Hello, Internet! It’s been a crazy week over here. I have not only one but two stories available for pre-order and will be released next month within a week of each other. Nuts, I say! Nuts! The first is my States of Love novella The Unlikely Prospect will be available on December 7th! The story takes place in my lovely home state of Maine. I can’t wait for readers to meet my boys Harper and Sean and experience my great pride for being a Yankee. Let’s just step back for a minute and acknowledge I wrote a contemporary. OMG! Blurb: In Prospect Harbor, … Continue Reading &rarr;
Happy Halloween, Fannibals! As we Fannibals gather for a ghoulish trick or treat with Hannibal Cre-Ate-Ive’s #ThePumpkinIsPeople event! For my contribution, sweet Will is feeling a little under the weather but not to fret! Dr. Lecter has a tasty treat in store for his pet. That’s not marzipan… “There’s a good boy, Will… Open wide…” Lex Chase once heard Stephen King say in a commercial, “We’re all going to die, I’m just trying to make it a little more interesting.” Now, she’s on a mission to make the world a hell of a lot more interesting. Weaving tales of cinematic, … Continue Reading &rarr;
Hello, Internet! Another GayRomLit has come and gone, leaving behind the warring urge to sleep for a month and create all the things at the same time. I regrettably didn’t take enough pictures. I took a lot of Kansas City, not a lot of the con itself. This year, I decided to make the most of it with not only two readings, but volunteering my time at the Queer Sci-Fi table as well. On top of that, I enlisted the aid of my superfan turned BFF turned baby sister from another mister, Mae as my official cosplayer/booth babe. But really … Continue Reading &rarr;
Hello, Internet! Today is a very special personal holiday for me. Over a decade ago I had begun a story called 10-9. The entire plot, like pretty much all of my novels was inspired from a five-minute conversation with a friend. While it had more than a few moving parts, but the premise was a love story about a military captain named Ahimsa Siven and a war correspondent named St. John Burroughs. It was also the tale of two brokenhearted soul mates given a second chance before it was too late. It was a story of lost love and letting … Continue Reading &rarr;
Hello, Internet! I’ve got some amazing new stops for you on the Urban Fairy Tale tour! So let’s catch up! First and foremost, in case you missed it, I was on Jeff and Will’s Big Gay Fiction Podcast chatting about GayRomLit and my love of insane TV shows. Of course, I didn’t make a complete idiot of myself….but. Let’s just say I talk with my hands. A lot. Just call me Bryan Fuller. Hah, I wish! To recap, I was over at The Novel Approach and doodled up some exclusive artwork and where I recapped just how the fuck did I come up with … Continue Reading &rarr;
Hello, Internet! The Urban Fairy Tale blog tour is now underway kicking off at The Novel Approach! Join me as I talk about just where did this idea for a cracked out fractured fairy tale come from? Also check out some exclusive artwork by yours truly! See you there!
Hello, Internet! Well, do I have news! In yet another hum-drum night in my writing cave, I got the notice that the entirety of Checkmate as well as the Screw-up Princess and Skillful Huntsman Trilogy are being translated into French with Reines-Beaux Press! That includes: Cashing the Reality Check Conventional Love Miracle in Axis City What the Water Gave Me Americana Fairy Tale Bayou Fairy Tale Urban Fairy Tale I’m pretty freaking pumped! Pawn Takes Rook has already been translated into French with Reines-Beaux, and it’s exciting to see the others. Americana will be interesting since the book is well…so… American. … Continue Reading &rarr;
Hello, Internet! This week is a special time for Fannibals as we celebrate #ItsStillBeautiful! Organized by Hannibal Cre-ATE-ive on Tumblr, fans are joining with fanart, fanfic, and other fan works commemorating the series finale of Bryan Fuller’s brilliant series Hannibal. Fuller’s spin on the Hannibal Lecter mythos introduced a complex gay love story with two men seeing each other for what they are and embracing their “compatible perversities” according to The Vulture. In a slew of television and film where gay characters are often side plots with tragic ends, Hannibal was a breath of fresh air. In its own way, … Continue Reading &rarr;
Hello, Internet! Join me today as A.O. Chika was kind enough to host me at her blog! I’m dishing about my short story Bye-Bye Birdie featured in the Dreamspinner Press June Daily Dose Anthology A Walk on the Wild Side! As we all know, I’m no stranger to writing shifters. But what happens when I get the chance to poke fun at myself with my own shifter mythology? Check it out!