Month: February 2016

free REVIEW copies M/M new adult Streets Apart

Streets Apart is 32,000 words of New Adult comedy Friends To Lovers romance. That’s about a 3 hour read. You can see the cover, blurb and first chapter here on a separate page on my blog!

If it appeals to you and you will post a review at Amazon then please get in touch.

Email me :

and in the subject heading put: “ARC WP Streets Apart”

let me know if you would like mobi (kindle), epub or pdf format


I will email you the ebook.

BTW: it is in first person, set in Britain but with (mostly) American spelling.

If you don’t want to review it, you can get it from Amazon here:

new streetsapart

A gay friends to lovers romance novella of 32,000 words.

I’m Aaron. I’ve got a crush the size of Europe on Joe, who lives across the street, and when he’s around, I transform into a prize idiot.

The rest of the time I’m a trainee plumber, following my father and brothers into the construction industry. On Sundays, I transform into a player in the amateur football league. In all, a confident, well-adjusted guy. For a 20-year-old virgin who lives with his parents and falls apart over the boy not-quite next door.

Joe’s cute, sexy and fun. I know he’s fun because we used to play together as kids in the massive posh house that he lives in with his parents, the doctors. Now he’s at university, studying literature; we don’t see each other anymore.

How do I ask a guy for a date when I can’t string together a coherent sentence when he’s around, and I don’t even know if he’s gay?

And what’s more, no one knows I’m gay.

This is a feel-good romance about two young men who are crazy about each other and do lots of kissing, hand holding and taking their clothes off.

A complete story with a happy ending.

*** gay friends to lovers m/m romance ***


Arrival M/M dystopian spec fic

Dystopian speculative fiction isn’t for everyone mix in a large dose of MM gay romance and you have yourself a small niche.

Arrival is a novella that is set to appeal to a minority of readers but for those people they are rating it all 5 stars “It’s Amazing” at Goodreads.

If you want to join that small club of spec fic readers arrival is free to read via Kindle Unlimited


it is currently £0.99 or $0.99 on a Kindle Countdown discount deal.

Buy it here:

Desert Flood

Desert Flood


Seven decades after the pandemic that changed the world forever, the population is still teetering on the brink of extinction.
 Alton and Paul are among the minority of men who are virile.
 When Alton leaves his rural male community, he is shocked to discover he is expected to provide sexual services to wealthy women. He can’t do it. He has someone special on his mind.
 Alton feels more than brotherly love for his lifelong friend. After five months apart they will be reunited but does Paul feel the same?
 Men and women live in entirely separate asexual communities, but does the Matriarchy work in the interests of all citizens? Most people are infertile, and male babies are rare. Adult males are generally impotent and lethargic, a consequence of altered DNA. A minority of people still crave physical, sexual pleasure. The West Beach fertility unit doubles as a brothel for deviants, women who desire men.
 Arrival is approx 40,000 words.
This is a standalone book in the series, it is not necessary to read book 1, Deviant.



Warrior m/m sci fi out geek meets warrior

I look forward to receiving the M/M newsletter from the RainbowShelf every week on Friday (due in about 6 hours). I always find 1 or 2 books to buy from those on offer, sometimes more.

This week my own book is on there. WARRIOR Eurydice Chronicle I has been well received so far. I thoroughly enjoyed writing it and am looking forward to sharing the next installment in late spring/ early summer.

Warrior published by Lovelight Press isn’t just for Scifi fans. You can get a feel for the book by reading the excerpt on this site.

Eurydice Chronicles I compressed - Warrior - LLP