Friday, January 3, 2014

Welcoming 2014 with a New Cover!

I've returned from an unannounced and unofficial hiatus from...almost everything. The end of the year really chewed me up. I also had final edits for Polyester Prince--which went great! The editing team at Dreamspinner Press is amazing and I'm forever grateful for them. I'm so very lucky to have such a great publisher. (I think I'm gushing...I really shouldn't.)

Anyway! It's now 2014 and time for new plans and fresh starts. To begin 2014, I have Polyester Prince coming out January 24! That's really soon! I also have an author chat on the Facebook page for Dreamspinner Press on January 26. I'll be sharing excerpts from Polyester Prince and answering your questions.

Polyester Prince is the sequel to Paid Leave. If you haven't read Paid Leave it's okay. Polyester Prince is a self-contained story following Kyle Edington, who is introduced in the first book, as he searches all of Albuquerque for his prince in a polyester blend and what he truly wants his life to become.

Here's the cover done by the talented Paul Richmond:
Kyle Edington built his life around clubs, alcohol, nameless sex, and turning a blind eye to his future, but having front row access to his best friend’s perfect relationship leaves him wanting something he doesn’t understand—the white picket fence. After an ankle injury hinders his plans for PrideFest and puts his day job selling furniture at risk, Kyle attends Pride anyway to cheer himself up. Leaving his crutches at home was a mistake, though, and he’s shoved off balance and hits his head.

A bike officer keeps him safe until the paramedics arrive. Kyle’s memory of the event is foggy. He doesn’t recall the name or face of his guardian angel, but he definitely remembers the finest polyester-covered ass in all of Albuquerque.

But when he goes in search of his polyester prince, Kyle realizes relationships take hard work. After he learns the name of that perfect ass, a lifetime of avoiding serious boyfriends leaves Kyle second-guessing himself and making difficult decisions about what he wants for his future.

Available on January 24 through Dreamspinner Press


Have a wonderful 2014!

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