The ebook of Release is now available on Amazon. Sorry for yesterday’s confusion! You can buy it here.
Sinfully Sexy says, “I have read and enjoyed Marie Sexton as a writer. But Marie Sexton writing as A.M. Sexton… I LOVE!!! The writing is flawless, a mixture of beautiful prose, darkened by the details of this cruel and evil world she has created. It’s smooth and it flows and somehow she creates a haunting experience. I was enchanted by this story told from Misha’s point of view. It was a truly excellent read and I want more!”
Addendum: So, the ebook isn’t ACTUALLY available on Amazon quite yet. That’s what I get for trying to do ten things at once. Sorry about that! But rest assured, the ebook WILL be on Amazon very, very soon.
You can now preorder Release from Kobo.
Release is also available for preorder from B&N and iTunes. It’ll be on Amazon and OmniLit on June 24. (Although due to me being new at this whole self-publishing thing, the paperback is already listed on Amazon. I need to fix that listing — the blurb is all messed up — but the book is there, if you want to get it before anybody else.)
And don’t forget, I’ll have advance paperback copies at Denver Pride, June 21-22. I hope to see you there!
I hope you’ll follow along on my upcoming blog tour. I’ll be sharing some excerpts and giving away a $50 gift card (winner’s choice of book retailer).
I’ve been back from RT for several days now, although I still haven’t unpacked. As always, RT was fun but exhausting. Shockingly, I seem to have spent most of my time in the bar. Here are a few pictures.
I really enjoyed wandering around Mardi Gras World, and it’s alway great to hang out with friends I only see once or twice a year.
Now that I’m home, I guess it’s time to get back to work. There’s the aforementioned unpacking to do, of course. Also, I found out when I checked in at the Denver airport that my license is expired. Thank goodness TSA still lets you board the plane, as long as it’s not more than a year past its expiration, but that means I get to spend today standing in line at the DMV. Excellent. What more could I ask for, right?
I’m down to crunch time on my dark, kinky, semi-cyberpunk novel, Release. Yes, this is the one I’ve been prattling on about for nearly two years now. It’s in edits, and I’m awaiting the final artwork. I should have a cover to share within the next week or two, and (even better) the book should be available for pre-order (on certain sites) by the end of the month. Release will be available June 24, 2014. Don’t forget, I’m publishing this under a slightly different pen name, A.M. Sexton. If you missed that news, you can read my full explanation here.
I’ll be at Denver Pride on June 21 and 22. If you’re in town that weekend (perhaps for RomCon?), please stop by and see us. I’ll be with the Out in Colorado crew, which includes (but is not limited to) M.L. Rhodes, Caitlin Ricci, Cari Z, George Seaton, and Carter Quinn. I’ll also have advance paperback copies of Release available.
Speaking of Out in Colorado, we attended the NOH8 photo shoot in Denver back in March. Check it out.
That’s all I have for today, but stay tuned for cover art and pre-order information for Release!
Graham and his roping partner Jackson have ruled the rodeo scene for ten years running, but lately, Graham’s heart isn’t in the game. He’s tired of the bruises, the cowboy mentality, and the animal rights activists who picket every event. And then there’s Jackson.
Graham and Jackson have been friends since they were boys. But ever since their drunken sexual encounter the year before, things have been awkward. Graham’s accepted that he might be gay, but no matter how attracted he is to other men, he always panics and runs when the clothes start to come off.
Then Graham has a run-in with one of the rodeo protesters, and everything changes. Kaz is young, idealistic, and sexy as hell. And Kaz has an idea for getting Graham past his nerves and into bed.
All they need is a bit of rope.
Roped In is available now from Amber Allure. It will pop up at other vendors (Amazon, ARe, etc.) in the next week or two.
Normal Enough is now available from Amber Allure! It will arrive at other vendors (i.e., Amazon and ARe) sometime over the next couple of days.
Normal Enough is part of the Grease Monkeys Pax. The other stories in the Pax are:
Bored, Stroked And Blueprinted – KC Kendricks
Mechanics Of Love – D. J. Manly
Wrenching – Deirdre O’Dare
Wrenches, Regrets And Reality Checks – L. A. Witt
All five stories are available individually, but if you buy the entire Pax, you get a 25% discount. Also, Normal Enough and L.A. Witt’s story, Wrenches, Regrets and Reality Checks are set in the same garage. Lori’s story takes place about a year after mine.