Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Finding Friendship is in the home stretch

Finding Friendship, book one of the Finding Trilogy, will be out of editing the end of next month. The cover is done, and it will need proofreading and file conversion.

The Finding Series tells about a bromance between a straight management consultant and a gay graphic artist. It explores the many issues each brings to the relationship; the difference in sexual orientations is not the most important.

Anyone who buys Finding Friendship will get instructions for obtaining a free copy of a book written by the straight guy's puppy. My Very Own Autobiography: Emgee Adopts a Pet. Each of the three volumes will have a free  volume of Emgee's book to accompany it.

Monday, July 25, 2016

Life Continues now availalbe at Amazon Kindle

Life Cotinues, the sequel to five-star-rated Life Struggles, is now avaiable at Amazon Kindle.


Thursday, July 21, 2016

Life Continues, the Sequel to the five-star-rated Life Changes, goes live Friday July 29

Alex's mother, and Ethan's wife, is dead. Alex acts out and makes his step-father's life miserable. Ethan, on the other hand, is struggling with his responsibility for Alex, as well as his profession, journalism. Not to mention that Ethan is getting serious about a woman, who is alreay serious about a man, who is already serious about his boyfriend. Watch the dominoes fall.

Ethan travels around the country writing stories, such as the average day of a police officer, and life in towns and cities where German, Polish, French and Portuguese are the first language of most residents, some of whom have lived there for seventy years.

Ethan and his girlfriend attend a party thrown for a pair of visiting Swedih-speaking Finnish nudists. Would the U.S. have invaded Iraq if its men's manslems hadn't been cut as infants? Read and find out.

Dana's parents visit and want to take Alex to their home in Madison, Wisconsin, where he will get a proper upbringing. They are outspoken social liberals and lifetime members of the NAACP. They just want to get Alex away from an envionment in which colored people visit his house, which is located next to two homo-sex-walls.

Drama, grief, closure and humor appear when least expected.

Monday, July 18, 2016

Life Continues Status

Life Creates is finally out of editing and the cover art is complete. It will be sent for conversion today, and should be available on in the Kindle Store by the end of the week.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Things are finally coming together

Finding Friendship, Volume One of the Finding Series, entered editing yesterday. Expect publication in September.

Life Continues, Volume Two of the Life Story Series, entered editing today. Look for publication in August or September.

Friday, July 8, 2016

New books are coming together

Hope your summer is going well.

Finding Friendship, volume one of a trilogy about a bromance between a straight man and a gay man, is mid-way through beta reading. Cover is two months overdue, and I'm seeking alternatives. Then I need to find an editor and proofreader, convert and upload. Probably another two months. About 250 pages. The companion free novella, Emgee Adopts a Pet, is ready except for converion. Will be uploaded to Amazon Kindle simultaneously with Finding Friendship.

Life Continues, volume two of the Life Story Series, a tale of the relationship between a thirty-one year old journalist and his nineteen-year-old stepson, is a month overdue out of editing. Still need proofreading and a cover. Will be uploaded to Amazon Kindle within a month of exiting editing. About 225 pages.

The Men of Carolina, a stand-alone novel about the fourteen-year journey of a gay man's search for love, is through beta reading. Cover is done, need an editor and proofreader, then conversion. Probably another three months before upload to Amazon Kindle because it's about 600 pages.

Did You Ever See Allegro, the story of a 1969-1970s garage band, should be through development in another month. Look for it before the end of the year on Amazon Kindle