamspinner Advent Calendar Collection, it will be released for individual sale on the day it is sent to the advent subscribers.
I’ve enjoyed working with Dreamspinner and am excited for readers to get to experience this holiday tale!
I have been a fan of Dreamspinner (DSP) releases for some time. When I saw the call for submissions for their annual Holiday advent series, I set my other projects aside and spent all of June weaving a tale of Holiday magic and mayhem. Bugging Nephi — one of best friends/editor/number one beta reader for daily feedback, both or us felt good about the final submission.
So when I got the email that they wanted to use my submission for the advent, and a stand alone novella, we were thrilled! It’s been a fun process working with the folks at DSP, and seeing the occasional “LOL” noted among the edits. I’m looking forward to sharing more about the project as the release date gets closer.
In the meantime I am still hard at work completing “Miss Jenny” the first of the witch stories I will be releasing over the coming year. After Miss Jenny is in the editing process I will be back to work on Last Romance, which will make several impatient beta readers very happy.
This December a piece I wrote will be part of a holiday anthology. I will post information about it as I am able. I was very happy to have my piece selected, especially as I wrote it specifically to submit to this project, and because it’s with a publisher I have long admired. Hope to have more to report soon!