FREE 50-page ebook sampler!

Gina X. Grant:

Try before you buy! What a great opportunity!

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Want to take my writing for a FREE test drive?

Here’s the link to download a 50 page ebook sampler with the first chapter from each of my five novellas. Enjoy!

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Free copy of my not-yet-available book!


Teaser: “Peter Pan, Secret Agent.”

USA Today gave it 5 stars.

Agree? Disagree? Request your ARC today!

Email me at storm.

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You can now get my novels in print!

Shift Happens and Gym Dandy are now available in hard copy.

I’ll have a few copies with me at the upcoming Toronto Book Fair.

Lost Boys 2.0 will follow shortly!


An Endless Sea of Stars blog tour – Tabitha Davis

Gina X. Grant:

I can’t wait to see what Jamie comes up with next.

Originally posted on jamielynnm:

I’m honored to be Tabitha Davis’s first ever guest author at her blog! Many thanks for hosting me for my LAST STOP on my tour for my new m/m novella An Endless Sea of Stars.

Thanks to all of you for coming along for the ride and for everyone who purchased my book!

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USA Today: A Love and Lust Halloween rec: Lost Boys 2.0

A Love and Lust Halloween rec: Lost Boys 2.0, Tales of B.O.O. #2 [And also cover reveal!]

Trapped outside the world, unlikely hero Thaddeus Wright must partner with sexy Secret Agent Peter Pan to save a new generation of Lost Boys.

Thaddeus Wright would love to forget his childhood. A bi-racial bastard orphaned at four, he was the very definition of sin, according to the strict and disapproving grandparents who raised him. Twenty years later, Thad works with at-risk youth as both coach and counselor. Even after his grandparents’ spare-the-rod, spoil-the-child parenting, Thad just wants to help people. But when three young boys he coaches go missing, he’s the prime suspect.

Especially when he goes missing himself!

That’s when paranormal policing agency Borderless Observers Org. (BOO) sends in recent recruit Peter Batique on his first solo mission. Peter had another name once, but he’s all grown up now and looking to prove himself an adult and a capable agent. However, after a hundred years as an unruly boy in Neverland, growing up holds some pretty unique challenges for Peter.

Despite their differences, Thad and Peter must learn to work together to rescue a whole new generation of Lost Boys and take down the black market shadow dealer responsible.

Can Thad learn he’s worthy of love? Can Peter finally grow up? Can the Lost Boys be found?

Lost Boys 2.0: A New Adult, gay, contemporary paranormal adventure romance.

Becky Condit is a widow, mother of three and grandmother of 10 who reads all kinds of books, but her go-to comfort books are erotic romances. A romance novel coupled with just-out-of-the-oven chocolate-chip cookies and a glass of cold milk is her idea of heaven. She reads and reviews more than 250 books a year, so you won’t often find her without her Kindle in hand, but when you do, she’ll probably be gardening, doing needle crafts, working in her upholstery workshop and spending time with her family.


Pre-order links here: / / Kobo / AllRomanceEbooks / Nook / iTunes



Going to the Fair. You should sign up for this writing course taught by fellow TRWers:

Have you ever considered writing a romance novel?

In a two-hour workshop on Sunday, November 16th, at 2:30 p.m., at Inspire! the Toronto International Book Fair, award-winning and multi-published authors Ann Lethbridge and Mary Sullivan will get you started by reviewing the genre, talking about the craft and answering questions about writing and selling romance.

Topics will include:

1. OVERVIEW OF THE INDUSTRY: sales statistics, sub-genres of romance, what is considered hot and what is not, defining the romance novel and how it differs from women’s fiction, how to find and target your market.

2. READER EXPECTATIONS: Happily Ever After, focus on the relationship, sensual tension vs sex, formula vs story, purple prose vs passion.

3. KNOW YOUR CRAFT: types of plotting, conflict, point of  view, world building, where to start, where to find resources that can help you move forward.

4. TODAY’S MARKET: traditional publishing, small press, self-publishing, publicity and promotion.

For information:!mg_ld=1732

To register:

GayRomLit 2014 – the Good and the Bad – a Newbie’s Perspective

Gina X. Grant:

Now I don’t have to write a con report because Jamie’s done it for me.

I didn’t have quite the same experience only becuase I attended as a reader, not an author. Plus I fangirled the awesome reviewers. I also had a lovely dinner courtesy of Riptide Publishing. Cat Grant my roommie and I had a great time.

Originally posted on jamielynnm:

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Wow, what an interesting five days it’s been! I was attending the GayRomLit writers conference here in Chicago from last Tuesday night until Saturday night. It was the first of this kind of event I’ve ever been to and I came away with mixed feelings about it.

I was really hoping for workshop panels every day (like at the RWA Spring Fling conference), but those were only on the first day, and the majority of them were pretty basic, if you were just starting out as an author. So unfortunately I didn’t really get much out of those. Though I did enjoy the one on writing different POV’s.

Thursday was my busy day since that was the Supporting Author book signing and the Author Lounge. I’m totally kicking myself for forgetting to take a photo of me and my table set up to show you guys. I thought for sure…

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And now my books are on Apple iBooks, too!

Only hours after I ticked the little box, my books are all on Apple iTunes now, as well. Thank you, Draft2Digital!

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Now on Nook! All my books!

Draft2Digital is really simple. As of today, all my books are on Nook at Barnes and Noble and shortly will be on Apple iBooks as well.


I also ordered proofs of hard copy from Createspace so not GRL, but next time you see me, I’ll have actual books in my hands!

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You had one job, Bell Canada. One job!

Bell’s phone people arrived last week to install a new phone pole. Which they chose to install DIRECTLY IN THE MIDDLE OF MY FRONT WALKWAY!!! Why not the flower bed 18 inches to the west?

Even once they take away the old one, nobody can get up or down my front walk.

You had one job BellI’ve talked to a supervisor, but I won’t be around to see if anything happens since I’ll be at the GayRomLit and Novelists Inc. conferences.

Really, Bell Canada? Srsly? You had one job…



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