I can’t believe I finally get to say this, but OH MY GOD MY FIRST RELEASE IS COMING OUT SOON! Here is the first look at my new LGBT short story coming out for pre-order soon on Pride-Publishing.com! After I really put my nose down in January of last year and made getting published my goal, I wrote for five months straight before taking a breath again. At the end of May, this time a year ago, I had a full novel manuscript (stayed tuned for that coming out incredibly soon as well!) and didn’t know what in the world to do with myself. So I decided to take a break and write something short and sweet, but not too sweet if you get my drift.
AND VIOLA! Starling’s Again was written and I had such a fun time with it. Before the pandemic hit, I was lucky enough to have a job that let me travel to so many wonderful places here in the states, and some of my favorites had to be museums like the Wright World War II Museum in Wolfeboro, NH right beside stunning Lake Winnipesaukee, and the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. I got to learn so much about America during the 1920’s-60’s and I loved my experiences so much, I knew I wanted to write a little something set during those times.
I had a great time writing this piece and I hope you all will take the time to read it when it comes out!
October 1943. Manhattan, New York.
Peter Corcoran has been a Friday night regular at the Starling Club for so long that he has his own seat at a back table. From here, he watches the battalion of stunning single ladies take turns dancing with the most handsome man in the whole establishment. That attractive man is not only his best friend but also his roommate—and it won’t be one of the drop-dead-gorgeous women who Daniel Bennet goes home with at the end of the night.
When the closed apartment door cuts off the rest of the world, Danny gives him the first of a series of burning kisses—kisses that never cease to shatter Peter’s universe. But the tiny, cynical voice in the back of his head has him doubting their strange, secret charade and wondering if their romance could ever be more than just an indulgence at the end of the week, when prying eyes aren’t looking…
Reader advisory: This book contains scenes of homophobia.
General Release Date: 28th July 2020
Check it out on the website here!
Stayed tuned for much more coming out very soon!