Dec. 28th, 2014 02:55 pm
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My books are now available on Amazon! :-)

To be exact, they've been available since just before Christmas, but I was too exhausted to post about it, and then went away for the holiday.

I suspect I should be cool and professional about this, but I am just ridiculously excited. (I already got a five-star review for Love for the Cold-Blooded! Wheee!)

Ahem. ;-)

My next move will be to make the books available on Smashwords and B&N, and to put out paperback versions of Love for the Cold-Blooded and Learning How to Lose, in Six Easy Steps.

Also, if you were wondering (worrying?), no, I don't actually intend to cross-post everything on my author website and this journal. *g* So if you want to know all the details - say, about book promotions, and what gave me the idea to write about part-time evil minions accidentally dating socially awkward superheroes, and all that kind of thing - come find me over there, or on Facebook.

Big News!

Dec. 4th, 2014 11:32 pm
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Later this month, I'm going to self-publish three m/m novels under the pen name Alex Gabriel. Two of the novels may look familiar to you, though they've been thoroughly overhauled; they're "Learning How to Lose" and "First Contact". One is brand spanking new, and is called "Love for the Cold-Blooded, or: The Evil Minion's Guide to Accidentally Dating a Superhero".

I am ridiculously excited, and somewhat terrified.

My website's here, if you're interested. I'm planning to post there about topics loosely related to writing and reading. If that sounds like it might be your thing, please swing by! I'd love to see you there. (Also, if you do drop by, please tell me what you think. I'd very much appreciate a heads-up on anything you feel could be improved. This includes the book blurbs.*)

I'm also on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr as Alex Gabriel; the links are all on the website. I haven't really had time to do much of anything there, though, including find anyone. Not to mention that I'm still learning the ropes when it comes to the care and feeding of Facebook... but if you're hanging out thereabouts too, I'd love to meet up. :-)

* Full disclosure: Blurbs are the invention of the devil. Or perhaps a demon who didn't so much fall as saunter vaguely downwards.


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