Sunday Check-In – Week Two

Whoop! Almost halfway through January already and I can practically smell that summer’s on its way. Okay, that’s a lie—it’s cold and meh here—but a girl can dream.
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Sunday Check-In – Week One

Oh my Lordy…Week One is gone already! Not sure I have too much to report.
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Happy New Year 2020!


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End of Year Review 2019 #6

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End of Year Review 2019 #5


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End of Year Review 2019 #4


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End of Year Review 2019 #3


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End of Year Review 2019 #2

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End of Year Review 2019 #1


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Rainbow Advent 2019

 

It’s Rainbow Advent Calendar time again!

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New release – Glitter Fixes Everything

Glitter Fixes Everything is out today!

Christmas has come a little early, I guess <3 I was anticipating the book being out tomorrow but with everything being a little screwy this time of year, you can grab it today on Amazon or read it in Kindle Unlimited!

This one is following up on Justin from the first Christmas Fixes Everything book, Tinsel Fixes Everything, quite a few years later when he’s home from college for the Holiday season, and runs into an old friend aka the love of his life. Because who doesn’t love a second chance story around the holidays?

It’s short and sweet, mostly as that’s what I love to read myself around this time of year, and I hope you like it! I love Justin, and Roman is such a sweetie…it was definitely not a hardship to write this book.

I wrote a little something about sequels and my inability to let go for Diverse Reader that you can check out here, but I will say, there will be one more book following the Meadows Boys next year. Specifically Tyler who, Lord knows, needs a happy ending. I have lots to say about why he’s such a grumpy so-and-so and why he’s sad around the holidays…will there be a second chance involved? Bet your Santa’s hat there will be!

But for now I’ll leave you with Justin and Roman and all the Festive cheer you can fit in your elf suit <3

Hope you have a wonderful December!

(Oh and if you want to see more of these two…well, let’s just say that following the Rainbow Advent Calendar is a great way to get free stories this winter…just saying)

 

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Rainbow Snippets – 13.10.19

 

If you’re new to Rainbow Snippets, it’s a Facebook group where authors of LGBTQ fiction post a six-sentence snippet (or there abouts) from a WIP, a published story, or a recommendation, every weekend. You can see all the snippets here.
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Rainbow Snippet – 06.10.19

 

If you’re new to Rainbow Snippets, it’s a Facebook group where authors of LGBTQ fiction post a six-sentence snippet (or there abouts) from a WIP, a published story, or a recommendation, every weekend. You can see all the snippets here.
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Sunday Check In – Week 34

It’s been a busy week!
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Sunday Check In – Week 33

This week has been a little hectic. Read More…

Sunday Check In – Week 32

Less of a week review than a random check-in as the last ten days have been a bit full and inevitably I lost my thread in terms of keeping a handle on my life.
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Sunday Check In – Week 30

Sunday already? Time flies when you’re…what have I been doing?…

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Rainbow Snippets – 27.07.19

 

This week’s snippet comes from The Arrangement, which is now out with the editor so it won’t be long now!
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Hot and bothered?

We’re having a heatwave!

Which is awesome if you like the heat but if you’re looking to chill, find yourself a cool, dark haven, and dip into one of these winter wonderlands, where the ice and snow will have you reaching for a sweater.

            

Sunday Check In – Week 29

It’s been a busy week but it feels like I’m getting caught up with all the things that haven’t been done since the beginning of  year, which sounds great in my head until I realize it’s July.
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