If you follow me on any of my other social media accounts then you already know I have been working non-stop on a new WIP. What you didn't know is that this will be my first M/F crossover. I will be jumping into author Cat Johnson's universe for her wildly popular Hot Seals.
I had the opportunity to meet Cat during the RT book convention this year in Atlanta. My last name finally worked to my favor landing me seated beside her. As we talked she told me about her series that features Navy Seals and I was hooked. After reading her first book in that series I was dying to get involved.
This WIP is now in the editing phase and I will be releasing it later this year. In this release I will be taking Eric and Natasha from The Gentlemen's League series on the road.
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It's a wrap!
Men of Distinction is now available on Amazon! As the final book in the series (?) I felt the need to talk about the team that inspired me to publish my first novel. Writing these characters allowed me to look back at my own military experience and bring out some of the finer points. It's both sad a exciting to bring this series to an end but I can ensure you that you will see the guys (and of course Natasha) weave their ways into other stories from this universe. There has also been talks of a M/F spinoff covering these stories from the perspectives of the other member of the team. (Yay more Natasha and Eric!)
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It was easy to decide my topic today, being pride month we are flooded with tweets and memes of support. As an openly pan-sexual pride month offers a unique experience of broad acceptance. Over the last decade there has been laws passed that have taken steps in the direction of equality. Extending to many basic rights that have been too long denied. Staying clear of political mind fields, I have to say we are not done fighting. Recent events have highlighted that while we have made bold, daring steps there are still those who will gladly set the times back. So while we are all celebrating, lets not forget that Pride is not just a concept we embrace once a year. As a community we need to ensure every day that we fight to create a world free of hate and fear. We need our old and our young. Our allies. Our friends and families. To stand with us, celebrate us, morn with us. Because no matter where you stand inside the rainbow, we are all one. We are human.