Blood, sweat and tears really don't matterJust the things that you do in this garden.(Levellers - 'This Garden') I was thinking.I like to do that occasionally, but I rarely give myself the time. I...
Checking Him Out is a gay romance (M/M romance, if you like), so fair warning is given here about the sexual content. If you prefer contemporary, non-explicit stuff, why not try Hiding Behind The Couch?
Checking Him Out - book one - is available for free!
Checking Him Out For the Holidays - a short festive novella
Hiding Out - a novella featuring George, Josh and Libby from Hiding Behind The Couch meet Matty and Noah from Checking Him Out
Taking Him On - book two - Noah and Matty's story.
Checking In - book three - More antics with Sol and Adam.
Seeds of Tyrone is a series of gay romances, so again, fair warning is given here about the sexual content.
Leaving Flowers - book one - Patrick and Aidan's story
Where the Grass is Greener - book two - Chancey and Seamus's story
Christmas Craic and Mistletoe - book three - Paulo/Harrison's and Tom/Michael's stories
HIDING BEHIND THE COUCH is a series of novels and short stories about a group of nine friends - The Circle - who first met at school.
They've been described as the literary equivalent of 'Take That' - there's a character to suit everyone.
Why not dip into the story and see what you think?
I write character-driven stories, but they can be about ANYTHING and I don't like to stick to one genre. Thus, there's some CONTEMPORARY ROMANTIC FICTION that's LGBTSQ (i.e. it's about people, people!), plus a little SCI-FI FANTASY of the amateur quantum physics (time travel-ish) variety and a little HISTORICAL FICTION too!
I'm a social scientist, specifically of identity politics and the radical deconstruction of gender and sexuality. In non-jargon, imagine a world where your gender isn't on your birth certificate, you can marry who you like, wear what you like, cats and dogs, living together, mass hysteria... BUT it doesn't have to be! Just imagine.
From My Blog
The best thing about being friends with Josh was that George had never had to say it out loud. He knew the word for it now. He was gay. It had taken him until he was in high school to properly understand what that meant, but Josh had always known and accepted that George liked boys.
Josh didn't seem to like anyone, not even enough to want to be friends, never mind fancying them. But then, Josh was a year younger than everyone else. Sometimes George's voice went funny, and Josh said it was breaking, which meant he'd reached puberty, and George had noticed his body was changing in some places. He didn't like to ask if the same thing was happening to Josh.