I wrote my first story when I was about seven years old. My teacher, Sister Rosemary, had us write stories for a class assignment and she was the first to notice I had the knack. She was also the first to notice how badly I clutch under pressure of a deadline. As much as I later disparaged romances, I came to realize one of the first novels I tried writing when I was about 14 or so was—surprise, surprise—a male/male romance. 435 pages of college-ruled paper, handwritten blather that really didn’t say much of anything. Since then, I’ve written many short stories and some poetry for various fanzines and APAs, my first semi-pro credit appearing in an erotica journal. My first novel, But I Never Said I Didn’t Love You!, is available from Musa Publishing as an e-book.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org