Showing posts from September, 2012

now for the promo-y stuff, but not too bad, so calm down

1. I had such good time writing a short contemporary for the m/m group, I wrote another novella. This one's called Game On and it's about a bright but stuffy lawyer and an adult who acts as like a teenager.
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Grant knows his fellow lawyers think of him as a calm but distant person. At the moment he’s unusually furious: some guy has been swimming in his pool.

Ned visits pools to jump-start his creativity. When one homeowner flips out, Ned's apologetic--and intrigued.

When they meet again, Ned decides he has to convince Grant he’s not trying to ruin his life and career, and that the attraction of opposites can be very good...very, very good.

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Anyway, Game On is cheap--99 cents. It's a novella, although reading it will take longer than drinking a cup of coffee so you get a far better deal than you would at Starbucks or even Dunkin Donuts. (I'm convinced that comparing coffee to books is legit. Both offer breaks or supplements to routine.)


also happy birthday to me

I have over 350 greetings on Facebook, telling me that I should probably remove my birthdate.
It's my oldest boy's birthday too--he's way too old.

SBD (how many months late edition part two)

hey how come no one's commenting on my JR Ward column? 
I'm listening to Going Postal again, read by Stephen Briggs.  It's a fine comfort read. I used to grab Jane Austen when I needed a familiar voice.

months later