2015: A Reading Restrospective

I really like Goodreads. I love keeping track of the books I’ve read (and reread) just for my own interest. My stats this year say this is the most books I’ve read in  a year since starting to keep track – 63! Looks impressive, and I’m pleased to see it’s a good mix of classic and contemporary work, reading in […]

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The Books of Love: Tyler Knoll's Just For Fun by AB Gayle

Reviewed by Narrelle M Harris The blurb… Tyler Knoll was born one wild, stormy night in April 2013. Of course, Tyler might tell you he was born twenty years earlier, but should we believe anything he says? That’s for you to decide. In Tyler’s first adventure—like many a gay man before him—he was SNARED by gay porn, wallowing in tales […]

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Announcement: Improbable Press

Gentlebeings, I am very excited and thoroughly delighted to announce my newest book project! A well known UK publisher of Holmesian fiction has started a new imprint – Improbable Press! Improbable Press will specialise in Sherlock Holmes romance and erotica, across both Victorian and contemporary settings. And I’m absolutely thrilled to announce that Improbable have said yes to my pitch […]

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New release: Talbott and Burns Mysteries – A Paying Client

The second story in my ongoing M/M series, Talbott and Burns Mysteries, has just been released! A Paying Client sees Elliot and Jack finally get their first paying client for their investigation business! About A Paying Client Elliot and Jack’s investigation business gets their first paying customer. A suburban housewife wants to know if her daughter is a witch. The […]

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Review: Sherlock Holmes and John Watson – The Day They Met by Wendy C Fries

Before I begin my review of this book, a few confessions. I adore Sherlock Holmes and John Watson. I’ve confessed this before, so it’s probably not much to admit to here, but I’m naturally predisposed to look kindly on new Holmesian stories. Wendy Fries is also a friend of mine, and I have loved her writing since I first read […]

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Queermance 2014: An Overview

In late March, the first Queermance writers festival was held in Melbourne, celebrating queer relationships in fiction. Attendance was relatively small but very keen. Panels included Writing What you Aren’t (in part about straight writers who write queer fiction – like me), The Art of Getting Published, and Writing Sex and Erotica (and how to do it well). The talented Scarlett […]

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Homecoming: A Talbott & Burns Mystery – now available!

I am excited and delighted to announce that my first short M/M erotic romance, Homecoming, has just been released as an e-book by Clan Destine Press’s Encounters imprint. There are currently two more in the series scheduled, and when I have a moment I’ll be writing some more for these boys! The story’s been launched just ahead of this weekend’s […]

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