Robby Riverton: Mail Order Bride - NOW OUT IN AUDIO!

The audiobook of "Robby Riverton: Mail Order Bride" is now available on audible! The narrator is Matthew Shaw, who also reads my Howl at the Moon books. He does an amazing job with the western accents, especially PaPa. He really brings out the humor in the book as well as Trace's deep sexiness. I had a blast listening to him read the book and I hope you will too!

You can check it out and here a sample here on Audible:  ROBBY RIVERTON ON AUDIBLE

You can also here another sample right here.:


Upcoming Publications

I've updated my schedule of what I expect to publish in 2018. Here goes.... UPCOMING PUBLICATIONS

APRIL 2018  -- Title TBD (but nearly done). A m/m historical romance set in the old west. Riley Riverton is a rising star on the New York stage. But he witnesses a murder committed by a famous crime boss and is forced to go on the run--all the way to Santa Fe. When he still hasn't ditched his pursuers, he disguises himself as a mail order bride he met on the wagon train. Caught between gangsters that want to kill him, and the crazy, uncouth family of his "intended", Riley's only ally is a lazy, gun-slinging sheriff who sees exactly who Riley is -- and can't resist him.

Summer 2018 -- Howl at the Moon #5 (title TBD) - Probably featuring Simon the terrier. :-)

Summer/Fall 2018 -- Another book to be announced

Christmas 2018 -- This year's Christmas book will be part of a series with 7 other awesome authors. Each book will be stand-alone but have a common theme. Mine will have a historical setting. More info later!


"The Little Matchboy" - free Christmas short story

I've written a 6000 word Christmas short story that will be offered for free as part of the Rainbow Advent Calendar. The calendar has free fiction by a variety of authors, one story available each day of December. My story will be out Dec 14th.  You can follow the stories on the Facebook group page here.

If you can't wait, my 2017 Christmas novella, "Desperately Seeking Santa" is available right now on KU here.


Rainbow Awards 2017 - "Falling Down" and "How to Save a Life"

I'm very happy to announce that two of my books placed in the 2017 Rainbow Awards. "Falling Down" was runner-up in the "Best Gay Book" and "Best Gay Contemporary Romance" categories. And "How to Save a Life" was a 3rd place winner in the "Best Gay Paranormal Romance" category. Many thanks to Elisa, who puts so much work into these awards and raises a lot of donations for LGBT charities. You are an angel.  CLICK HERE to visit the Rainbow Awards and see all the winners.


Release day for "Desperately Seeking Santa"!

It's release day for "Desperately Seeking Santa", my Christmas story for 2017. This year's story grew longer than I intended. It's a short novel at 52K words.  I loved writing about Mack, a 6'10", 285 college wrestler. He a shy and guarded man. The protagonist of the story, Gabe, is a journalism student who falls for Mack after seeing him wrestle, never suspecting Mack might be gay or that a friend might set them up on a date.

Meanwhile, Gabe is trying to summon up his spirit of Christmas to write an article about an Elks charity dinner for a local children's home, and to uncover the truth about their mystery Santa.

The story features Jordan and Owen from "Superhero" as side characters but can be read as a stand-alone.

You can read more about "Desperately Seeking Santa", including the first chapter, here.

Here's the link to Amazon. The book is on KU and the purchase price is $3.99.



TENDER MERCIES: Guest Post - The Appearance of Bennie the Pig

Today is release day for TENDER MERCIES!  I've added a new page to the site -- you can click on it to the right. There are buy links and links to Goodreads, reviews, and an excerpt.

Also, today I'm a guest on My Fiction Nook where I share a scene from the book in which Bennie the pig makes his first appearance.




TENDER MERCIES: The Real Life Bennie the Pig

On with the TENDER MERCIES blog tour.  Today I visit Gay Book Reviews with a special post. One of the characters in TENDER MERICES is Benedict, aka Bennie, a little black potbelly pig that wanders on to Eddie's farm and has a big impact. Bennie is based on a true story of a pig that wandered onto my farm in real life. I share the story and photos in this post. Thanks to Gigi for hosting me!



Tender Mercies Tour: Eli's Top 5 Country Life Romances

TENDER MERCIES (Men of Lancaster County #2) releases on Friday! Wow. Can't believe it's here already. The blog tour starts today. I'm on Hearts on Fire where I share my top six "country life" romances. Includes books by Andrew Grey, Keira Andrews, NR Walker, RJ Scott, Pamela Morsi and Daisy Harris.