Sometimes it takes losing everything to find what you really need.
When Judah went to prison for insider trading, he lost everything he thought was important: his business, his money, his power. But when he gets out, homelessness strips him of the one thing he has left: his self-respect. When another homeless man saves him from a beating, he begins to learn to rely on the goodness of those around him.
For Toby, life on the streets has become familiar. Comfortable. So comfortable he wonders if he’s given up on changing his life for the better. Then comes Judah. Formerly rich, newly homeless, all his pride and attitude gone along with his material possessions. Helping Judah feels good. Their unexpected connection—physical and beyond—feels even better.
Their shared situation nurtures a growing closeness that blossoms into something deeper. But when change comes knocking, it will take all their strength to keep fear and insecurity from tearing them apart.
I am super excited about the blog tour for my new Riptide Publishing release, Long the Mile, part of Riptide’s awesome Home For The Holidays Christmas bundle. The blog tour kicks off tomorrow, Monday November 25th, and runs through Friday November 29th. The blog stops are listed below. You can also see them on the website. Comment on any of the blog posts, and you’ll be entered in a drawing to win an electronic copy of my novel Demon Dog, book one in the Mojo Mysteries series. Riptide is also giving away a donation to the Ali Forney Center for LGBTQ homeless youth in New York City in the name of one grand prize winner at the end of the entire Home For The Holidays tour. Check the blogs on the tour for details of how to enter. And remember, 20% of all proceeds from this title and every title in this bundle, as well as the Home For The Holidays collection itself, will be donated to the Ali Forner Center. Check out the blog stops below, pick up the book, and tell your friends and neighbors. Help us raise lots of money for a good cause!
That’s right, folks, Demon Dog (Mojo Mysteries book 1) is now officially available in delicious, strokable trade paperback. Yummy It is on discount right now at the Samhain store, or you can pick it up on Amazon or your other favorite third party paperback retailer. You might even be able to find it at your local indie book store or have them order it for you.
For today’s Bump In The Night blog tour stop, I’m over at The Jeep Diva blog with a totally cool interview. Stop by and comment for a chance to win a $25 Riptide Publishing gift certificate. Be sure to check out the rest of the tour too, you don’t want to miss the posts my fellow anthology authors have put up. There’s some fantastic stuff there
Check out Brien Michael’s fascinating post on his writing process plus an awesome review of Bump In The Night over at MM Good Book Reviews! Be sure to comment for a chance to win a copy of a book by Brien. Also, comment on any post in the Bump In The Night blog tour for a chance to win a $25 Riptide Publishing gift certificate. The tour started October 14 and runs through October 31. I’ll have a couple of posts myself Not sure what dates they’ll be, but I’ll let y’all know when I do.
Here’s the full listing of blogs and dates for the tour:
The erotic horror anthology Bump In The Night is now available from Riptide Publishing. It contains my short story “Flesh And Song” and several other weird, wonderful, shocking tales of sex and terror. Mine is by far the tamest one of the bunch!
If you like your man-on-monster sex to keep you awake nights, then you have to pick this up. You will not regret it.
Well, mostly. There are still a few tweaks I’d like to make, if I can dig up the right plugin/widget, but the bulk of my monster website has been moved from the old digs to this fancy-pants new WordPress site. Man, that was a HUGE job. Something on the order of 60 pages that could not, as it turned out, simply be copied and pasted from there to here. Yikes O_O That might not be a lot for some folks, but for me it was a tremendous amount of work. I think it was worth it, though. I like my new place. I hope y’all like it too