August 2, 2015

Heat Wave: Manheim by Feral Sephrian

Heat Wave: Manheim by Feral Sephrian is now available in e-book format!

The start of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire means Wes can finally get back to his seasonal job and distract himself from his recent messy break-up. There’s plenty for him to think about at the Faire, such as his role as a wandering flower merchant, the overwhelming August heat, and Carlo, who plays a handsome knight.

Carlo is the exact opposite of Wes’s ex, Phillip, who won’t let their relationship die easily. The young knight is sweet and caring and chivalrous, but Wes has sworn to himself he’s not ready to jump back into dating yet.

When Carlo collapses off his horse during a joust, Wes has to confront his own feelings for his new friend, as well as Phillip’s constant attempts to win him back.

Read an excerpt or download a copy today!

August 1, 2015

T.A. Creech on Sentinel

To be honest, when I thought up the idea for Sentinel, it was because there wasn't much in the way of a Deist view when it comes to angels. The Divine always seems to be intimately involved at some point, as a guide or a fix-all. I was looking for something else.

After that, the idea just spun out. Hierarchy, with Michael in command of the whole mess, how threats were dealt with, what happened when angels were dirtside. On and on and the world-building became so much, I ended up expanding the idea so much that it would take several books to include all the bits I came up with. When I came to how defense would work, that's when the Muse coughed up the first angel character I needed, though I didn't know it until a couple bits of research later.

Somehow, I stumbled onto the wonderful idea of biblical theosophy. Lists and lists of angels and what the -el means at the ends of their names. That's how I found the Shield, the linchpin to would need to be knocked out to stage a massive offensive against the Host. Castiel.

(And yes, I searched for alternatives and cried over this angel for three days. No other angel has a name that means anything close to shield though, so away I went).

Being a romance author, of course I turned it into a romance plot. And I love cowboys, so, Jason. Then, I figured it was just weird to have a lone guy out in the wilds of Arkansas and that's where the brothers started popping up. After I set it all up, I wrote it by the seat of my pants. Loved every minute of it and can't wait to finish the next three books in the series for everyone to enjoy.

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July 31, 2015

2015 Quarter 2 Queerteen Press Best Sellers


Here are the best selling titles from Queerteen Press:

  1. Bad Idea by Erica Yang
  2. My Brother's Best Friend by J.T. Marie
  3. Hat Trick by Jeff Adams
  4. Masks: Rise of Heroes by Hayden Thorne
  5. I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus by J.T. Marie
  6. Ansel of Pryor House by Hayden Thorne
  7. Without Sin by J. Tomas
  8. Spring Tide Love by Emery C. Walters
  9. My Online Secret Admirer by J. Tomas
  10. Masks: Evolution by Hayden Thorne

July 30, 2015

2015 Quarter 2 Best Sellers


Here are the best selling titles from JMS Books:

  1. The City PI and the Country Cop by Edward Kendrick
  2. The Sarrans Return by A.C. Katt
  3. Bad Idea by Erica Yang
  4. Renovated Heart by J.T. Marie
  5. Just My Style by J.M. Snyder
  6. Living With Syn by A.C. Katt
  7. The Sarran Plague by A.C. Katt
  8. Cowboy Sandwich Book 2: Second Helpings by Drew Hunt
  9. The Courage to Heal by Hunter Frost
  10. Making It Pay by J.L. Merrow

July 29, 2015

Upcoming releases for August 2, 2015


Heat Wave: Manheim
By Feral Sephrian

Heat Wave: Sunapee
By Nanisi Barrett D'Arnuk

Heat Wave: Tuscaloosa
By Jeff Adams