Living in Southern Cali and writing books about boys falling in love.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
More Than Friends was the first real "book" I wrote. It started off as a scene that kept growing and developing until I had something I thought people might like. That was intended to be a standalone and it took over a year for me to realize I could write a sequel. That was the real beginning of my writing career.
What is your writing process?
I'm a pantser to the nth degree. I basically start off with a single scene or idea in my head. Then I come up with the title and cover...and those drive the rest of the book. It's a bit of the tail wagging the dog process but it works for me.
A collection of best-selling m/m romance novels.
If you love sweet and sexy stories about young men in love, whether they are discovering their true sexuality in college or actively seeking out the loves of their lives, these books will make you laugh, cry and tingle in all the right places.
Ozzie was raised by a single mom. While he's putting himself through school by working in the library, he's also tutoring for cash.
Xander comes from a strict LDS background and has never allowed his fantasies to filter toward the front of his mind. Not until he meets his new tutor, Ozzie.
For Mature Readers.
A collection of M/M novels by Aria Grace, Brandon Shire,Hans M. Hirschi, Jennah Scott and Sara York
These best-selling authors have come together to offer you some sweet romance with some dark edges. The men in this collection love hard and fight even harder for what they need. Whether that's love, friendship or just pure satisfaction, there's something for everyone in To See About A Guy.
Indie Walker started college with a basketball scholarship and a plan to stay focused on his studies. When a power outage during a winter storm forces him into the bed of his roommate just to survive the night, nothing will ever be the same for these straight guys.
When Mike found out he would be sharing a dorm with a former football star, he was terrified. He'd been bullied by jocks all his life for being scrawny and weak and didn't have high expectations of how it would go. To his surprise, Brett was a great guy that was easy to get along with and seemed to enjoy his company. When Mike learned that Brett was gay, it was more than a shock.