Release Day – The Gift

Sometimes gifts are unexpected and sometimes they come at you from out of the blue and knock you over.  Those are the ones you don’t see coming.  In The gift, neither character is looking for love or expects to find it in any way.  They both have issue, either inherited or based upon the decisions they made in life, that make them feel as though love, true love  (The Princess Bride just flashed in my mind) is not something that is in the cards for them.  This story was difficult to write  the premise put a lot of restrictions on what I … Continued

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Release Day Nerves

I al always as nervous and heck on release day.  Will readers like the book?  Will it find an audience?  I sit in my chair and obsessively check Amazon and other places to see if its doing okay, as if me checking is going to make any difference.  The simple thing is that release days should be happy days and I’m trying to make them that.  I have just put one of my creations out in the world. Good or bad, its out there and people can read and talk about it.  I really hope they will do both with … Continued

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Work in Progress – Fire and Rain

With the release of Fire and Ice and the completion of Round and Round I’m in a Carlisle Cops kind of mood, so I’ve decided to start work on the third story in the series. Each of these stories is a hot romance set with in front of a backdrop of a problem currently being faced by the town I live in.  Fire and Water dealt with drug dealing and its cost, Fire and Ice took on child abuse in some of its ugliest forms.  (I did my best to keep the worst off the page.)  Fire and Rain is going … Continued

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Carlisle Cops – We All Need a Hero

When I began the Carlisle Cops series, I set the stories in my own home town.  I love Carlisle Pennsylvania and Dominic and I have built our home there.  I have had a few dealings with the police, once when our garage was broken into, and again when the tires on our cars were sliced.  They were always professional and as helpful as possible.  It was after the tire slashing incident that I decided to write Fire and Water, the first story in the series.  Fire and Ice came to me because of a local news story that captured my … Continued

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Celebrating Day and Knight

As many of you know, I started a new pen name for suspense and paranormal stories and the first one, Day and Knight, released May 4.  As part of that release, I have done a number of guest posts and interviews.  If you’d like to read them, I thought I’d post some links for you. Mary Calmes posted an interview with Day:  http://www.marycalmesbooks.com/2015/05/guest-blogger-dirk-greysons-day-and.html?zx=ade047dd399ecdb7 TTC Books and More did an interview:  http://www.ttcbooksandmore.com/2015/05/day-and-night-by-dirk-greyson-release.html Becky at USA Today’s HEA Blog Interviewed me as well:  http://www.usatoday.com/story/happyeverafter/2015/04/30/becky-condit-romance-rec-day-and-knight-dirk-greyson-interview/26642101/?hootPostID=9a9d9fd9592f75cbe467e35ab0ecc176   These are just some of the posts that have been done with more to come as part … Continued

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The Price Releases at Midnight Tonight

The Price releases at midnight tonight and I thought I would give you a preview.     Hunter Wolf is a highly paid Las Vegas escort with a face and body that have men salivating and paying a great deal for him to fulfill their fantasies. He keeps his own fantasies to himself, not that they matter. Grant is an elementary-school teacher who works miracles with his summer school students. He discovered his gift while in high school, tutoring Hunter, a fellow student. They meet again when Hunter rescues Grant in a club. Grant doesn’t know Hunter is an escort … Continued

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Eastern Cowboy – the Story Behind the Story

My mother and father live outside Baltimore Maryland in a condominium complex.  If you read Eastern Cowboy, then you already know something about it because its their light blue condos that surround one portion of the farm in the story.  All around their area are houses, condos, strip centers and a single farm.    This farm is really old and looks rather forlorn sitting off by itself in the largely urbanized landscape.  The are is called Shipley’s Grant.  I must confess that I know very little about the property, but every time I drove by it, I couldn’t help thinking there was … Continued

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Backward – The Cover

Marty Pfeifer is the model who posed for the cover of Backward.  Once I had finished the manuscript, I asked Jesse and Dirk if they knew of someone who would be interested in posing for the cover of Backward.  I asked for a larger man who was older.  I didn’t want a young kid.  They told me about Marty and sent me a few pictures.  As you can see by the finished work, he’s a handsome man and was perfect to portray Harry on the cover of Backward.  Joey Flyfoto agreed to shoot the images as he did for Jesse … Continued

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A Brand New Release – Backward

Today is the release day for Backward, so I thought I would put publish an excerpt for you.  I love this story and it has some really funny moments.  I thought I’d share one with you.   Sequel to Upside Down Bronco’s Boys: Book Three Club owner Harry Klinger has had his eye on Tristan Martin for months, but never had the nerve to approach him. He’s watched as Tristan dated Eddie and then reluctantly sat on the sidelines during the emotional breakup when Tristan discovered Eddie was dealing drugs. Now that Tristan seems to be healing, Harry hopes to … Continued

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Be Prepared to Go Backward

Sometimes book covers have a story and this one certainly does.  Backward is the third story in the Broncos Boys series and releases February 13.   Jesse Jackman and Dirk Caber were the models in the first two covers.  The third story, Backward has a friend of theirs, Marty, as the model.    He is not an actor or model, but he did an awesome job. With the title, we wanted to get both the back of the model as well as his face on the so they used a mirror to get the image.  Of course we didn’t start out with that concept. … Continued

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