Category Archives: Love’s Labours

The Appeal of May/December and summer romance

The May/December trope is one that Racheline and I keep coming back to. Sometimes, it happens almost accidentally; as cowriters, we are sixteen years apart in age, and having characters with a large age gap between them lets there be … Continue reading

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Summerstock: Fantasy vs Reality

Midsummer is an M/M May/December gay-for-you summer romance, set at a summer stock production of deep in the Virginia woods. Racheline and I often write stories about how stuff works behind the scenes, so we’re particularly excited about this backstage … Continue reading

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Location, Location, Location

In most of our books, Racheline and I set the action in real, tangible places. Often, we write with Google Maps open in one tab and Wikipedia in another, double-checking street names and population demographics. For Midsummer, our process was … Continue reading

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Midsummer interview with Tempeste O’Riley

Tempeste was kind enough to interview us on her blog about Midsummer. We had a ton of fun talking about our books and our process. What makes your stories different from other authors out there? Everything we’ve written to date is … Continue reading

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