Thea is a mousy little thing who squeaks when she talks, and snorts when she laughs. Her imagination is wild and filled with far too many things for her own good. Reminders to leave her own head must be programmed into her phone and set with multiple alarms. She is pleased to try this self-publishing thing out.
What is your writing process?
Stare at an open document until my eyes start bleeding? Hah! It's funny but that's mostly true. Most of my process is spent getting the idea I have in my head and translating it into words. It's not an easy process. I usually try to smash my way through it with no regard to any rules or coherence, take a few days off, and then go back over it to refine. I often repeat this process until I hate every single word on the page. That's when I know it's ready to be edited by someone else.
What do you read for pleasure?
Ok, I'll admit it; I like to read fanfiction. I love the way people can change a story or reinterpret an action. It's a nice refreshing take on things that I love. Oh, don't get me wrong, I also read plenty of other things too. Mostly horror books and short romance stories.
Byron's bored of life at home and is glad to have moved far away from the cutoff mansions where nothing fun can ever happen. Never more so than when he finds himself wrapped up in the arms of a pretty young man dressed in silk and looking like a doll.
"Your house is haunted," are Carl's first words when Jay asks him for his opinion. "Spectacularly haunted," are his second words, and everything after that is just evidence pointing out why his opening statement is correct.
Noel used to be a happy boy with his mother and father. Until his mom passed away and his dad got drunk and married a really creepy woman with two sons. Now he's got a fairy godmother who isn't female, a bunch of friends who are mice, and there's something about a ball and destiny that he'd really rather pass on if he has a choice.
Greg's not sure that the life of a model is right for him. He's willing to stick it out for the simple fact that it introduced him to Kyle though. A big man with a quiet voice, and for whom Greg just might be feeling a little more than lust.
Summer is for working and trying to earn as much money as possible before the next semester of college starts up again and Tad is forced to exist on ramen noodles again. His new job working on a farm isn't all it's cracked up to be, but he doesn't mind all that much as long as he has Brandon there to make sure he takes the occasional break.
Cain Jones is a good photographer. He's been on both sides of the camera for enough years to know all the tricks to make a shoot as painless as possible for both his models and himself. Pity he can't use those tricks to stop one particular man who likes to follow him around too much.
Josiah Allen has been many things in his life, and has done things that he can't even talk about without violating a plethora of confidentiality agreements. It's all part of being tied up in covert missions and operations that most people in the world would call spy work. He's used to a certain lack of privacy in his line of work, and the inevitable shows that come from it with the new recruits.
Tired and overworked, all Neal wants to do is pass along the details of his latest job to a foreign spy so that he can get some well deserved rest before the next coup needs to be quelled. It's a plan doomed to failure as the intense man he meets up with takes an odd interest in Neal himself.
Ted and Shad Rue are two brothers carrying on the family tradition of fixing other people’s paranormal problems. For a small fee, of course. So the call to help out a fraternity experiencing some spooky problems at a local college isn’t anything out of the ordinary for them. At least, not until Shad meets with a cute blond pledge who is strangely reluctant to talk about his ghostly encounter.