Starting at Midnight Monday Morning Take A Daring Ride

Simon “Frizz” Frizzell sneaks away to the rodeo on weekends, and it’s not until after he wins a buckle that he tells his parents about his bull-riding. He knows they won’t approve of his choice of sport, but his parents own a Christian bookstore, and he couldn’t possibly tell them the whole truth: he’s gay. And so are some of his rodeo friends, like Dante and Ryan, and Jacky—a young man he wishes could have been more than a one-night stand. When Simon sets his sights on his dreams, he finds work with Dante and Ryan, and bumps into Jacky … Continued

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10 Things I Learned at Authors After Dark

Ten Things I learned at Authors After Dark Savannah 1) Pecan fried chicken is worth not eating for three days 2) C.J. Ellison, Boone Brux, and Marianne Moria throw one heck of a party. 3) The best way to start an evening is with a marriage proposal.  Right BA and Julia? 4) Being nominated for a Bookie is great.  Winning kicks ass!!!!! 5) Sharing a ride to the airport with Kate Douglas was the fastest half hour cab ride ever. 6) Doing on interview with Simply Ali was so much fun.  She was great to spend time with. 7) Stella … Continued

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Love Comes In Darkness

Love Comes in Darkness, the follow up to Love Comes Silently, released at midnight last night. This story really truly touched my heart.

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Love Comes in Darkness Releases August 9th

Howard Justinian has always had to fight for his freedom. Because he was born blind, everyone is always trying to shelter him, but he’s determined to live his life on his own terms.

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Stranded

There are times as a writer when you are hit by an idea that really knocks your socks off. When that happens, you get down on your knees and thank your lucky stars. Stranded was that kind of story for me.

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Video Reading of Whipped Cream

Former model Brent Phillips now works the other side of the camera. He makes his money on senior portraits but wants to create an art exhibition. His only problems are lack of a central image and a three-week deadline.

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In Search of a Story – Coming Thursday Night at Midnight

Last October I was at a conference with a friend, Hope. I had finished a novel and was looking for an idea. At the conference I attended a seminar on storytelling and the leader quoted Henningway’s answer to the challenge to tell a story in as few words as possible. His response was “For sale, baby shoes, never worn.” I was fascinated with the idea and after talking it over with Hope the entire ride home, I began this story.

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Sitting Down with JP Barnaby and Spencer from Her Story Aaron

As he answers the Skype call, Spencer’s face appears in the window. Grainy, but not freezing, his slow easy smile is shy and tentative, like he’s not sure what’s going to happen. The rapid tapping on the desktop betrays his nerves, but when JP’s corresponding picture comes up on his screen, he grins, ready for the interview.

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Heat Under Fire Will Burn You

Justin Briggs can shout out directions all day on his job as a traffic cop, but put him in front of a hot guy, specifically firefighter Rock Sparks, and he clams up.

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Hang on For A Wild Ride

Dante Rivers just lost the rodeo by two one hundredths of a point: he’s frustrated as hell, needs to get laid, and he knows just where to go. That night he meets Ryan Abbott and catches his eye—Ryan watched the rodeo and is still riding high on the rush. The chemistry between them ignites, but Dante, unable to deal with complications, leaves while Ryan’s asleep.

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