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I’ve been reading through the other authors’ stories this morning and I’m stunned by the talent, and so happy to be a part of something so amazing – and for such a worthy cause. I’m grateful to Audra North for inviting me to participate, and to Sarah Frantz for being an awesome editor.
My story in this anthology, Sometimes It Storms, was not easy to write. I won’t even pretend it was. It discusses something I don’t talk about publicly very often. Something men are told never to talk about; something we’re often told can never really happen to us; something that happens to far too many women and more men than we’ll ever admit; something many men perpetuate in the most horrible of ways, against women and men alike. It tore a lot out of me to reach down into these memories I’d suppressed and dredge them up as a foundation for my hero, Ethan, and for Aurelie – the woman who gives him hope that maybe he isn’t as broken as he’d thought.
I hope you take more pleasure reading Sometimes It Storms than I took in writing it. I’m not sorry I wrote it. But it hurt like hell, ripped me to pieces, and the most satisfying part was typing “The End” and feeling some sense of closure and relief when it was finally over. In some ways it was cathartic.
But I’m not ashamed to admit that I cried, putting those words on the page.
I hope they make a difference for someone.
|NEW CROW CITY COVERS
The Crow City Series now has a new cover set – dark, sleek, and just in time for the latest book in the series. See the full series covers here.
TWENTY NOTES TO THE ANXIOUS, MELANCHOLY WRITER
|AUTUMN (CROW CITY #2.75)
The latest installment in the Crow City series is here – with series favorites Walford Gallifrey and Joseph Armitage returning in a poignant story of reconciliation and newfound love in the first contemporary M/M in the Crow City Series.