TELLING JASE

June 23, 2012

My short story, TELLING JASE is now available on Goodreads as part of the Love is Always Write series by members of the M/M Romance Group on Goodreads. You currently have to be a member of the M/M Romance Group to view the story. Click HERE to view the book page on Goodreads, and HERE to access the story. If the story gets a positive reception, I may post it as an e-book for download. It will also be available later in 2012 as part of the Love is Always Write collection, but for now it is available only though the links above.

TELLING JASE tells the story of Sean Taggert, who has been in love with his best friend and former college roommate Jase Shaw for the last two years and nine months. He’s never told Jase how he feels, though. There were always other people in the way. Up until six months ago, Jase was shacked up with his cheating college boyfriend Marcus. Up until last night, Sean was engaged to the mother of his two-year old child, Cody. Cody may have been the result of a drunken one-night stand, but Sean would do anything for his son, including marry a woman he doesn’t love. But when Sean’s fiancée Lisa, calls him from her New York vacation to say that she’s left him and Cody for good, Sean calls Jase, the only person he knows who can get him though this.  Now that they are both free, maybe it’s finally time for Sean to tell Jase how he really feels.

What Is Love Is Always Write?

The Goodreads M/M Romance group invited members to choose a photo and pen a letter or prompt asking for a short M/M romance story inspired by the image; authors from the group were encouraged to select a letter or prompt and write an original tale. The result was an outpouring of creativity that shined a spotlight on the special bond between M/M romance writers and the people who love what they do.

If you’d like to view the story and photo, please feel free to join the Goodreads M/M Romance group (http://www.goodreads.com/group/show/2…) and visit the discussion section: Love Is Always Write.

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