I’d hoped to finish Double Trouble before taking a break from the serial, but it doesn’t look like that will happen. So rather than let the quality suffer I’m going to take a break from Double Trouble and start it back in January. In the mean time…
Throwaway, my contemporary short story, will be released to the general public on November 28th.
On December 19th Drawing the Devil will be re-released after a major rewrite with Pride Publishing. It is also now volume 1 of a five book western series.
Also, a little further out, I have a new novella set for release in March of 2018 titled Construction and is a contemporary M/M release.
I’ve sent off the edited and expanded version of Crossfire. A major expansion–300 percent–and a more detailed look at the guys.
So it seemed like a great time to celebrate. The local microbrewery was a good choice. As a result I’m stuffed with BBQ brisket and ready for a nap.
Yes indeed, a nap sounds delightful.
For those of you who haven’t read “Crossfire”, it now available through Amazon for 99 cents. The original short story was about 10,000 words and appeared as part of an anthology. But the rights reverted back to me and I decided to make it available on Amazon. So I cleaned it up and republished it.
“Rick Anthis, a forty-five year old veteran of the Colorado State Police, and his husband, Gabriel Thorkelson, a deputy sheriff in a nearby county, enjoy the peace of their suburban Boulder home. Until gunshots rip through the tranquil neighborhood and Rick witnesses the kidnaping of his buddy, eight year old Jacob.
The clues are sparse until Gabe reminds Rick of something Jacob had said. Rick has a starting point. Rick and his CSI team locate the remote hideout, only to find they’ve just missed the kidnappers, and Gabe is missing too.”
If you haven’t read “Crossfire” before here is your chance to get a copy.
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