It’s recently come to my attention that there was a formatting problem with my latest release, In Memory of Us, where certain characters ended up being shown as questions marks in the ebooks. I want to apologize to everyone who ended up with a faulty copy. This should not have happened.
Loose Id has since fixed the error and reuploaded the file to vendors. I hope that you can redownload the book wherever you’ve purchased and get an updated file that way.
Agan, I am so sorry.
(If you have received the book from me through a giveaway I will contact your personally.)
Happy to announce the book’s now available for purchase at Loose Id, All Romance ebooks and Amazon!
Hope you enjoy!
I’m giving away an ebook copy of my upcoming book In Memory of Us, which will be out from Loose Id 3/31. The giveaway will be open from now until Monday 12pm CET. The winner will be drawn randomly. To enter, please leave a comment on this post. (And don’t forget to fill in your email address so I can contact you!)
Giveaway now closed! Thank you all for interest and kind comments! Regarding the question if this is going to be a series: I don’t know yet!
I drew the number 8, so our lucky winner is JenCW! Congrats!
Out 3/31 from Loose Id
Kite’s had a crush on Shin since middle school, but never acted on it until the eve of his yearly trip to the States, when he slipped up and kissed his best friend. Shortly after, a tsunami wrecked the country and his hometown, and put all his plans on hold. Now, two years later, he’s back in Japan and he wants to set things right.
When he finds Shin, though, his former best friend isn’t who he used to be. Losing his parents changed Shin and now, instead of following his heart, he’s dedicated his life to studying for university entrance exams and ignoring everything else. He won’t let Kite get close, denying his obvious attraction and all their good memories.
Kite doesn’t want to give up on Shin, but he can’t shake the feeling that there’s something his friend isn’t telling him. Something else that happened two years ago on the day of the tsunami. He doesn’t know what it is, just that it’s destroying his friend—and possibly their shot at love.
Spring is coming! And with it, my next release! In Memory of Us has gone to the proofreader and now all I have to do on that front is wait. (You can find a synopsis of that story in an interview I did over here)
Meanwhile, I have finished another story (52k, contemporary m/m, tentatively titled Lies and Loyalties) but I’m going to let that one lie for a month or so before giving it another read through and sending it out on submission.
To occupy my time until then, I’ve claimed a prompt in the Love is an Open Road writing event over at the m/m romance group on Goodreads. I’m going to be writing about a wolf shifter who finds his mate–only to find that his mate is asexual. I think I’m going to have a lot of fun with that. (And maybe I’ll finally manage to write a story that doesn’t suddenly turn DARK)
I’ll also be working on polishing up my first novel Taming the Dragon so I can publish that one sometime around May or June. Lot’s of exciting stuff ahead!