Renee Stevens

Biography

Renee Stevens first started writing in her teens but didn’t get serious about being an author until her mid-twenties. Since then she’s written a number of contemporary stories, as well as delved into the paranormal. When not writing, or spending time in the outdoors, Renee can usually be found working on GayAuthors.org in her capacity of Admin, Blog Coordinator, and Anthology Coordinator.

Renee resides in Wyoming with her wonderfully supportive husband and a menagerie of four-legged critters. Making the most of the nearly constant negative temperatures and mounds of snow, Renee spends much of the winter months in hibernation with her laptop, the voices in her head keeping her company while her husband works.

When she needs a break from writing, Renee takes to the sewing machine to design, and make, beautiful quilts. When the snow finally disappears, usually around May or June, Renee can be found in the great-outdoors. She spends her time on the mountain, at the lake, and just anywhere that she can do some camping, take some photos, and ride the four-wheelers with her hubby. Once back at home, it’s back to writing.

Where to find Renee Stevens online


Books

Barbed Wire Cowboy
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 85,790. Language: English. Published: April 6, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
After having been kicked off the family ranch by his father, Marc Poulson has made a new home for himself as the foreman of the Double R Ranch. His fellow ranch hands are his family, but he’s still not complete without Casey Morgan, his counterpart at the neighboring Del Rio Ranch. Casey has his own demons to deal with, and Marc serves as a reminder to things he'd rather forget.

Renee Stevens' tag cloud

contemporary    cowboy    gay    lgbt    romance   

Smashwords book reviews by Renee Stevens

  • Catara - A Story of the Gefaradan on Oct. 11, 2012

    I for one certainly enjoyed reading this story. Relatively short at around 24,000 words, Lugh nonetheless weaves a tale of intrigue. While I read, I was left with many questions, but nearly all of them were answered by the end of this story. I will definitely be reading this one again as well as any other that Lugh decides to publish!