Rainbow Snippets – Pattern for an Angel and News

Hello and welcome to Rainbow Snippets, a fab Facebook group that posts snippets from LGBTQ works. News: A lot has happened since my last snippet. I’m no longer associated with Dreamspinner Press and I expect all my titles to be out of print very shortly. I’m planning to re-release them next year. I’ll soon have a newsletter if you want to keep up with my release dates. Check back soon for the link. My last Rainbow Snippet was...

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Rainbow Snippets – Pattern for an Angel

Hi everyone! Welcome to Rainbow Snippets. I’ve been working on edits for Pattern for an Angel, a story that will be included in Dreamspinner’s Holiday Anthology so I thought I’d give you a taste today. Here’s the working blurb: Hospice nurse Gabe Martin is only 25 years old, but his main priority is raising Ian, his adopted 5-year-old son. Gabe would like a partner but has put dating on hold because of Ian. His son won’t...

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The Player’s Protégé Release and Blog Tour

When his friends bet cynical Jerry that he can’t turn sweet Arlo into a player, Jerry might win the bet but lose his heart. College senior Jerry Helstrom survived a gay childhood in Texas by being fierce and fabulous. At school he gained a reputation as a player and kept his heart so guarded that he’s forgotten he has one.  When his friends bet him he can’t help innocent Arlo Barnes, Jerry takes on the challenge and quickly finds himself drawn...

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Rainbow Snippets – Jerry Has An Evil Idea

Hello, All! Welcome to Rainbow Snippets. I’m pleased to bring you a snippet from my upcoming novella, The Player’s Protege. This 2nd story in The Campus Connections series features Jerry, the snarky best friend of Eric in The Kinsey Scale. Cynical Jerry has been tasked by his friends to mentor sweet Arlo in “getting himself out there” after a break up. In the course of his mentoring Arlo, Jerry has a naughty idea…...

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Rooftop Wishes and Moonlight Kisses, A Winter Solstice Short Story

Nick pushed open the door to the rooftop of Tay’s LA apartment building, juggling a blanket, a bottle of red wine, and his guitar. Tired from another week of retail sales, with only four more days until Christmas, he wondered why he’d accepted Tay’s invitation to ring in the winter solstice by watching the lunar eclipse. Only Tay…. It was a thought he’d had many times since they’d met at that open mic night half a year ago. Only Tay got him...

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Rainbow Snippets Home is Where the Christmas Trees Are

Hello, All! Welcome to Rainbow Snippets. We enter the Christmas season this month. I love Christmas trees and Christmas lights, and needless to say, my home is already decked out for the holidays. Today I bring you a snippet from Home is Where the Christmas Trees Are.  This is a short story from a Dreamspinner Holiday Anthology. SNIPPET Dex piloted his tree-laden car through the Whiteaker, which had become quite the hipster brew-pub...

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