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Panels! Readings! Giveaways! – RWA NYC Romance Festival

Tomorrow, I’ll be taking part in RWA-NYC’s annual Romance Festival at the Morris-Jumel Mansion in upper Manhattan. The day will include readings, panels, giveaways, and music.  The event is free, although tours of the historic house are $5, and the … Continue reading

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Phoenix is here!

Yesterday was release day for Phoenix (LiLA 3) and we couldn’t be more thrilled that it’s out there in the world. Sometimes the end of everything… Now happily married to writer and producer Paul Marion Keane, television star J. Alex Cook’s … Continue reading

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9 things from the first two LiLA books you’ll want to remember heading into book 3

With less than two weeks to go until Phoenix (LiLA 3) comes out, we thought we’d tease you with nine key things from the first two books that are worth remembering as you head into book 3. 1. Paul’s sister 2. Liam’s … Continue reading

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Midsummer — Out today!

Erin & I are super happy that release day has arrived for Midsummer, which we jokingly call the book (novella) we never meant to write.  But write it we did,and we hope you’ll enjoy it. Book 2, Twelfth Night, will be out … Continue reading

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What’s coming up, maintaining the schedule, and New Story Energy

Right now, J. Alex Cook is trying to figure out what family means to him. There’s a kid named Nate who’s about to have what he hopes isn’t the most awkward coming out party Nashville’s ever seen.  Michael has the … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Stacy Osteen (Young Love, Old Hearts)

Today we’re pleased to welcome Stacy Osteen, author of “New York Minute,” here to talk about her first experience writing M/M romance: “New York Minute” is my first time writing gay fiction and I loved writing it. Colton is a … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Helena Maeve (Young Love, Old Hearts)

Today our guest is Helena Maeve, author of the M/M short story The Arrangement, here to talk about puzzling out the short story: Before I attempted The Arrangement I would have laughed at the suggestion that I could write a complete … Continue reading

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Guest Post: A.M. Leibowitz (Young Love, Old Hearts)

Day Three of our Young Love, Old Hearts posts. Today’s guyest is A.M. Leibowitz, author of “The Artist as an Old Man.” I always say that I don’t read or write historical fiction. That’s not strictly true, of course. I’ve read … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Lela Buis (Young Love, Old Hearts)

Day Two of our guest posts for the Young Love, Old Hearts  anthology by Supposed Crimes Press. Today we have Lela Buis, author of the F/F story “That December.” Endings The problem with endings is that they need to leave the … Continue reading

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Guest Post – Adrian Smith (Young Love, Old Hearts)

Our story “Adjunct Hell” comes out today as part of the Young Love, Old Hearts anthology featuring both M/M and F/F May/December couples from Supposed Crimes Press. Throughout this week we’ll be welcoming our fellow authors in that anthology to our blog … Continue reading

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