Pattern For An Angel – New Holiday Release on KU!

Hospice nurse Gabe Martin is bisexual but doesn’t have time for love—his main priority is raising Ian, his adopted five-year-old son. Ian loves wearing dresses at home and wants an angel gown for his kindergarten holiday pageant. When Gabe visits a sewing store to get help with Ian’s costume, he’s assisted by a bewitching employee named Loren who opens up Gabe’s focused world. Drag queen Loren Schuster likes playing with gender norms and...

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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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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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