The blurb alone gives me shivers:
When college student Jake is left for dead on the side of the road, he has one thing on his mind: Learn to defend himself against the men that gay bashed him. And fight back or die trying.
Check it out. You know you want to…
Or Twitter or YouTube, etc. So updates on my exciting tour of China will commence upon my return.
Can false arrest lead to true love?
Find out in this sexy read, now sporting a hot new cover courtesy of graphic designer Jamie Lynn Miller.
More details and an excerpt here.
Joan really knows her stuff. You can’t lose!
Originally posted on Woven Red Author Services:
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A post worth reading. I always include diverse characters in my books because I live in a world with diverse characters.
Originally posted on Obstinate Headstrong Girl ~ author Renée Reynolds:
My esteemed colleagues,
We have a very long way to go.
Most of us say “Diversity in literature is really important,” and/or “I am not racist/ ableist/homophobic,” and/or “Of course, I would buy a romance novel by or about a person of color/gay or lesbian/disabled person.” But when was the last time you did?
When was the last time you bought a romance by an author, or about a character, with a different cultural, historical, or physical experience than your own? About a person with a different skin color, nationality, religion? About a gay man or lesbian or transgender person? When was the last time you bought a romance with a physically or mentally disadvantaged hero or heroine? A novel about people who live in the margins?
When was the last time you wrote one?
Women are overlooked in myriad areas of publishing—book contracts, sales, awards…
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Spent the day finding and converting Word files into PDFs. The problem was, I’d sort of deliberately deleted the Word files I’d used to create my EPUB and MOBI files. Long story.
It wasn’t till the final book that I figured out I could export backwards from the ever-awesome Jutoh program into Open Office (which opens in Word) and the entire thing went pretty flawlessly.
So anyway… while I do have a couple of books exclusively on Amazon while I experiment with KD and KU, three other full length novels and two short stories are now available as PDFs at AllRomance eBooks. For those who are prefer to read that way.