No One Should Be Alone

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When the WBIS is disbanded, Mark Vincent agrees to being recruited by the CIA. Things don’t go well since the Company doesn’t trust him. Quinton Mann is willing to give Mark a chance, but their mission falls apart due to interference. Now Mark wants out, and Quinn can’t blame him, although he doesn’t want the former special agent to leave. Will a drink on Christmas Eve change things for both men? More
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About Tinnean

I’ve been writing since the 3rd grade. I was on the staff of my high school magazine, and then… I got married. There was a long interval when raising my kids took preference, although I would scribble sci fi, contemporary, or paranormal stories with very strong heroines. (This was before I discovered m/m. Don’t laugh, I led a very sheltered childhood.)

It was with the advent of the family's second computer – the first intimidated everyone – that my writing took off. I discovered 1. Fanfiction; 2. m/m (yes, I know. Finally!); 3. the wonder that is copy and paste. Does anyone remember what typing up a manuscript on a manual typewriter was like? Okay then, nuff said.

While I was involved in fandom, I was nominated for both Rerun and Light My Fire Awards. But even then, my original characters would come knocking, to the point I’ve left Jim and Blair, Rodney and John, and even Lyle and Mr. Taggart (Blazing Saddles) behind. I’ve been published by Nazca Plain, JMS Books, Dreamspinner, Wilde City Press, and Less Than Three Press, and now I’m taking the leap into the self-pubbing pool. My novel, Two Lips, Indifferent Red received honorable mention in the 2013 Rainbow Awards, and Home Before Sundown was a 2017 runner-up.

Now I reside in SW Florida with my husband and three computers, but I’ll always be a Noo Yawk kinda gal.

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