Sunday, June 14, 2009


Still in the process of re-building and re-structuring. You should have arrived here through my newly re-built website:

I've created a new site to host the book trailers I'm making. It is accessible through the link here, on my site, facebook and myspace. Or you can travel directly there:

Where you can see the new book trailers for Rick R Reed's "BASHED A Love Story" and PA Brown's "L.A. Heat" and "Geography of Murder"

"Immortality is the Suck" a new vampire, soon to be series, is in edits at Loose ID. I'll have an excerpt or two up in the near future.


  1. Hi!

    I did some half-assed searching for an email address but did not find one, so I'll leave my comments here.

    I am a huge fan of your story Elegant Corpse, most of which I reread today after reccing it to a friend who loved/adored/etc. I realized I had not ever contacted you about the story and thought that was a bit wrong of me, as I always love to hear when others have enjoyed the stories I post. So!

    Loved it! Ohmygod. Fantastic, so much fun to read, thrilling, intensely erotic, engaging, all of this. I love mysteries and thrillers, and I love slash, it almost felt as if the book were tailor made for myself. Roger is such a full character, a bit lonely though I doubt he'd admit it, with a whole life at his back and a question mark in his future. And Sean I adored. So often we see these two-dimensional, desperate-for-it subs, but he was utterly complex and enchanting and absolutely adorable (in a very manly way, of course).

    And then there is Mary Anne. Loved. Her. Women in slash (and I am just going to call it 'slash' instead of 'original m/m fiction') walk a fine, fine line. They often seem either too involved in the protagonists' love lives (pathetically so, actually), or they are Evil Bitches. I loved that Mary Anne filled her role as Roger's partner and also had her own story on the side. I felt there was another book there, maybe a novella, about her and Billy (was that his name? I forget, forgive me!).

    Anyway, I do hope to see more from you in future, and want you to know there is someone in NorCal keeping an eye out for new stories. Keep up the fantastic work!


  2. HI!

    I found you. Somehow or other I lost track of you a while back. but I'm glad you're still writing. QUOD TAM SITIO is still one of my favorite books.