Vee Hoffman, thrift store fashion enthusiast and unapologetic crazy cat lady, has been creating fictional worlds since her teens. She has lovingly honed her unique style of character study over ten years of writing in the online community, learning (eagerly, and sometimes embarrassingly) from the school of slash fanfiction in the early Internet Age. Putting those lessons to work, she debuts with “Acclamation,” part one of a four part series, at age 31.
A sometime music journalist, she indulges her critical side with the occasional
vlog or guest article on Japanese pop music, hoping the day will come when someone actually asks for her opinion on AKB48. When not writing, Vee can usually be found browsing Tumblr at 3:00AM, getting emotional over posts about Doctor Who with red wine in hand.
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Book 4 and final instalment in the Acclamation series, Proclamation takes readers throughout the fallout following the revelation of Michael and Dominic's relationship to Renee Butler. Separated by school and job, by family demands, perception of deceit and not in the least, the continents between them, Michael and Dominic must find new footing for their love story.
Book 3 in the Acclamation series, Intimation chronicles the months following the end of Lent and Easter holiday and the increasing and intensifying intimacy between Michael and Dominic.
Told from the point-of-view of Dominic Butler, Sublimation is a short, intense glimpse of our favorite boys set deep in the timeline of Intimation, the next book in the Acclamation series by Vee Hoffman, due out in June.
Sublimation has been written as a companion story to the Acclamation series. We would therefore recommend checking out Acclamation and Reclamation novels for full background.
Book 2 in the Acclamation series, Reclamation picks up the story of Michael and Dominic just as tragedy strikes the Butler family. Loss, heartbreak and guilt challenge the relationship between teacher and student, taking their romance off course, more so than any social conventions in their path.
An intense personal memoir, Acclamation intimately captures the life-altering moments when love decides to give Michael Cassidy a second chance. His own character, someone else's faith, family values and friendships are tested sorely.
But, what’s the use in dreaming, if you’re not going to fly?