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Only Human releases October 16, just in time for a Halloween read! It’s a funny, offbeat M/M story about a young man who finds himself suffering under a necromantic curse… a plight made way better by getting to know his doctor’s super hot (but super dead) receptionist. This is a warm read, featuring both nerds flirting and the living dead. First released in the Less than Dead anthology, I’m super happy that I get to share it with you all as a standalone release!
Only Human contains:
- Coffee shop dates
- Navigating past the imminent pressure of a necromantic curse to approach a relationship in a healthy manner anyway
- A big buff zombie nerd
- Proper communication skills and owning up to one’s mistakes
- And a steamy sex scene!
I’m super excited to announce that my latest novella, How Saeter Robbed the Underworld, is now available for pre-order with Less Than Three Press! A mythological romance between a trickster demi-god and the son of the God of Love—what complications could there possibly be?
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The day before his coming-of-age ceremony, Eirik has a fight with his best friend—who had pointed out that, adopted by a pair of traveling warriors as Eirik was, how can he know who his ancestors are to celebrate them? Embarrassed and angry, he’s not in the mood for the story his fathers insist on telling him.
Despite himself, however, Eirik becomes engrossed in the tale of the son of the god of Love who has never felt pain, and the son of the god of Envy who always does, how they struggle with each other and their community, and how, ultimately, they trick the underworld out of a very special prize.
(Don’t forget to add to your Want To Reads on Goodreads)
Happy book birthday to Smoke Signals, which is now available for purchase! This story is a light-hearted m/m urban fantasy involving a dragon who hoards games, and the put-upon millennial Customer Service Rep who finds himself in charge of taking care of the dragon’s digital collection.
I put a lot of my favorite things in this one:
- A fluffy kitty cat
- Cooking show marathons
- Video Games
- More video games…
- … that feeling like you definitely bought more video games during the most recent sale than you’ll ever get around to playing but the prices were just so good…
- And dragons, obviously!
For sites with non-US versions (Amazon, Kobo, iTunes) it should also be available on your local version.
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Thanks for all your support! Happy reading!
Meredith’s latest book, Smoke Signals, a charming M/M novella featuring a haughty dragon and a very tired CS rep, releases tomorrow! You can get it from her publisher, Less Than Three, for 15% off up until the release date.
Mike St. George figured that working customer support during the Black Friday sale at SmokeSignals, a game distribution company, would just feature the usual sort of problem customers. He wasn’t expecting an aristocratic, self-centered dragon to demand the company send someone to his house to install games in exchange for gold. And he definitely wasn’t expecting that to somehow put him in charge of working with and protecting the digital side of the dragon’s hoard of games. But with a possible promotion in his future, Mike’s ready to take on anything. And while the blue-blooded Zali’thurg might be egotistical and prideful, Mike’s wrangled worse customers on a regular basis. At least this one’s cute, albeit in an ‘apex predator’ sort of way.
It’s geeky and cute, with a totally useless lizard and a super sweet ending. You can read early reviews over at Goodreads!
Readers, are you looking for short books to help you cross the finish line in your Goodreads 2017 challenges?
Authors, are you trying to find a place to promo your novellas and short novels so readers can find them easily?
I made a twitter thread for authors to link their short books here! Check it out, find a new read, and promote your work here! I’ll signal boost whatever you put in.