New Release + Blog Tour

Hello readers! I hope everyone had a safe and happy Valentine’s day, whether you were alone, with your significant other, or friends. I was out seeing Deadpool, so I was definitely happy.

Speaking of comics–my next release from Dreamspinner Press is about a comic artist. And the cover is *gorgeous.*


I actually had such a hard time choosing a final cover because the artist (AngsyG) did such a good job taking the main themes of the story and representing them. So, as you can see, the main character is a comic book nerd complete with Clark Kent thick-rimmed glasses–but there’s also another side of the story that doesn’t typically go with comic books: cowboys. The horses on the cover are meant to represent one of the main love interests, Charlie, a tall brooding stranger with a green cowboy hat, and the setting of the story as the Calgary Stampede. Here’s the buy blurb to entice a little more:

Trevor Dunn has never gone to the Calgary Stampede, in spite of living in the city all his life. He would much rather listen to music and draw comics in his basement than hang out with a bunch of cowboys. When his sister drags him to the Stampede’s opening parade anyway, Trevor is drawn to a cowboy sporting a green hat.

Charlie opens Trevor’s mind to the world of country music and country boys. But then an old flame appears in the middle of the festival and Trevor is torn. He adores Charlie, but Mathieu—a punk singer turned acoustic crooner—was Trevor’s first love, but Trevor lost him by being too afraid to chase the dreams they shared.

Except after the Stampede ends, Charlie will go back to Toronto, Mathieu will go back on tour, and Trevor will go back to his basement. Realizing that’s not what he wants, Trevor enters a mechanical bull-riding contest in hopes of winning the heart of his true love—or maybe both of them. This time, fear won’t stop him from going after what he wants.


I keep referring to this story as my cowboy goes punk or punk and cowboys novel, because that’s kind of what’s going on. It’s an M/M/M title and both love interests split Trevor in all sorts of different directions he’d never considered before. I don’t want to give too much away, especially since I’ll be chatting it up with anyone willing to listen/read in the first few weeks of March as I do a blog tour. Here are my dates so far:

March 4 – Guest post at MM Good Book Reviews
March 10 – Guest post with Oh My Shelves
March 11 – Guest post with My Fiction Nook 
March 11 – Guest post with Open Skye Book Reviews
March 15 – Guest post with The Novel Approach
March 18 – Guest post with Prism Book Alliance


The book comes out on March 13th 2016, but you can pre-order it over here! In both e-book and print. I’m super excited about this title, but also endlessly working towards getting more out in 2016. So far, I’ve release two titles in January: the short Invisibles and the longer Cracks in The Pavement.

My sci-fi romp Homesick at Space Camp will be out next week, followed by The Taste of Ink with Dreampsinner Press in March, and The Life and Death of Eli & Jay the last week of March. I’m also in the middle of edits with JMS Books for my steampunk romp called Surrender To Destiny, which is an expanded edition of the short I released with a different publisher. Finally,  I should have an upcoming novel release with Less Than Three soon enough–so keep out an ear for that.

I also have a Twitter now. Which is new. An odd. I feel older than I really am navigating new technology, but I’ll get the hang of it. Thanks again for reading!


Blog Tour Schedule

Since I have so many releases coming out within the next three months of 2015, I’ve organized a pretty extensive blog hop. Here’s a full list of my schedule, topics, and what book I’ll be promoting. Right now, the tour will start in early October and end mid-November, then kick right back up again in December for my upcoming holiday releases.

The first title up is Fearful Symmetry, which will be released October 7th 2015.


October 6th: On Charlie Cochet’s Blog,  I’ll talk about film influences for the story.

October 7th: On J.P. Barnaby’s site, I’ll discuss how music influences my writing.

October 9th: Anna Butler’s blog will host me and I’ll discuss my favourite parts of fairy tales.


October 9th: Next I’ll jump to Queer Sci-Fi, where they’ll be an excerpt.

October 10th: Dreamspinner’s Facebook will host me for a live chat!

October 13th: Garrett Leigh’s blog is up next and will feature another excerpt of the story. .

October 20th: Cate Ashwood will interview me for her blog.

October 27th: Next up is Anne Barwell’s blog, where I’ll discuss William Blake’s poetry and the influence on the title Fearful Symmetry.

October 30th: The day before Halloween will find me with Elizabeth Noble’s blog, where I’ll discuss writing conflicts and villains.

November 1st: Coffee Time Romance will host me for another interview, this time with Tory Richards.

Phew! In November, it’ll be time to promote A Winter In Rome from LT3’s Interwined collection, which releases on November 11th 2015.


November 4th: I’ll stop by Charlie Cochet‘s yet again, this time with an excerpt and giveaway.

November 5th: The Novel Approach will host me and my post about writing a genderqueer character.

November 10th: I’ll hit up Anne Barwell’s blog again where I’ll talk about writing poly romance and the importance of communication & labels.

November 11th: Cate Ashwood will host me again–this time, I’ll talk about my music choices for this story and include a playlist for readers.

November 13: I’ll be on Garrett Leigh’s blog once again, with a new excerpt and brief discussion on happily (for now) endings.

Phew–again! I’m still in the midst of scheduling more blog hops and promos for some of my other titles (including Plato for Plumbers & Love and The Undead, along with my numerous holiday titles) but  I will update that soon enough. For now, these are enough dates to remember!