This week is the release of my 10th M/M romance title, After Vertigo, and while traditionally my books are more focused on a deep plot and romance than just eroticism on the page, I’m certainly no stranger to sex scenes in my stories.
I had a great time at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival on a cold and rainy weekend. It was their Wine, Chocolate & Romance weekend, so I figured I’d throw my hat in to be a guest in the theme weekend events section. Even tucked into the back with that less than perfe...
I never thought I’d be celebrating yet another release in the same year—this will be 4!!!—but my upcoming urban fantasy title, After Vertigo, through the Dreamspinner Press imprint, DSP Publications, is set for December 10, 2019, and available for pre-order now.
My next release is already on the horizon, another contemporary romance title that I am really excited for, and while the Dreamspun Desires series has limitation on what I can do for covers, I once again love how it turned out.
Writing often is (and I think should be) a community effort. My newest release, Coming Up for Air, is dedicated to Regan Moore, an online friend of mine who is a master at coming up with prompts and matching imagery to inspire others.
I am not a fulltime author. By day, I’m in marketing for a customer engagement software company that caters to auto dealers. This year, we’ve been utilizing a fantastic sales coach to help train our sales team, and I’ve had the pleasure of sitting in.
More than any other piece of advice, what people most often ask me is how do I foster good writing habits to create as much content as I do each year. The simple answer is I write every day, but that isn’t what people want to hear. Writing every day sounds hard. It sou...