Gay Book Reviews – Reader’s Best of 2017

Here’s a fun thing going on over at Gay Book Reviews for readers to vote for their favorite M/M book of 2017! You can pick up to 3 (and can fill it in at the bottom to add it in if not already on the list). Looks like, once this closes, the top ten books will move on to a final round of voting.

Also… my book Empty Vessels is on the nomination list. If you read and enjoyed it, it’d be awesome if you’d be willing to vote for it!

Rainbow Awards 2016


I can’t possibly begin to say what this means to me. I got this news while I was on the way out the door to celebrate my 10th anniversary with my fiancee (which is one of those things that, if it happened in fiction, would be totally hard to suspend belief on, you guys), and I actually cried with joy. It’s so, so incredible to me that my first book was this well-received and I’m still more or less incapable of finding the words for it.

Congratulations to all the other winners and runners-up as well*, and please know that so much of the joy I feel is for you too.

In celebration of their placing authors, my publisher, Less Than Three Press, is holding a sale until midnight on December 9 where all the placing books are on sale for just $0.99. That of course includes Beauty and Cruelty, which is a full $6 savings. (EDIT: NOW OVER and back to regular price) . Please check it out—along with all the other winners, naturally! Beauty and Cruelty can also be purchased on Amazon. You can see details on it, along with my other books, on my Books page.

Thank you so much to the Rainbow Awards judges for this honor.

*At the time I put this link  up, the URL directs to the contest-hosting page, but it should shortly be updated with the full list of winners as announced on Elisa Rolle’s blog and Twitter.

Queer reads in the Rita Awards 2016!

Congratulations to:

Alexis Hall (whose Glitterland I reviewed here) for winning the Erotic Romance category with For Real!

Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy for winning the Contemporary Romance: Mid-Length category with Him!

Both are m/m stories and I’m looking forward to reading them. 🙂

And of course, congratulations to all other winners, listed here.

Edited to add:
Last year, the Rita Awards included The Saint by Tiffany Reisz, where both the male and the female protags were bi. Check that out while you’re at it! Congrats again to all winners, and thanks to the Rita Awards for including queer romance both this year and last.