Thursday, July 30, 2009


I love my genre. C'mon--what's not to love about hot men getting it on with other hot men??

But what about those men who are (somewhat) ignored in fiction? What men, you ask? Well, those with disabilities, to be exact. Don't they deserve love and equal treatment? Aren't they entitled to happiness and hot loving, too?

I've written a couple who are blind (Kale Daniels in Onyx and The Next Step; and Eric in my freebie Vacation Planning), I've got one sort of on the backburner about a soldier returning from Iraq with a missing arm and PTSD; and of course, there's Wes, my autistic guy whose story has been in the works/brewing for a while now.

Phaze has a new submissions call out thanks to AJ Bray. The anthology is TouchAble, and yep, I'm determined to write something for it. Question is: what? I have NO idea yet. Suggestions are appreciated. LOL

Anyhoo, if you're interested, here's the SUBMISSIONS CALL.

1 comment:

Ro DuBose said...

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