Greetings everyone. Today, May 17th, is International day against homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia. I’m glad to be part of this hop once again to do what we can to support the LGBTQ community and spreading the word about awareness.
You may wonder, what can you do to help? Contribute your time and if you are able, your money to LGBTQ organizations. Teaching others to be sensitive towards people who are LGBTQ. It’s more than just going to PRIDE or partying afterwards with your rainbow flags and drinks held high. It’s about making people notice that there needs to be changes when it comes to the inequalities in every corner of the world.
In the past, you might have heard of the story I told about one of my own family members taking his life because he was gay. If you haven’t you can…
So, my book with Remmy Duchene is almost done with the editing process
and it has a new cover
OMG i’m stoked!
Look for it in June/July!
Here is the blurb
Zane Ashford’s stint in the NYPD comes to an abrupt halt when he is injured in the line of duty. After waking up partially blind in one eye, all he wants to do is crawl into a hole, but his friends and family won’t leave him alone. Reluctantly, he lets his best friend talk him into time away on a ranch in Montana. But the moment he gets there and meets Cyrus Abrams, Zane begins to contemplate murder.
Cyrus Abrams is vulgar, ornery, stuck in his ways, and not about to change for anyone, no matter how good Zane Ashford looks in those jeans. The more they lock horns, the more Cyrus begins to see Zane in a whole new light. But Cyrus has a past, one that left him in big trouble and more broken than he cares to admit—a past no one told Zane about. Cyrus fears that when Zane finds out, everything will come to a screeching halt.
Camdyn Hardy is a private investigator who has just suffered a setback. The man he loved left him for a woman after being caught by a client in a heated moment. Now, he’s searching for another partner one fully out the closet and willing to work and live together in a committed relationship. Malik Day is newly discharged for beating up a couple of gay bashers when they attacked a closeted cadet. Unfortunately, the money he has saved is not enough to live on his own, and he’s forced to move back in with his bible thumping parents. Their disdain pushes Malik to the brink and he leaves for the shooting range. Afterwards, he meets Camdyn and the two engage in a private conversation. Once they do, Malik discovers Camdyn has the key to his happiness. Though both men know this, they’re unable to make their feelings completely known until the end, when they discover their mutual affection for weapons as well as their desire to play the dangerous game of mixing business with pleasure.