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I have a pretty new cover for my book coming to Amazon on February 24! This was so much fun to write, y'all. I can't wait to share it with you! Available for preorder now:

Sometimes unrequited love sours to hate … it will take something off the wall to turn it around.

Rye avoids the royal family most of the time, but it's his duty to deliver his family's tithe to the annual harvest festival. While attempting to avoid one princely annoyance, he finds a princess swimming in the moat. He rescues her from the resident dragon, though he's not quick enough to save her memory. When she wakes up, she mistakes him for her brother and looks to the castle rampart with a fear she can't name.

Prince Cyril is certain the moat dragon is innocent of his sister's murder, but when his mother sends him to escort the kingdom's beast expert back to the castle, he jumps at the chance to reconnect with Rye. They were friends once. Prince Cyril is certain they'll be more than friends again, if only he could convince Rye he's more than the poor scholar Rye teased when they were kids.

An assassination attempt forces Cyril to hide at the farm, and each effort to restore the princess's memories ends in hilarious failure. Prince Cyril and Rye succeed only in irritating each other to no end until another feeling rears its ugly head. Love or no, a prince can't marry a farmer, even if their relationship is key to restoring peace in their kingdom.

Off The Wall is an 80,000 word male/male high fantasy friends-to-enemies-to-lovers romance with comedic and cottage core elements. It has a farmer turned rescuer, a himbo prince who complicates everything, and a playful moat dragon. There's snark, spice, and a guaranteed happily ever after.

Content Warning: Off the Wall contains fantasy violence with swords, assassins, and the aforementioned hungry moat dragon.
mmromance #lgbtqpride #sff #highfantasy #indieauthor

Boots worn by Empress Maria Feodorovna, 1880s. State Hermitage Museum.

If anyone ever tries to convince you that your nation would be better served by a private health insurance system, rather than having government managed healthcare, that person is your enemy. They are trying to kill you.

Someone paying 10x as much for Insulin.



"Allegations that a romance author faked her own death have the book community ablaze: ‘She just came back from the dead?’

"The romance novelist Susan Meachen said in a Facebook post that she's alive, well, and wanting to write again about two and a half years after her apparent suicide was announced."

I've been meaning to do this for a while, but it's "new year, new you" time, so here goes:

I changed my profile picture from my logo to my face.

I find it much easier to be a person here than I did on Twitter.

I'm still both, obviously, but I do find that I say things here I never would have said at the other place, and it's nice to be able to be me. I appreciate that both the platform and the people here don't make me feel like I have to self-censor as much. 🙏

What a nice idea. The exact opposite direction retail in the US is taking. 😿​

Dutch supermarket chain to open 200 new "Chat Checkouts" to combat loneliness.

I love Mastodon. For real this gotta be the only app you can shout you are black and gay and actually get likes 👍🏾
This app full asf of open minded real people.
Y'all fire asf 🔥
Love you guys .

#OneLoveMastodon #LGBTQ #BlackMastodon


Forbidden Devotion (Paranormal Hunger #1) by

I adore Lee Colgin. Ever since I stumbled across Beneath The Opal Arc, I've read every book of hers I can get my hands on.

This book is the beginning of a new series and looks like it is going to be as entertaining as her past works.

In a world where there is no love lost between vampires and werewolves, there have been wars in the past, but a third great war might be the end of the races.

I liked the take on born vampires being more human before they decide to turn. And I had never thought about making a werewolf only dorm with an RA Alpha to form a pseudo pack. I guess if there were werewolves going to college, that would be a thing.

Can't wait to pick up the next two books.

@lgbtqbookstodon @mmromance


I was hopeful about importing my GoodReads list into BookWyrm and switching over. But, the importing looks like it still has some kinks to work through.

It's strange that most of the exports don't include ISBN. This almost looks like a way to make it harder to leave the platform.

Do you have any advice on how to improve these matches? Or am I going to be doing an awful lot of manual updating?

Short and sweet anti-crypto documentary.

This was an hour well spent. Well written, hits all the important points, and a great launching pad for anyone to ask follow up questions.

Good video to share with family and friends, and warn them of this high tech scam.

Via Stephen Diehl on twitter:

Who Said It: Elon Musk or Mr. Burns? 

The Simpsons character and the guy ruining Twitter often sound a lot alike.

Test yourself to see how well you can separate our cartoonish reality from the world of “The Simpsons.”

#MrBurns #Simpsons #quiz #ElonMusk

I really hope 2023 is the year of the weird and chaotic nude bear (comic by Lukey McGarry)

Happy #PublicDomainDay! If you’re looking for a newly #CopyrightFree ebook to read, why not check out the latest releases at #StandardEbooks ( Several titles first published in 1927, now in the #PublicDomain, have been copyedited and prepared by our contributors over the last few months and will be published on the site today! You can already see some titles by #AgathaChristie and #DorothyLSayers on the site, with more books to come! @bookstodon #Bookstodon

In honor of Sherlock Holmes' official full entrance into the public domain, I would like to share one of my favorite @neilhimself short stories: "A Study in Emerald." #publicdomain #sherlockholmes #neilgaiman

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