I'm happy to announce that I've just had a story accepted for Torquere's annual Charity Sip Blitz. If you're not familiar with it, every year for the past several years Torquere Press and it's authors have joined forces to offer a collection of short romances (3000-8000 words) with all proceeds going to benefit a charity. The charity varies from year to year. In 2010 it was Doctors Without Borders, and if you're hearing about this for the first time, please go check out the offerings from that collection: www.torquerebooks.com/index.php   Those stories will be available until roughly mid-September.

This year's efforts will benefit the It Gets Better Project.  The release date is likely to be some time toward the end of September. I'll post an exact date here when I know for certain.

Since these collections share a common theme, they tend to make me step outside my comfort zone a bit. For this collection I'm trying something new - a contemporary story with no fantasy elements whatsoever. It's a brief (for me) window into the lives a gay married couple who work for an environmental emergency response contractor, and find themselves responding to an emergency in the home town one of them had hoped never to see again...



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