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Upcoming Appearance and LT3 Anniversary Sale

Upcoming Appearance and LT3 Anniversary Sale

Here are two cool things happening now or soon that might be of interest:

First, if you haven’t heard, I’ll be in Stayton, OR (the small, mid-valley agricultural town where I went to high school) for the Stayton Public Library Local Author Fair on May 5th. The fair goes from 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM when regional authors will be selling books, and I’ll be doing a reading at 1:00 PM, so if you’re taking an afternoon in the Willamette Valley countryside (or if you’re one of the few people who live in that area), you can stop by to see me. All of the details are on my Upcoming Events page.

 

 

My second bit of reiterated news is that Less Than Three Press (the publisher of my novellas, For All the Gold in the Vault and A Study of Fiber and Demons) is having a sale to celebrate their 9th anniversary throughout the month of April. They’re celebrating with a discount on all titles, plus daily $0.99 deals, and a raffle. If you want to grab my novellas or other excellent queer romances from them, the sale lasts until the end of the month, and you can check their Twitter to see which books are $0.99 each day.

A Festive Winter Update

A Festive Winter Update

It’s actually not festive at all, only some updates and reminders! Let’s just get right into it!

There will be more updates soon–I’ve been busy with grad school the past few weeks, but I’m through finals now. Over December I’ll have a lot more time to throw together some more fun updates, but for now, I wanted to keep everyone up to date on the basics.

More updates on Moonshine, end of summer plans, etc.

More updates on Moonshine, end of summer plans, etc.

Hello again, here’s another summer update!

Finally, I’m in the home stretch with my edits for Moonshine, so I’ll be finishing those this weekend and returning to drafting the second Moonshine book. And hopefully titling it because boy would I love to have something to call it.

Book Release Day – For All the Gold in the Vault

Book Release Day – For All the Gold in the Vault

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Today is the official release day for For All the Gold in the Vault!

Available for purchase in ebook format at:

Less Than Three Press | Amazon | Kobo

I’m so excited for this release. FGV was a sort of experimental project for me, and I had a lot of opportunities to play around with the genre and voice in ways that were outside of my typical comfort zone. All in all, writing it was a fun challenge, and with the great editors I worked with to get it refined and polished, I’m really satisfied with how the final book turned out.

Cover Reveal – For All the Gold in the Vault

Cover Reveal – For All the Gold in the Vault

I’m a little late in posting this here, but Less Than Three Press has released the final cover art for For All the Gold in the Vault:

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For a better look, the FGV page has been updated with a larger (and higher quality) version of the cover. For All the Gold in the Vault is still available for preorder at the Less Than Three Press book market, and it will be released on January 20, 2016.

For All the Gold in the Vault – Now Available for Preorder

For All the Gold in the Vault – Now Available for Preorder

My wild-westpunk M/M romance novella For All the Gold in the Vault is now posted on Less Than Three Press’ marketplace and is available for preorder. Preorders get 15% off the book up until the night of the release on January 20, 2016.

Meanwhile, I’ll be setting up a page here for FGV, and of course I’ll update on its finalized cover art once that’s ready.

For All the Gold in the Vault Official release date

For All the Gold in the Vault Official release date

For All the Gold in the Vault, my wild-westpunk gay romance novella, will soon be showing up on Less Than Three Press’ Coming Soon page and Goodreads in preparation for it’s official January 20, 2016 release date, and I’ll be putting together a page for it here soon in celebration, too.

More updates as news comes along, of course.