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Wanting Cari Z’s Wanting More

WM200x300Cari Z and I spent some quality time on a project that you’re going to want to read!  Wanting More is the latest from Rocky Ridge Books.

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After a late-night rendezvous is interrupted by the partner of the man who hired him, stripper and high-end escort Alex Kidman can’t get James Fitzgerald out of his head. So when James comes to watch him dance a few weeks later, Alex knows it’s time to make his move–but James isn’t comfortable with him if he isn’t paying for his time.

With a Bonus Story: Favorite Dish

With his lover James away on business for three weeks, Alex does his best to distract himself by keeping busy with his work as a chef, but not even the most elaborate meals can keep him occupied when all he wants to do is cook for two. Fortunately James has the same problem, and can’t resist coming home early to satisfy his hunger for Alex.

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Cari whips up plenty of heat between a rentboy with serious talent in the kitchen, not to mention the sack, and his lawyer lover. I got to help a little around the edges with the cover and some HTML, but the goodies are all Cari’s and now they can be yours.

Wanting More is now available at All Romance eBooks, Rocky Ridge Books,  Amazon, and Kobo, and coming soon at Barnes and Noble and  Apple. You’ll want some too!

Looking back at 2013

So what did I accomplish in 2013 with my writing?

Return to the Mountain400x600 (2)My fifth Mountain novel was released from Dreamspinner. Return to the Mountain has a couple of mountain boys who’d just like enough money for groceries and greens fees, and get more than they reckoned on. Gary and Seth got some nice reviews for hanging out with characters from other Mountain books and The Rare Event.

OutinColorado_500Slip/Slide/Snow marked my first shifter story since my fan fiction days, and what a lot of fun it was! The Colorado MM Authors put together a Colorado-centric anthology through Storm Moon Press, where my contribution was a snowboarder with a secret.

Never give an otter a box of Cheerios.

SpokesMy big cycling story had to take a back seat to the Mountain series, but I finished it in time for GayRomLit. Christopher and Luca burned some rubber training  in Colorado and racing in Italy, and impressed a reviewer or two.

This is my first, but not last, novel through Rocky Ridge Books.

ScrumI do seem to have a sports theme going, don’t I? For the Goodreads MM Group’s prompt pic and letter event, I wrote a rugby player and a fanboy. Robin and Yves are currently free through the Goodreads group, as part of the anthology, and as a stand-alone short through Apple and Kobo, with more venues to come shortly.

Then there was the novel and a short in a different genre and under a different name, plus a whole slew of editing for Eden Winters and other authors. Building a website for Rocky Ridge Books, which is a work in progress. Spending a week in Oregon learning to format books, and getting nine titles (mine and Eden’s) into real dead tree print. Getting those same books plus some shorts into ebook format, with Eden’s help.

Going to GayRomLit and having a blast with everyone in Atlanta. Visiting Seattle for the Northwest Meet-Up, and again having a great time with new friends and old. Having librarian Marlene Harris show me my print books ready to be sent out to the branch libraries.

Getting three novels outlined and started on the writing for one, even though the word count (2000/60,000) hasn’t budged the counter a lot.

When I lay it out like this, looks like I got quite a lot done in 2013, and I have some ambitious plans for 2014. So why do I feel like I’ve been slacking?

Did you have some goals for 2013 that you met? Any you’re still working on?