JMS Books sale, July 15-16

As one of my favorite writers, K.L. Noone tweeted: “If you’re looking for a good sale that supports a lovely small queer press” – may I suggest you take advantage of the fabulous sale at JMS Books?

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All my books are 50% off, which means you could buy all my solo published ebooks for only 24 bucks if you wanted. How’s that for a sale? (Or come to think of it, you can buy all my solo published ebooks for 21 bucks, because Finding The One is a collection and if you buy all the others you don’t need to buy that one too. Unless you love me a lot, that is 😀 )

Here’s a link to my author page at JMS Books. Clickety-click and go wild! Or you know, as wild as you can afford 🙂

If you need suggestions on what to buy (except for my books, he-he), here’s a handy list:

  • Preorder Forever Nine by the lovely Kris T. Bethke. I’ve read it, you’ll like it, and you won’t have to wait long either, it will be released on Saturday.
  • I raved about Prince Marcelo yesterday, so now’s the time to buy his books if you haven’t already. I’m talking about The Contingency Plan and The Best-Laid Plans by Addison Albright of course. For only $3, you’ll get a fantastic adventure and the story of my current favorite character, how’s that for a bargain? 🙂
  • If you haven’t read the wonderful K.L. Noone, you really should. Everything I’ve read that she’s written has been good, so take your pick here.
  • Promises by Ruby Moone, and not only because the cover model is haaaaawt, but it sure doesn’t hurt! 🙂
  • If you want really good value for money, try a box set: several stories collected in one yummy package, what’s not to like? Granted, I haven’t read all of these, but everyone loves a good bargain, right?

Smashwords sale

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It’s time for the annual Smashwords summer/winter sale. Most of my books are 50% off except for the ones co-authored with Kris T. Bethke (they are 25% off) and All I See.

Click this link to get to my Smashwords author page to do some shopping. 

Or go to the Smashwords JMS Books profile page to check out some of my fellow authors’ books to see some discounted goodies!

9 Willow Street

It’s little more than a week until the release of 9 Willow Street, and here are more pre-order links. A reminder: if you haven’t used the the Pride sale code on JMS Books page yet, you still have a couple days to get my books (including pre-orders) for 50% off.

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(20% off until July 13, or if you haven’t used your Pride coupon yet, you can get it for 50% off until June 30)


M/M Paranormal / 28000 words


Next morning, I wake up early. It’s still dark outside, and I’m not sure what woke me up — a quick glance at the ancient mechanical clock radio on the bedside table tells me it’s almost two hours until my alarm will go off, so I close my eyes again, willing myself to go back to sleep.

My eyelids are heavy, and I melt into the mattress as my mind drifts. I must already be dreaming because I can smell coffee; strong and bitter and fruity, and it’s making my mouth water. The scent grows more intense and I hum. I’ve never had a dream this life-like before.

My eyes flutter open and I rub a palm over my face, but the coffee aroma doesn’t disappear even though I’m clearly awake. Knitting my eyebrows together, I turn on the light.

And there, on the bedside table, stands my favorite cup — the one Nana hand-painted with my name and wood anemones, my favorite flower — full of hot, steaming coffee.

“What the …?” I push myself up to seated and stare at the thing as though it’s a huge disgusting cockroach.

… and from the corner of my eye, I notice someone sitting on the floor, leaning against the wall under the window.

I gasp, scrambling backward until I almost fall off the bed. When my feet hit the floor, I put as much distance between me and the stranger as I can. My legs wobble and my hands tingle as I press my back against the wardrobe door.

“Who are you? How did you get in here?” I say, voice breathy and hesitant. I wouldn’t scare a mouse in my state. My gaze flits between the intruder and the door.

Can I make a run for it?

My heart is galloping in my chest, and I shake my head, trying to clear it and make sure I’m properly awake, but he’s still there. He’s real, not a figment of my imagination.

As I look closer at the man, who’s not saying anything, just sits there as though he’s trying to be as unthreatening as possible, I realize he’s vaguely familiar.

I definitely recognize the Bob Dylan T-shirt he’s wearing. “Are you wearing my clothes?”

He nods, making his huge white-blond curls bounce around his head. The tip of his nose twitches and his forget-me-not colored eyes are big and guarded.

It’s the eyes that does it.

“Wait! You’re that guy. The one the Nymans were here looking for.” I bite my lip as I search my brain for the name of the missing man. “Mattis?”


I jump when he speaks, making my head slam against the wardrobe, and I wince.

“Don’t be afraid, I won’t hurt you, I promise.”

I scowl at him, inching myself closer to the door, hoping he won’t try and stop me when I get close enough to bolt.

Why, oh why, did I make that stupid rule for myself to never bring my phone to bed? If I’d had it, I could’ve hidden in the closet and called 911.

“I made you coffee, Hannes. Please don’t run, I need to talk to you.”

“How do you know my name?” My voice is nowhere near as demanding as I want it to be. Instead, it sounds more like a plea and cracks.

Slowly, he rises to his feet in one fluid motion, keeping his gaze on me and his voice soft. “I know many things about you.”

“How?” I’m pretty close to the door now. Just a few steps and I’ll be out.

“Please don’t run. Sit, drink your coffee, and I’ll tell you.”

I shake my head. “Why should I? How do I know you’re not here to kill me or something?”

He cocks his head and his nose twitches faster. “’Don’t be afraid. I know I probably look big and scary to someone as small as you, but I promise I’m nice. I won’t hurt you.’”

I freeze as he quotes my own words back to me, the ones I said to Mio that day I found him in the kitchen. “How?” I whisper.

Pre-order 9 Willow Street

My bunny shifter book is now up for pre-order!

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(20% off until July 13, or if you haven’t used your Pride coupon yet, you can get it for 50% off until June 30)

Pride sale

In honor of Pride month, JMS Books offers 50% off everything (ebooks, pre-orders, paperbacks) in their store. Use the coupon code PRIDE2019 – but make sure you fill up your cart properly because the code is only valid once.


Here are some handy links for you if you want to take advantage of this fabulous sale:

If you’re in the mood for a May/December story and haven’t read my newest release yet: His Steady Heart.

If you want four stories in one handy book (Finding The One box set ebook) that you also can get in paperback (Finding The One box set paperback).

My author page at JMS Books where you can check out all my books published by them.

Or if you really want value for money: 2017 Top Ten Gay Romance (ebook / print) or 2018 Top Ten Gay Romance (ebook / print), each containing ten stories.



Release Day and Memorial Day Sale

It’s Memorial Day sale over at my publisher’s. 45% off all e-books, including new releases, so hurry on over to JMS Books, and buy my brand spanking new book!! 🙂

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Ashley Buchanan—Buck—moved back home to take care of his sick mother when he was 22. That was the first time he met Pippin, the neglected 6-year-old boy next door. Fifteen years later, Buck—a caretaker by nature—offers up his couch for Pippin, who needs a break from his mom and a quiet place to sleep.

Pippin Olander is a ray of sunshine despite his emotionally lacking upbringing and works hard to make a better life for himself. Even though he’s fiercely self-sufficient, he learns to accept help from Buck, his rock and only steady presence in his life.

Their friendship deepens and grows into something more as they spend more time together. But when other people try to throw a wrench in the works, when Pippin’s independence is triggered, can Buck and Pippin trust in the love they’ve found?

25605 words / M/M contemporary / May/December

Buy link: JMS Books

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Of course, if you want to buy it elsewhere, it’s also available here:

Amazon | Amazon UK | Kobo | iTunes | B&N | Google Play

St. Patrick’s Day sale and author takeover, and number 1!


My fabulous publisher JMS Books has a St. Patrick’s Day sale today, all ebooks are 45% off. Clickety-click here to be magically transported to my author page so you can do some shopping.

As usual, pre-orders and new releases are included in the sale, so take this chance to buy my new super short release All I See – which by the way is number one on the Amazon charts as I write this!! – for only 54 cents. Number one, can you imagine?? 😀

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Also, don’t forget that I’m going to be at Helena’s Book Haven over on Facebook today to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! 11PM EDT is my time slot. I can also recommend being there for Addison Albright’s takeover. She always has the best posts in takeovers like this. She’ll be there at 2PM EDT.

(Also: Addison’s books are also 45% off today, of course. If you haven’t read Cultivating Love, now’s the time to buy it!!)

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