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Beating the Bounds [preorder]

Beating the Bounds [preorder]

Hot on the heels of WIKC, I am similarly (VERY) pleased to announce another forthcoming publication, from Less Than Three Press. The team at LT3 are awesome, and continue to put out spectacular works across the QUILTBAG spectrum. I’m a huge fan of the anthologies and collections and am proud to be part of the Fairytales.com collection. Beating the Bounds is a f/f re-imagining of the Tam Lin story, with 100% less magical pregnancies and 100% more small town bureaucracy….

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Wolf in King’s Clothing [preorder]

Wolf in King’s Clothing [preorder]

I am (VERY) pleased to announce my novella Wolf in King’s Clothing will be released by Carina Press as part of the Primal Need anthology in May 2017 – both the novella and anthology are available for preorder now, links here. I’ve really enjoyed working with Carina, and am looking forward to reading the anthology – I love shifters! (What, like that’s a surprise. Are you new.) Writing WIKC was an absolute blast. The first draft felt like the most…

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Release day: Pastures New

Release day: Pastures New

Pastures New is released today! A 15k novella, this is part of Dreamspinner’s Daily Dose 2016, A Walk on the Wild Side. Every story features shifters! Which is utterly my jam (this will surprise precisely no one). Am stoked to read everyone’s stories throughout June! After a successful career as Illustrious Ruckus, three-time winner of the British Open, James Kirby has hung up his saddle. His experience as a horse in the eventing world doesn’t exactly translate to two legs, and he’s struggling…

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Release day: Flight and Fancy (Valves & Vixens 3)

Release day: Flight and Fancy (Valves & Vixens 3)

Valves & Vixens 3 is released today! Valves & Vixens is a collection of steampunk erotica published by House of Erotica. My contribution, FLIGHT AND FANCY, is a 13k gaslamp m/m short, set in Newcastle, UK, mid-nineteenth century. Thomas Whitlock needs a stall at the Ascension Day market if he’s going to make enough money to leave Newcastle for the south. When his latest negotiations with costermongers fail to produce anything but animosity, Thomas permits himself an evening to forget his…

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