Next up on the trope hit list: Forced Proximity. Although I love this trope—and its cousins, fake relationship and marriage of convenience—I don’t really like the name. Stuck Together sounds better, whether the situation is forced or not, and I do love writing couples who are stuck together—just ask Marc and Henry!
I didn’t even know Hurt/Comfort was a trope until I started writing romance. Actually, I was writing my fifth book before I discovered that two of my previous titles included hurt/comfort situations. In retrospect, it should have been obvious. I had one character in hospital and the other character comforting them. I had not realizedContinue reading “By the Tropes: Hurt/Comfort”
I often forget to post sales updates on my blog. I’m apparently too busy writing about video games and kale! So, I thought I’d put together a current list of where to find my books, as in which titles are currently available through Kindle Unlimited, which books are now in paperback, and which series areContinue reading “Where To Find My Books”
*Sort of free. If you’re not familiar with Kindle Unlimited, it’s a subscription model available through Amazon enabling readers to pretty much read as much as they want for one monthly price. There are two catches – you can only borrow ten books at a time, and you’re limited to books made available to theContinue reading “Read me for free* with Kindle Unlimited!”
The aliens first arrived in 2017 when Felice Stevens asked if I’d like to write for her upcoming Kindle World. The invitation flattered me for two reasons. One, Memories with the Breakfast Club was going to be the first LGBTQ Kindle World and Felice had asked me to be a part of it. Two, FeliceContinue reading “Aliens Have Returned to New York!”