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GayRomLit news!

This is me after reading my email last night:

I was a sad Pam after the frenzy that was GRL registration: even the speediest of mouse clicks didn’t get me a spot. So I wait-listed, and resigned myself to being patient. And maybe not there. Which would be sad: where else could I hang out with Eden Winters (and Bear), TD O’Malley, D.H Starr, and all my favorite authors and readers in one giant partay?

Got the good news last night, and finalized today: all that PTO reserved last year is getting put to best use! I will be there!

With a new book. Or two. If I’m fast….

Spokes–the sneak peek!

SpokesI’m coming up for air! Spokes is done! I should have print books in my hand later this week.

Did I mention my hand is going to be in Atlanta, for Gay Rom Lit?

No, I didn’t, because my entire life has been aimed at getting this book ready by this time, aside from a few moments for the EDJ and a lot of moments for high school mathematics (Youngerson needs help.)

But yes, Gay Rom Lit, here I come, and the attendees will have the first look at my cycling novel.  Everyone will get to see soon, I promise: the MOBI, EPUB, and PDF versions will be available after Atlanta, and since I”m not editing and alll, I also solemnly promise that I will tell people about it!

Spokes

Pro cyclist Luca Biondi lives for the race. For the star of Team Antano-Clark, victory lies within his grasp—if he can outdistance 200 other hopefuls, avoid suspicion from race officials, and keep his lieutenant more friend than foe. Luca also has secrets, and eyes for amateur cyclist and journalist Christopher Nye.

Christopher understands Luca’s need to keep their relationship under wraps, but chafes at hiding in the shadows of his lover’s career. He’s ready to cheer Luca’s victories, but he knows too well how triumph can turn to tears. While Christopher’s heart sees Luca the man, his inner journalist—and his editor—sees the cycling world’s biggest scoop.

From the jagged curves of the Colorado Rockies to the viciously steep Belgian hills, Luca can ride out any bumps—except rumors.

A few words in the wrong ear could crash everything. With miles between them, hints of scandal, and Luca’s fierce need to guard his reputation, a journalist might have to let go of the biggest story of his career or risk forcing his lover to abandon the race. Christopher and Luca face a path more treacherous than any road to the summit in the Italian Alps.

Links coming soon!