Recommended reads, and more!

This year during Pride month I did a thread on Twitter where I posted one queer book recommendation for each day of June. I tried to stay away from cis gay main characters and recommend more diverse characters: you’ll find asexual, bisexual, transgender and lesbian characters. Sadly, I haven’t read many FF romances I could recommend, so there are only a few of those. But I asked for recs and added a lot of books to my TBR, so I hope to do better next year!

Are you curious about which books I recommended? Check out my thread here.

Now, more news! Are you interested in reading and discussing more books with trans main characters? Then why don’t you join the new Facebook group for Trans Book Reviews? We will have weekly discussions, and I promise we’ll try and make it as fun and interesting for you as possible! You can join us here.

And finally, here’s a sale! My Christmas short story, A Special Delivery, will be on sale for just $0.50 over at Nine Star Press for the whole month of July. It’s nothing but fluff, with two guys forced to spend the night together during a snowstorm. Plus, there’s an adorable doggo!

Just click on the cover and you’ll be taken straight to the publisher.

Read an Ebook Week at Smashwords

My publisher, JMS Books, is participating in Smashwords Read an Ebook Week. What does that mean? That means that among others, you can get my novella, No Rulebook for Flirting, with a 50% discount. That makes the book $1.50!

All you need to do is go to Smashwords and buy the book using the code RAE50 at checkout. Here’s the link that will take you directly to the book: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/791446

And here are the details of the book:

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When Gabriel goes to the annual gaming convention, planning to play as many games as he can during the next three days, he doesn’t expect to be glared to death in the parking lot by a really cute guy. So when the same guy joins the game Gabriel is playing, Gabriel is determined to make him smile, even if it takes some awkward flirting.

When Aitor makes it inside the convention center after someone steals his parking spot, he doesn’t expect to be so attracted to the man he decided to hate just a few minutes earlier. But as he gets to know Gabriel through gaming and flirting, he just can’t look away.

The game of flirting has no rulebook, but for Gabriel and Aitor, it may just have two winners after all.

And while you are there, don’t forget to check the other books from JMS participating on the promotion. There are some amazing authors there!