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Thursday, July 23rd, 2009
Bittersweet has a release date!

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According to Nik, my editor at Aspen Mountain Press, Bittersweet will be released as a stand-alone ebook on August 14th.

I can’t wait to see what people think of the Candy Man :)

Saturday, July 18th, 2009
Bittersweet’s e-Book Cover!

I got the art for Bittersweet’s ebook release. Amanda has done a great cover for me – look at this!

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I just love it!

Monday, March 16th, 2009
Bittersweet

Great news, today I was able to FINALLY write “the end” on Bittersweet. It’s now off to the test readers who I PRAY will like it. This one really busted my butt and I’ve got no distance with which to judge how good (or not) it is.

I’ll be chewing on my nails while I wait to hear back. I am happy to be able to at least say DONE.

Friday, March 6th, 2009
Bittersweet – Sneak Peek 2 (m/m)

Here’s a second sneak peek at the coming soon (DAMMIT) m/m story, Bittersweet. It will be out soon in ebook from from Aspen Mountain Press and as part of the print anthology, Hot Comfort, from ManLove Romance Press.

Hope you enjoy it.

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Aha! A parking spot right on the street in Freemont. That was rarer than three dry Spring days in row. David pulled his little Mazda into the open space with a sigh of relief. Chris said she’d promised to be there to pick up the naughty chocolates at six and it was already a little after that. He’d rushed out of the office as fast as he could after getting her frantic phone call but being waylaid by a co-worker along the way had cut things very close to the designated pick up time.

He hopped out of the car, taking advantage of a brief gap in the street traffic and raced over to the ominously quiet-looking shop. A glance at the hours listed on the glass door showed that they closed at four p.m. on Sundays. The lights were still on but no one seemed to be inside.

“Dammit!” How was he supposed to pick up something at six when the shop closed at four?

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