New in March 2020: SKIN (paperback edition)

"I only dance when you can touch." - Joanne, Company (1970).

Many readers have asked me in the last couple of years when SKIN, my horror e-novella published through Bold Strokes Books in 2017, will arrive in paperback.

It gives me great pleasure to announce that on Friday, March 13, 2020, you will finally be able to put your hands around this voodoo thriller. Pre-order NOW through Amazon, or your favourite independent bookstore.


"Heart-stopping!" - Sinfully MM Book Reviews

"...kept me on the hook in the slow and clever revelation of Skin's characters, and then threw out a surprise twist at the end." - The Novel Approach Reviews

"...a devastatingly good read!" - Joyfully Jay

" draws you in and won't let you quit reading it." - Gay Book Reviews

Sins of the Son Blog Tour #6: GLUTTONY and GREED

Hi all. Welcome back to my own humble little blog for the final stop on my Sins of the Son blog tour. It’s been a wild ride through Pride, Envy, Sloth, Wrath, Lust… leaving just Gluttony and Greed to explore. If you’ve made it here, thank you so much for sharing the trip with me.
I’m combining these last two sins into one post because I really have very little to say about gluttony, and almost too much to say about greed. That might be because greed I think is the one sin without a valid form of expression. Pride is essential for our survival and growth. Envy is a natural response, to be processed rather than resisted. ‘Sloth’ is sometimes necessary for self care. Wrath… is a dangerous one for sure, but processing our anger in a healthy, productive way also empowers us to right some of life’s wrongs, big and small. And lust? My tolerance for sex-shaming has long expired.
Gluttony’s a tough one because it can be interpreted in so many ways. Too much of a good thing is bad for you? No …

Announcing the Official SINS OF ThE SON Blog Tour

Starting next week, SIN IS IN with the Sins of the Son blog tour! Join me at each stop with a new blog post dedicated to a favourite sin. Plus, there'll be a a giveaway at each of the first 5 stops!

 Jan 15: PRIDE - Love Bytes Reviews
If you can't love yourself...

Jan 16: ENVY - Joyfully Jay
Is the grass really greener, or is it just you?

Jan 17: SLOTH - Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words
What's taking so long? Are you even writing?

Jan 20: WRATH - Queer Sci-Fi
Bury your gays? Really? We're doing this again?

Jan 21: LUST - Kimmers Erotic Book Banter
Who's who in the Arcadia Trust dream cast?

Jan 22: GLUTTONY and GREED - Fiendish Whispers

Spread the word, check each stop of the tour for an all new post, and happy sinning!

Pre-Order NOW: Sins of the Son

Happy New Year to one and all! Especially to my dear Arcadians, who I'm sure would like to know that Sins of the Son, book 3 in the Arcadia Trust series is available NOW for Pre-Order from Amazon (follow link), or your favourite bookstore.


Abandoned by his werewolf lover, the only thing Reylan wants is to return to his vampire life of blood and beautiful boys. It's a solid plan, until his first meal as a single man tries to kill him.

Hoping to free his young would-be assassin from the religious zealots that sent him, Reylan enlists the help of Iain Grieg, a charismatic priest with unsettling knowledge of the night's secrets.

Surrounded by conflicting agendas and an army fuelled by hate, Reylan fights to secure his future, if he can only trust the mysterious priest and bury the ghosts of the past.

Cover Reveal: Sins of the Son

Happy Holidays, Arcadians. Coming January, 2019:

10 LGBT Movies from 2017 You Really Should See

As I looked back on the movies I'd seen in 2017, thinking about my favourites, I noticed the atypically high number of queer movies on that list, so many that I felt they kind of justified their own list. There were heavy hitters like Call Me by Your Name and God's Own Country, but also quiet, blink and you miss them treats like Center of My World. In short, it's been a terrific year for LGBT movies, to the point that Norway, France, Finland, South Africa, and Chile all chose LGBT films as their submissions for this year's Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.

Both the South African and Chilean films (The Wound and A Fantastic Woman, respectively) are still in the running for that prize, though having seen neither, I can't really include them here. Nor have I seen the much talked about Tom of Finland, which got a weirdly shortlived release in Canada and hasn't yet hit streaming. Still, here are 10 new LGBT movies I did see in the past year that you really should t…

Chatting Up the WROTE Podcast!

Need some weekend listening? I'm on this week's WROTE podcast, talking about Skin, writing the paranormal and the world-building behind it, dark heroes and LGBTQ antiheroes!

Visit my WROTE page and listen to the podcast at the link.