So, my one year publishing holiday is coming very quickly to an end. I have just sent my first 2016 book to Kindle Scout, to be considered for a publishing contract, I will be informed in a few days of its campaign date, but, I’m more amazed that it has already been an year.
Last year, I published On Tour and declared that my last for the next 365 days. I’m more impressed with the fact that I’ve kept to it. I started the year off with an intention, to reedit all my books (work in progress!), to rewrite Gay Brigade and Casey (bigger work in progress!), and to stop taking low starred reviews so harshly (COMPLETED!). Instead, I have decided on, and finished That Awkward Age, which will be released in November, I have started a 4-part drag series ‘The Rose Quartet’, which includes Rose, Jasmine, Cherry Blossom and Daisy and I came up with a completely new idea, the one that will be published this month Rainbow Connection.
More information will follow for each of these books.
The thing with paperhouses are that once they’re wet they tear and when it’s windy they fall down. The year is 1995, Take That are number one, double denim is huge and Beanie Babies are the latest fad but Michael’s world gets thrown into chaos when his date leads to the bedroom and even worst the maternity ward but that’s the least of his worries since a childhood friend has come back into his life, come back and come back with a bang, now nineteen year old Michael really has to make a decision Catherine or Pete?
The emotional story of nineteen year old Michael Taylor-Thomas who’s life is thrown into chaos after going out with a friend becomes a date with sex and an old friends becomes more than a friend.
It is a coming of age and coming out story that was handled very sweetly. I was very devastate near the end of the story though. I haven’t cried that hard in so long. It really tugged at my heart. – Amazon.com
The story is so sad and sweet. I highly recommend it. – Amazon.com
I was a mess by the end. Beautiful story, I will definitely be looking forward to reading more and I am already telling friends about the book. – Lisa Wilde