In my ten year journey, some of my books have had more than one home. The two that come to mind first are Moments and Back Home.
23 October 2010 – published with Silver, 7 April 2013 – published with Pride (Totally Bound), 12 April 2017 – published independently by me
2 April 2011 – published with Silver, 1 June 2013 – published with Pride (Totally Bound), 1 June 2017 – published independently by me
Both were written for Silver Publishing, way WAY back in 2010/11, and both went on to be picked up by Pride Publishing when Silver vanished.
They were some of the first books that I decided needed to be back with me as independently published, and I was so happy when they came back 🙂 they've had a load of different covers, but I'm finally happy with the ones I have, and also have Back Home translated.
In fact, with the exception of a few of my translations, every one of my books is with my company and independently published. It's a fantastic feeling for me and where I feel happiest. After everything I've seen in the last ten years, I want to stay indy, but that doesn't necessarily suit everyone. Independent publishing is far from easy because you are doing everything yourself.
Oh well, it keeps me on my toes
Actor Jacob Riley is a typical former Hollywood child star with serious issues. He has already done prison time, and at the age of twenty-six has been arrested for possession yet again.
Quietly working to make the world a better place, Ethan Myers is the owner and manager of Macs, an education center for local, low-income families. Losing his partner to cancer has left him lost and alone, and he buries himself in his work in the hope it will mend his broken heart.
Sparks fly when Jacob is forced to complete his community service at Macs. Despite their best efforts to resist, the two men find themselves growing closer as a spoiled Jacob gains his first glimpse at the real world.More info →
One birthday kiss and Kieran realizes he is in danger of falling for his brother’s boyfriend, Jordan. Leaving for college, then moving to another country is the only way to ease the ache in his heart.
But, when his father becomes ill and his sister begs him to come home, Kieran returns for good. He finds the family business nearly bankrupt and Jordan, the man he ran from, beaten down by despair and guilt.
Friendship is what they promise each other as they work to repair the business, but it could never be enough for Kieran. When secrets spill, and there are vital decisions to be made, Kieran realizes two things; he’s back home, and he wants to stay with Jordan for good.
Now he just needs to convince Jordan.More info →