I was invited by Gillian St. Kevern to stop by Books After Dark to talk about my experiences participating in this year’s Don’t Read in the Closet: Love is an Open Road event hosted by the Goodreads MM Romance group and the Bring Out Your Kink event hosted by the Goodreads BDSM group. Between the two events, I wrote four stories— two of them are currently available to download. If you want to know more about the events, my process, and my next release, please free to stop by Gillian’s blog, and don’t forget to say hi.
And, did you know my host wrote two stories of her own for this year’s #DRitC event? (click on the covers for more)
“Oliver Evans spent his youth spinning one tall tale after another until it got him over his head in trouble. Now he has returned to his grandmother’s cottage in Aberdaron, determined to put his past behind him and settle down. But the misty Llŷn Peninsula hides dangerous secrets and Olly is torn between the Longing, a powerful force driving him away from the only home he has ever known, and the growing conviction that the prince of his childhood make-believe is real and in need of Olly’s help.
There is more truth in Olly’s stories than he realises. If he is to have any chance of righting past wrongs and rescuing his prince, Olly must navigate the truth in his old stories and discover the magic right in front of him. But Olly has a powerful enemy on the Llŷn, an ancient king who would like to end Olly’s story-telling permanently.”
“Everything is going wrong for Milo Markopoulos. The future of the school newsletter is in jeopardy, he doesn’t have a single friend among his junior classmates, and his film script has just been rejected again. Worse, he has only one day to find a story that will satisfy newspaper editor, Candice. Enter transfer student, Taylor. Good looking, responsible, and possessed of a mysterious something that has him turning heads on his first day of school, Taylor is the story Milo is looking for — too bad Taylor has plans for a quiet high school experience.
Despite their many differences of opinion, Milo finds himself developing a close journalistic relationship with the future class president. But Taylor’s success might put an end to their burgeoning friendship. What will happen when Taylor is no longer Milo’s story? How far will Milo go to save the newspaper?”
So now it’s time to jump the boat, read, and join our conversation @ Lila Leigh Hunter on Bring Out Your Kink!