This year I’ve managed to post two free stories, Electric Blue & Catnip and You Make Me…Crazy. Both of which I was happy to finish and turn into e-books. I had a lot of help with both e-books and I truly appreciate those people who contributed. In between the day job, unbelievable accidents and life in general, I’ve managed to think up new plots. Following please find e-books by yours truly to look forward to.
On the desk:
A Rescued Life
Genre: M/M Romance
Rating: Mature/ R – this book contains content considered unsuitable for young readers 17 and under, and which may be offensive to some readers of all ages.
Stabbed and left for dead, Toshiro Shindo is at the end of the rope: no hope, no one to care, no reason to live. And then Jason rescues him, and shows him kindness and then love. When the man who stabbed him returns for him, Toshiro fights to keep the life Jason rescued.
I recently finished this, you can read it right here. I’m hard at work re-editing it and getting it ready to become an e-book. I’ll post an update when the book is available for free on Smashwords. Thanks L for the awesome cover. I’m amazed every time.
That Dog, Young Jae
Genre: M/M Genre
Min Ho Jun hates everything about Young Jae. It doesn’t help that the man practically lives in the same house with him, so he has to put up with him every single minute. When Min Ho’s best friends leave the country for a year, he is left with no one to talk to.Life takes an unexpected turn when he finds love in the most unlikely place.
This story is a short I wrote a while back. I reread it the other day, and it was full of nostalgia. I think I had the most fun writing this story. That Dog, Young Jae is available on smashwords,
although its cover is undergoing a change,and I’m re-editing it. My awesome friend decided to make a new cover and re-edit it. (Thank you, L. For your hard work.)
Jade Sang is an aide worker with the Seren Foundation, posted in Mombasa. She’s worked in hard places, helping refugees in camps and it has taken a serious toll on her. She is recovering in her quiet home by the beach when she gets a call that her fiancee is in trouble. Jihu Ming is the reason why Jade joined the Seren Foundation. He’s a doctor working with aide organizations offering medical services in refugee camps around the world. Recently stationed in Dadaab, Jihu’s vehicle is attacked by militia and he is injured. Afraid for his life, Jade decides to find him in Dadaab and take him back to Seoul.
She enlists the help of Derek Woo on the journey to save Jihu. Jade and Derek’s connection is fast, and irrevocable. They fall in love on the journey to save Jihu, and have a hard time parting. When it comes to love and marriage, Jade is faced with a decision that affects three lives.
This is a work-in-progress, currently available on this blog. Read it here.
Genre: M/M Romance
Rating: this book contains content considered unsuitable for young readers 17 and under, and which may be offensive to some readers of all ages.
When his boyfriend stands him up again, Haje Young decides to meet his twin brother for a drink instead. On their way home, Haje, his twin brother,and their best friend get into a tragic road accident. Right after his brother’s funeral, someone tries to kill him and Haje makes a terrible discovery.
He must find a way to trust the man who saves him from death while he works to find Zavier, the man Haje believes is responsible for his twin’s death.
This is a story I’ve worked on for too long. I’m working on finishing it. I’ve had a few troubles in the editing process, but I’ve found a solution. I’m pushing it to end by the end of this year. (angel of good fortune, please look upon me.) It is a work-in-progress you can read here.
You Make Me…Mad : I started this because I missed Kim Jaehan, Dan and Rebellion. There are those stories you write just to enjoy the art of making up a story. This is one of those.
So, my end of year schedule is full right? I hope I can reach these goals of mine.