I’m here today to talk to you about my new book, Forbidden, from NineStar Press. It’s a erotic romance novella that centres on two very different seeming guys who can’t help their attraction to each other. This has been a book that’s a long time in the making—my first new book in 3 years. The reason? Writers’ block. No really. What, I can’t use that excuse? I’ve had a long time to mull over my 3-year case of writer’s block and to think about its causes. Is it that I’m lazy and self-indulgent? I like to think not. It was … Continued
I’m Sara York and I’ve written a few Men in Uniform type of stories, and research is a huge part of writing. Not that long ago I had the opportunity to dress in full riot gear and do a simulated building invasion with the SWAT team. Above and beyond it being exceeding cool to be carrying an M15 in my hands, and a Glock on my hip, the vest I was wearing had all the bells and whistles that would make any SWAT team member envious. The first piece of equipment I had strapped onto me was a harness … Continued
Uniform: A Man in Uniform MM Bundle Authors: Brenda Cothern, H.L. Holston & Eleanor Bruce, Whitley Gray, E.M. Leya, Ethan Stone, Sara York Release Date: November 30, 2015 Genre: M/M Tags: Military, Seal, Cop, Police, bundle, gay, GLBT Length: 198 pdf pages Blurb Meet the men in uniform. These are everyday men who put on a uniform and become our heroes. Through good times and bad, they are there to save the day, sacrificing more than most of us can imagine as they put their lives on hold in service to us. Love doesn’t wait until life is calm, and … Continued
Hello all. I’m at GRL and I did my first Word of the Day of the conference. Yesterday I was going to dinner with Amber Kell and J Scott and we talked about words for wasting time. So I did a word of the day with mine. I really hope you like it and I hope to do more words of the day while I’m here with some guest worders. Enjoy!!!!!
Once upon a time, in a land far far away…. No, that’s not right. Well, it was what seems a long time ago now, I visited Seattle and fell in love with the area, the forest (I got to stay in the national forest there, in on of the cabin/park areas!), the city, everything. If I could move and stand it (I hate moving and moving as a single parent across the country… did that once, yeah, so not happenin’ again!) I would move to Seattle. So, when I decided I was writing a shifter story (series) or rather, Keith … Continued
I know I’m a little late and this should have gone up yesterday, but I completely forgot. Here’s another short video with the word of the day. I really hope you like this one.
I wanted to come up with something special for Labor Day weekend and today’s word of the day comes with an assignment for you. So take a look and be sure to let me know if you were successful. Have fun!!!!!
I’m trying out something new. The word of the day. I thought I’d make short videos to have a little fun. I made the first one today, so I’d love it if you’d take a look and let me know what you think. Is this something I should continue, or do you think its a little off somehow.
Charity information I’d like to spotlight the work of the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity. This organization promotes diversity in gender identity, gender expression, and romantic and/or sexual orientation in all its forms on a national level through services in the areas of education, health, and advocacy. You can learn more about the Centre’s programs at http://ccgsd-ccdgs.org/. If you’ve enjoyed this story, consider making a donation. Partners in Every Way by Jenn Burke Iskandar ached all over. All over. One giant ball of ow. Not the first time, probably wouldn’t be the last, but usually…usually he could remember what had … Continued
Thanks for having me! My new book, Fever of the Fox, was an idea that sort of came to me through the characters. Growing up, I lived in an area that was essentially a melting pot of many different cultures, with friends from all sorts of different backgrounds. One on my closest grade-school friends was a Japanese-American girl whose house was like this amazing shrine to her parent’s homeland. I used to love going over there to play with her, especially outside in their beautiful garden. There was this cool little statue of a fox that I remember looking at … Continued