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Fire on the Mountain is back!

Jake and Kurt are back!

Charli Childs, of Cosmic Letterz, did her magic and now we have covers for the newest edition of Fire on the Mountain.  I swear this pose of Kurt’s is right out of the prologue scene, where he’s standing in the spray and, just incidentally, tormenting Jake.

If you’ve read the Dreamspinner version, you’re up-to-date on this edition. There are no changes of significance in the story. You still have the choice of ebook or paperback, and the audio is still available, and under my control, except for getting the previous publisher’s info off. Working on that.

The only other change is that the Mountains will spend a term in KU, as they’ve never been enrolled there. The books will be coming out at intervals as I get them ready. There are five novels, and once they’re back up, I’ll uncork a new story on you. My trusty beta readers are helping me get it ready.

I’m so glad to get Kurt and Jake back up!

Fresh out of college, Jake Landon’s heading to the mountains for a season as a forest ranger. A gap year before returning to school might give him enough time to sort out his residency and his sexuality—he’s deep in the closet and a complete rookie. Some crusty old partner who speaks three words a day won’t entice him.

Except his partner turns out to be Kurt Carlson: confident, competent, and experienced. He’s also young, hot, friendly, and considers clothing optional when it’s just two guys in the wilderness.

Sharing a small cabin with this walking temptation is stressing Jake’s sanity—is he sending signals, or just being Kurt? How would Kurt react if he found out his new partner wants to start a fire of a different kind? Jake’s terrified—they have to live together for five months no matter what.

Enough sparks fly between the rangers to set the trees alight, but it takes a raging inferno to make Jake and Kurt admit to the heat between them.

Get your copy at Amazon- buy or read in KU.

Revving up for reissues

Due to what can only be called a monumental muddle, some of which is mine, it’s taken me a while to get my Dreamspinner titles back up and running.

Success is on the horizon!

My cover artist has been busily crafting some lovely new faces for the Mountain books, and the novels are pretty well nailed down.  Found some hotties, she did.

Starting this coming Friday, February 29, they’ll be coming back up!

Here’s a little teaser:

Yes, that’s Kurt! Quite the hunk, no wonder Jake’s smitten. He’s equally Rawr on the Fire cover, but the shadows on the teaser worked out strangely and I only want you guys to see him at his very best. Which means the whole cover. Can you wait until Friday?

So let me give a little shout-out to Charli Childs, who did her magic to put faces on these books.

So, we’re on our way back into the Rockies, not just with these stories, but with more to come.

The Mountains come to Dreamspinner!

Maroon Bells, ColoradoI am delighted to announce that the Mountains will be coming out from Dreamspinner! Beginning in June 2012, we will again see Fire on the Mountain and Snow on the Mountain, along with two new novels. Blood on the Mountain will be out later in the fall.

I am very busy on rewrites for Fire right now; Kurt and Jake have more going on than I knew when I started this book.  Kurt also has an entirely new short story that will be included with the novel, so we will know a lot more about him.

The novels, with their bonus short stories, will be available in both ebook and print;  the thought of a row of spines marked “P.D. Singer” taking up a couple of linear inches on the bookshelf does make me smile.

For all of you who have shown interest in Fire, Snow, and the shorts while they’ve been out of print, I thank you, and hope to reward your patience with a fine read.

Joyfully Reviewed looks at Fire on the Mountain!

Sometimes one just finds out about these things a bit late, but it warms the heart anyway. Lisa at Joyfully Reviewed read Fire on the Mountain and had some lovely things to say.

An old fashioned, quietly building, layered romance takes your breath away in Fire on the Mountain.  Told in first person perspective, readers watch Fire on the Mountain unfold and ignite.

See the entire review here at Joyfully Reviewed.

Honorable Mention!

“Fire on the Mountain” made the Honorable Mention list at Elisa Rolle’s Rainbow Awards! I am very happy, because “Fire” was up against some very good books by some very well known authors, and this is my first novel. It probably should have been in the new author category because of that, but I am happy with the showing all the same. Thanks to all who voted in both stages.

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