Jason Lloyd


Jason Lloyd is a poet, author, and artist. Salty Aftertaste (Ginge Publishing, 2013) is his first creative nonfiction novel. The book reached Smashwords top bestseller list in Gay & Lesbian Fiction and was a bestseller in the New Adult genre on All Romance Ebooks (ARe).

His second book, Queer Dirty Laundry (Ginge Publishing, 2014), is a creative nonfiction novella. The book reached Smashwords top bestseller list in Gay & Lesbian Nonfiction, was a bestseller in the Nonfiction Romance genre on All Romance Ebooks (ARe), and was a bestseller in the Gay Fiction genre on Amazon and Google Play Book Store.

Jason is currently working on an M/M Romance, and Mystery/Suspense fictional series called Filthy Fibbers. Filthy Fibbers is centered on five friends and the scandalous secrets they’ve kept. The book takes place in a small Pennsylvania town called New Hope, not far from where Jason grew up. The first book in the series is a prequel called The Garden of Fibs and Sin (Ginge Publishing, 2015).

Having gotten his start writing poetry, Jason is going back to his roots when he fell in love with the written word. He created a collection of poetry and artwork called Mixed Tape (Ginge Publishing, 2015). He feels that the poetry is relatable to anyone, and the poems are the most personal material he has ever written. His latest experiment in poetry is blackout poetry and word art.

Smashwords Interview

Your first book Salty Aftertaste has been out since September, how did it feel to publish your first book?
It's been an amazing experience. In a lot of ways a lifelong dream came true. It has also been a huge learning experience for myself. I learned so much about publishing, marketing and writing in general. With anything that's new there's always a few mistakes to be made and now that I have dealt with those mistakes, I feel that the process will be smoother for my next book.
When people hear the title "Salty Aftertaste" they often laugh. What's the story behind the title?
Well... The title has many meanings; there's the obvious funny "sexual" innuendo and because the story is set at the beach, the whole "salty" sea water thing. But what some people don't realize is there's a deeper meaning behind the title. When you think of a "salty aftertaste" sometimes it's a good aftertaste, but sometimes it's a bad aftertaste, depending on what you just ate. The same thing could be said for experiences you go through, sometimes they are good, sometimes they are bad. Every experience stays with you, just like an aftertaste. The book is about the experiences the characters go through and they are both good and bad.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find Jason Lloyd online

Where to buy in print


Filthy Fibbers
It’s just a harmless fib, right? After a wealthy socialite and heir to the east coast’s largest pharmaceutical company Daniel Patrick Darling II mysteriously disappears following a fun night out. Danny’s best friends are left to figure out what happened to him. A few weeks after Danny’s disappearance, the boys begin receiving threatening messages from an anonymous stalker clearly out for some revenge. Someone knows all their deepest, darkest filthiest secrets and is threatening everyone they hold dear. The small, trendy town of New Hope, Pennsylvania best known for its trade in the arts, theater, and antique shops will now be known as something sinister. The secrets of Danny’s past will destroy the present.


The Garden of Fibs and Sin (Filthy Fibbers, Prequel)
Series: Filthy Fibbers. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 21,490. Language: English. Published: September 1, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay, Fiction » Romance » Suspense
Daniel Patrick Darling II is gorgeous, rich, and conceited, with just the right amount of bitch. You may think he has it all; friends, money, power, but all those things won’t help Danny when he mysteriously vanishes one night after hanging out with his best friends. Danny is loved by few, but unfortunately hated by many. Anyone could have been behind his disappearance.
Mixed Tape (Poetry, Quotes, & Other Stuff)
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,720. Language: English. Published: July 29, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Gay & lesbian, Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
Remember when you were a kid? To show someone that you cared, you made them a mixed tape full of songs that meant something to you. You blushed and handed them the cassette tape hoping they would get the message. The songs were your love notes. I made you this mixed tape full of hopes and dreams. This is the soundtrack of my life... written in words. Contains over 60 poems, quotes and thoughts.
Queer Dirty Laundry
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 35,800. Language: English. Published: June 12, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay, Nonfiction » Gay and Lesbian » Coming out
In this coming of age tale, Kevin and Jason embark on an adventure to Philadelphia to visit friends and to get into their normal hijinks. Along their journey they confide in each other the only way best friends can; through laughter, love and pain. This hilarious and heartfelt journey through the past can only strengthen their friendship in the present.
Salty Aftertaste
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 58,970. Language: English. Published: September 23, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay, Fiction » Romance » Erotic
Beaches, boys, and bad decisions... In this nonfiction tale, Jason and his hilarious and crude motley cast of friends leave their mundane suburban jungles and flock to the mecca that is Rehoboth Beach, Delaware for vacation. They are in search of a little rest and relaxation; aka beach, bars and boys, lots of hot boys. It is a vacation none of them will ever forget.

Jason Lloyd's tag cloud