Dreamspinner Weekend Reads and More!

UnfortunateSon_smallAll right, you guys, here’s your chance to get me for cheap. Er, my books, that is! Three of my titles are on sale in ebook for just 99 cents this weekend for the Dreamspinner Press Weekend Reads promotion: Unfortunate Son (book 1 in the Sons series), Sand & Water (my first novel), and En Fuego (a novella).

And as if that wasn’t enough, everything else at Dreamspinner is on sale for 35% off through Monday, so you can pick up my whole backlist for a steal!

Plus! Amber Allure is having a Black Friday sale with 60% off almost everything, including my novella Accidental Love.

Go on, reward yourself It’s the holiday season! ;)

RELEASE DAY! Nobody’s Son Blog Tour/Parties/Giveaways Galore!

Today’s the day! Nobody’s Son, book three (and the last novel) in the Sons series, is now available! Blurb and buy links:

NobodysSon_600Who wouldn’t want a nice cup of tall, dark, and gorgeous? Shaun Rogers does. He’s working at the front desk of a clothing-optional gay resort when Conrad “Con” Brooks walks in. The sweet, funny, and smart IT guy is there to install a new network and security system, and sparks fly between the two men from the start. Trouble is, Shaun’s hiding his sexuality from his grandmother, the only family he has left, and that makes him reluctant to take the leap with Con.

Then a man claiming to be Shaun’s absent father shows up out of nowhere, throwing Shaun completely off balance. His life spiraling toward chaos, Shaun soon discovers that his “father” is hiding secrets of his own. When things come to a head between them, it’s Con who comes to Shaun’s rescue—but the incident could force Shaun into a decision he’s not sure he’s ready to make.

Dreamspinner Press: Ebook Paperback
All Romance

I’m launching a short blog tour today, featuring a giveaway of a $25 Dreamspinner Press gift certificate and ebook of both Unfortunate Son and Wayward Son. Here’s where to find me:

11/16: Prism Book Alliance (with a bonus giveaway!)
11/17: Ever After Romance
11/18: The Novel Approach
11/19: World of Diversity Fiction
11/20: Love Bytes

Also today, the fabulous Vicktor Alexander is celebrating his birthday (HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!) with a party at his site featuring all sorts of giveaways, including a print copy AND ebook copy of Nobody’s Son! Wheeee!

Tomorrow, I have two more release celebrations! All day long, I’ll be participating in Amy Jo Cousins’ Facebook release party for her new book, Real World, which will have giveaways and lots of great recipes  because we like food. And then tomorrow night from 7 to 8 p.m., I’ll be taking over the Dreamspinner Press Twitter feed and will have even more giveaways.

And after all that, I’ll probably sleep for a week. :D

AllRomance Features Unfortunate Son, plus Rainbow Awards and a Blog Tour

UnfortunateSon_smallFirst up! Unfortunate Son is a Featured Bargain at AllRomance eBooks today: get 50% off! Great time to grab a copy and get started on the series, with book three coming out in just a week.

In other great news, Unfortunate Son, along with the follow-up Wayward Son, received Honorable Mentions in the 2015 Rainbow Awards. (For those who aren’t familiar, an Honorable Mention means that at least one judge awarded 36 or more points out of a possible 40. It’s separate from the final award placement; for example, Playing Ball received an Honorable Mention and then won the category in 2014.)

NobodysSon_600And finally, next Monday I’ll be embarking on a blog tour in support of Nobody’s Son, book three in the Sons series. I’ll kick things off at Prism Book Alliance, and I’ll post the full tour schedule here as well. There’ll be prizes, naturally, so be sure to check back and check out the tour to win! (Great big thanks to William Cooper and IndiGo Marketing & Design for putting the tour together.)

A New Month, A New Challenge (or Two)

I’m making a stab at National Novel Writing Month this year. You might notice a little word count meter over in the right-hand margin. It’s tied directly to the NaNo website, so when I update my word count over there, it updates here, too.

I actually climbed out of bed early yesterday so I could hit the ground running. I had 2,021 words written before 10 a.m. (the extra hour to sleep helped). I’m trying to get up early every morning this week to keep the momentum going, but eventually my innate disdain for crawling out of bed will probably take over and I’ll be back to writing in the evenings.

I waffled back and forth on which book I’d work on this month, but the college boys won out. Out of Bounds is the first in a planned series set on a fictional college campus. It’s M/M, but the series will include M/F and F/F as well. This one is a roommates-to-lovers story about gymnastic teammates.

I am keeping the other book as a back-up plan if the first one stalls. That’s the story I’m developing for Dreamspinner’s Dreamspun Desires line, a category romance titled Dating the Dad Next Door. Yeah, that kind of gives away the basic plot there, doesn’t it?

There are a few things standing in my way for this NaNo. I have a book release later this month, so I have promo and blog posts to do for that (though I’m about halfway done with the blog posts already). There’s Thanksgiving, of course, and I don’t know what the plans are for that yet. And my mom is going to be having knee surgery at some point, which could throw a big monkey wrench into everything.

In the meantime, though, I’m going to type as fast as the words come. If I hit the 50k mark, great! If not, I’ll still have words that I didn’t have before. Progress is always a good thing.

To my fellow NaNoers, happy writing!

COVER REVEAL: Nobody’s Son (and a bonus!)

I’m thrilled to show off the cover for my next release, Nobody’s Son, book 3 in the Sons series. Check out the pretty:


(Design by Paul Richmond and Maria Fanning.)

The blurb:

Who wouldn’t want a nice cup of tall, dark, and gorgeous? Shaun Rogers does. He’s working at the front desk of a clothing-optional gay resort when Conrad “Con” Brooks walks in. The sweet, funny, and smart IT guy is there to install a new network and security system, and sparks fly between the two men from the start. Trouble is, Shaun’s hiding his sexuality from his grandmother, the only family he has left, and that makes him reluctant to take the leap with Con.

Then a man claiming to be Shaun’s absent father shows up out of nowhere, throwing Shaun completely off balance. His life spiraling toward chaos, Shaun soon discovers that his “father” is hiding secrets of his own. When things come to a head between them, it’s Con who comes to Shaun’s rescue—but the incident could force Shaun into a decision he’s not sure he’s ready to make.

Nobody’s Son releases on November 16 from Dreamspinner Press. Preorder links are available at the Dreamspinner site and are forthcoming for Amazon and AllRomance.

Ebook preorder
Paperback preorder

And now for the bonus! On December 31, Dreamspinner will release a short epilogue to the Sons series, featuring all seven of the men from the series. I also have the cover art for Sons and Brothers to share!


(Design also by Paul Richmond and Maria Fanning.)

The blurb for Sons and Brothers:

As the end of the year approaches, seven gay men in their own unique romances ring in the holidays in their own unique ways. Six months after they started dating, Evan Day and Riley Yeats are settling into living together in Riley’s loft. Across town, Shaun Rogers and Con Brooks are celebrating an old-fashioned Christmas with Shaun’s family. But when threesome Mikey O’Malley, Jimmy Black, and Cory Lassiter pull off a big New Year’s Eve surprise, their friends find themselves considering the future of their own relationships.

No links for this one yet, so stay tuned. :)

Here are all the Sons series covers, lined up and ready for admiring:


In case you’ve missed the first two books in the series and want to get caught up, here are the buy links!

Unfortunate Son (Sons, Book One)
Dreamspinner Press: Ebook Paperback
Amazon Kindle
B&N Nook
All Romance

Wayward Son (Sons, Book Two)
Dreamspinner Press: Ebook Paperback
Amazon Kindle
B&N Nook
All Romance

Why Fantasy Romance, with Antonia Aquilante

Today my guest is Antonia Aquilante, here to talk about her first novel, The Prince’s Consort, and her choice to write a fantasy story.

Thank you for having me here today, Shae! I’m Antonia Aquilante, and I’m happy to be here to talk with you about The Prince’s Consort, my debut novel releasing October 16th from Dreamspinner Press. The Prince’s Consort is a fantasy romance, which is one of my favorite subgenres of romance, both to read and to write. I’ve been reading fantasy and enjoying fantasy stories since I was a child—I loved fairy tales and stories of other worlds and magic. Journeying to Narnia or Prydain or Oz or any number of other places set my imagination flying. When I was around eleven, I discovered Tamora Pierce’s Song of the Lioness Quartet, and then dove into the works of authors like Mercedes Lackey and Anne McCaffrey, and basically lived in the fantasy section at my local bookstore and library. I loved immersing myself in the worlds they created and getting to know the characters who populate those worlds, and returning again and again. Fantasy stories swept me away in magic and adventure.

Around the same time, I read my first romance novel—a Nora Roberts that I still have the same worn copy of on my bookshelf. I was twelve, and I proceeded to devour romance novels the way I devoured fantasy novels. I didn’t have to haunt the bookstore for these for a while—I just borrowed them from my mom’s bookshelves. I loved immersing myself in romance too, in the way the characters met and how relationships progressed and happily ever after was reached. Stories of romance swept me away too, and I fell in love with the romance genre as well.

But as much as I loved fantasy novels, something started to bother me. I loved the fantasy worlds and the fantasy plots, but I wanted more of the characters and their relationships. I wanted more than just the romantic subplots that might or might not end happily. I wanted more romance in my fantasy. And I wanted happily ever after. (Because some fantasy is very romantic but not very happy.) I still read books that are more fantasy than romance and romances that have nothing to do with fantasy stories, but I do love finding that perfect combination of both.

I often gravitate toward this idea in my writing – fantasy worlds but stories that focus on romance and the building of relationships in love, friendship, and family. The Prince’s Consort came from there. It’s a fantasy story, taking place in a fantasy world. Tournai is a place filled with magic, both large and small. Tournai’s royal family, for instance, possesses a secret magical Talent that is steeped in legend. But at its heart, the story one of two people coming together, falling in love, and fighting to stay together. I hope you enjoy visiting Tournai and seeing Amory and Philip fall in love as much as I did.

ThePrincesConsort_coverThe Prince’s Consort
M/M Fantasy Romance
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Anne Cain
Release Date: October 16, 2015
Length: Novel (290 pages)

Legends tell of large cats defending the principality of Tournai, but such creatures have been lost to time.

Or have they?

Prince Philip inherited the throne at a young age, and since then, his life has centered around ruling his country and resisting those pressuring him to take a wife and conceive an heir—forcing him to hide his attraction to men. When kind-hearted Amory is offered to the prince in exchange for more time for Amory’s father to complete a commission, both Philip and Amory are horrified. But Philip agrees to keep Amory at the palace, where they gradually become friends, then lovers. For the first time in his life, Philip is free to share not only his heart, but the magical shape-shifting ability that runs in the royal bloodline.

Neither Amory nor Philip imagined falling in love, and they certainly don’t expect the lengths those who oppose their relationship will go to keep them apart—maybe even resorting to murder.


About the Author:

AntoniaAntonia Aquilante has been making up stories for as long as she can remember, and at the age of twelve, decided she would be a writer when she grew up. After many years and a few career detours, she has returned to that original plan. Her stories have changed over the years, but one thing has remained consistent—they all end in happily ever after.

She has a fondness for travel (and a long list of places she wants to visit and revisit), taking photos, family history, fabulous shoes, baking treats which she shares with friends and family, and of course reading. She usually has at least two books started at once and never goes anywhere without her Kindle. Though she is a convert to ebooks, she still loves paper books the best, and there are a couple thousand of them residing in her home with her.

Born and raised in New Jersey, she is living there again after years in Washington, DC, and North Carolina for school and work. She enjoys being back in the Garden State but admits to being tempted every so often to run away from home and live in Italy.

She is a member of the Romance Writers of America and the New Jersey Romance Writers.

Website: www.antoniaaquilante.com

Twitter: www.twitter.com/antoniaquilante

Facebook: www.facebook.com/AntoniaAquilanteAuthor

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/44514257-antonia-aquilante

Dreamspinner: http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/AuthorArcade/antonia-aquilante

“What Happened in Vegas??” Blog Hop Wrap-Up

You guys! I cannot say enough thank yous to the authors and blog sites that teams up for the “What Happened in Vegas??” Blog Hop, celebrating the Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage throughout the United States. The complete list of links to the stories is below. Each post highlights an LGBT charity that the post’s author supports, so be sure to check those out!

Here is the complete schedule:

8/3 Shae Connor The Novel Approach
8/5 Kelly Jensen Charley Descoteaux
8/10 Holley Trent Kelly Jensen
8/12 Grace R. Duncan Prism Book Alliance
8/14 Ann Anderson Anne Barwell
8/17 Jenn Burke Dirk Greyson
8/19 Jana Denardo J.P. Barnaby
8/21 Anna Zabo Hearts on Fire
8/24 C. J. Anthony Love Bytes
8/27 Nicole Dennis Joyfully Jay
8/29 JP Barnaby Bike Book Reviews
8/31 Hunter Frost Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words

Recommended: Eugie Foster


Many of you have probably heard about the controversy surrounding the 2015 Hugo Awards, which were given out (or, notably, not given out in several cases) at Worldcon over the weekend. I’m not going to get into the details, but one of the biggest disappointments around the whole thing is those deserving authors who were denied a nomination as a result. One of those was Eugie Foster.

Eugie was a good friend, my predecessor as director of the Daily Dragon at Dragon Con, and is sorely missed by all who knew her. Her final short story, “When it Ends, He Catches Her,” was published the day before she died, was nominated for a Nebula, and should have been on the Hugo ballot as well.

Eugie was a previous Hugo nominee and Nebula winner for her novellette “Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast.” A complete list of her many fiction titles is available on her website. You can’t go wrong with any of them.

Meeting the Parents with Erin and Racheline

My guest today is Erin McCrae, here to talk about her latest release with co-author Racheline Maltese, Twelfth Night, the second in the Love’s Labours series. Take it away, Erin!

If you’ve ever dated anyone, chances are you’ve had some version of the awkward, unpleasant, or just downright embarrassing version of the meet-the-parents experience. For me, it was the first time I met the woman who would become my mother-in-law: I had just slept over at her house, with my then-boyfriend, now-husband, Ben.

As far as I knew, his mother was fine with him having girl- and/or boyfriends sleep over. But I’d never slept with someone and then had to look their parents in the eye before. As far as my emotional state was concerned, embarrassment was an understatement. Like, what smalltalk was I supposed to make while standing in the kitchen of a woman I’d never met before, whose son I had just slept with. Also, I was in my pajamas. It is hard to feel like an adult in pajamas.

Like in Twelfth Night, when Michael has to admit to his parents that he’s dating someone seventeen years older than him, and John has to admit to his parents that his boyfriend is seventeen years younger than him…and a boy.

We love writing about people navigating romantic relationships and having awesome sexytimes (and Twelfth Night has plenty of both). But we also really like the fun, and farce, and yes, embarrassment, of people meeting their S.O.’s parents for the first time. Because no matter how embarrassing or awkward things get as our heroes try to introduce their boyfriends to their families, it makes a great story.


Twelfth Night CoverMichael and John, a May/December couple, navigated the repercussions of their gay-for-you love affair in the hothouse of a summerstock theater production.

Back in New York City at the conclusion of their show’s run, John is overwhelmed by his obsession with Michael and the difficulties of learning to date again after the death of his young son and his recent divorce. John gradually comes out to his colleagues, his football rec league friends, and even his ex-wife.

But when he invites his parents over for Christmas to meet the person he’s been seeing, the holiday—featuring Michael’s family’s amateur production of Twelfth Night—quickly turns into a French farce of potentially catastrophic proportions, forcing John finally to take the lead in claiming his evolving identity as he takes the next step in his relationship with Michael.


Erin McRae is a queer writer and blogger based in Washington, D.C. She has a master’s degree in International Affairs from American University, and delights in applying her knowledge of international relations theory to her fiction and screen-based projects, because conflict drives narrative.

Racheline Maltese lives a big life from a small space. She flies planes, sails boats, and rides horses, but as a native New Yorker, has no idea how to drive a car. A long-time entertainment and media industry professional, she lives in Brooklyn with her partner and their two cats.

Together, they are co-authors of the gay romance series Love in Los Angeles, set in the film and television industry—Starling (September 10, 2014), Doves (January 21, 2015), and Phoenix (June 10, 2015)—from Torquere Press. Their gay romance novella series Love’s Labours, set in the theater world—Midsummer (May 2015), and Twelfth Night (Fall 2015)—is from Dreamspinner Press. They also have a story in Best Gay Romance 2015 from Cleis Press and edited by Felice Picano. You can find them on the web at http://www.Avian30.com.

Social media links:

Joint Blog: http://Avian30.com
Joint Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Erin.and.Racheline
Erin’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/erincmcrae
Racheline’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/racheline_m
Erin’s Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8323893.Erin_McRae
Racheline’s Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1015335.Racheline_Maltese
Erin’s Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/Erin-McRae/e/B00M7A0SVC
Racheline’s Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/Racheline-Maltese/e/B001JRVS2C

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John doesn’t expect Michael to be as weirdly taken with the ocean as he is with the wild woods. It doesn’t seem like his element the way the trees are. But he is mesmerized by the beach almost instantly upon their arrival, insisting they walk along the hard wet sand of the tide line. It doesn’t matter how many times John says their muscles will ache unhappily tomorrow from miles walked at the edge of the frigid fall water; Michael either doesn’t hear him or doesn’t care enough to respond.

John is fascinated as Michael keeps a close eye on shells and rocks. One is shaped like a small egg, and he’s disappointed when it’s not. Still he makes John hold it for him, running ahead to a rock jetty to comb through the midden of mussel shells left by persistent and angry seagulls.

John tries not to be horrified, but the sight of Michael’s fingers picking through the dead bivalves and seaweed stinking in the sun is a bit much.

“What’s this?” Michael asks, eventually, holding out a shell, colored and swirled, to him.

It’s in perfect condition, and John is about to be impressed with the find until he realizes there’s still a creature using the shell as its home.

“That’s an animal in there.” He doesn’t actually know what kind. But it’s gelatinous and of the sea and not really a thing they should be messing with. They’ve seen dozens of jellyfish washed up on the beach already today.

“Does it go in the ocean or not in the ocean?”

“Ocean,” John says. He’s not 100 percent sure, but he suspects, like the jellyfish, the sun and the birds will eventually cook and peck it to nothing if it’s not saved by the sea.

Michael throws the shell back and returns to the tide line as they walk, gaze carefully on the ground and picking at every shell he sees that looks like whatever creature he just rescued. Most of them have their animals in them, and John suspects the coming hurricane that’s going to ruin their trip is churning them up.

As Michael throws each one back into the water, John is charmed that he’s trying to save creatures that have no spine, names he doesn’t know, and forms he’s never seen before.

Eventually Michael decides they can leave and reaches for John’s hand. John flinches away. It’s not the strangeness of the town this beach is attached to, half religious meeting town, half gay beach paradise. There’s even a club down the block from their inn that advertises “Less Lights, More Fun!” It’s that he can only think about whatever bacteria Michael is now coated in from all the dead mussels.

God, but he’s going to look like an idiot explaining that.

When he tries, stumbling through a mini monologue about seaweed and sea creatures and sand, Michael just listens with his head tipped to the side.

Finally John’s speech drags to a halt under Michael’s incredibly unimpressed gaze. He sighs and starts again.

“Okay. I swear the handholding thing has nothing to do with anything except your gross dead bivalve hands. But I think I may be freaking out.”

Michael blinks at him. “Did this start when we checked in and you had to deal with people who know we’re here to fuck?”

It’s sharp, but John knows he probably deserves it.

“You know I don’t mind being out in public with you,” he says cautiously. He wants to be honest with Michael, but he also doesn’t want to provoke anger by being less willing to be out than Michael deems sufficient.

Thankfully Michael considers John for a moment and then grins. “Somewhere in the romantic beach getaway, I got that.”

John lets out a relieved sigh and wraps an arm around Michael’s waist. He wants to prove his willingness to be fully in this relationship without shame, but life is also just better when they’re touching. Michael leans into his side, and they start walking down the sand again.

“But it’s something I can’t help being aware of,” John says quietly as they walk. “What we are and what people see when they look at me. Which apparently means I’ve found my internalized homophobia, and I am completely aware of how gross that is. I’m going to work on that, but there it is.”

“You still want to, like, go out to dinner tonight and make out on the boardwalk, though, right?”

“Oh my God, you have no idea. I want to tell everybody about you.”

Michael smirks. “So why don’t you?”

“Coming out at my age is kind of more complicated than it is at twelve. Or however old you were when you did.”

“I was fourteen, thank you.”

“So how did you come out to your parents?” John asks after they walk for a few minutes in silence.

Michael cracks up.

“I’m serious!”

Michael buries his face in John’s arm and apparently can’t stop laughing. “You do understand how ridiculous this is, right?”

“I understand that I’m forty-two and have to come out to everyone in my entire life that I give a remote shit about, because you are addictive and fascinating and wonderful and also are sadly holding me to some pretty legitimate ethical standards. So help a guy out, okay?”

“I was making out with my first high school boyfriend in the living room, and my mom walked in.”

John is entirely not surprised. “So hey, when you meet my family, let’s not go with that plan, yeah?”

“Yeah,” Michael says, drawing the word out in a way that makes it clear it’s his turn to be defensive and weird.

John smirks, pleased to be off the hook for the moment. “You haven’t told them about us either,” he says smugly.

Michael mumbles something against John’s arm.

“What was that?”

“You’re really old,” Michael says. “And they’re going to freak.”

Joe Cosentino’s Drama Queen In Audio

My guest today is Joe Cosentino, here to talk about his recent release Drama Queen, the first in his Nicky and Noah mystery series, which is now out in audiobook format!

My novel Drama Queen, the first Nicky and Noah mystery, came out in June and has frequently been in the top twenty in its category on Amazon Kindle’s bestseller list since its release. The paperback is taking off now too, and everyone’s been telling me it should be made into an audiobook. So I was thrilled when Steve Berman told me Lethe Press was producing an audio version of the book.

With twenty-four characters of all ages/races/genders/sexualities/personalities (one bipolar), as well as Nicky and Noah using their theatre skills to impersonate other people during their investigation, it was important to find the right narrator. The audiobook is now available narrated by Michael Gilboe, a gifted actor, character voice artist, and college theatre professor/director—like Nicky Abbondanza, the leading character. Michael has a dry wit in his reading, which fits the wacky humor of the series. He also does an incredible job bringing to life all twenty-four characters!

The audiobook is on Audible and Amazon, available for download on any audio device or computer. I think you will laugh hysterically at Michael’s performance, and be captivated by the clues, red herrings, reversals, and surprise ending of the story. Don’t miss it!

Audiobook purchase links:


DramaQueencoverIt could be curtains for college theatre professor Nicky Abbondanza. With dead bodies popping up all over campus, Nicky must use his drama skills to figure out who is playing the role of murderer before it is lights out for Nicky and his colleagues. Complicating matters is Nicky’s huge crush on Noah Oliver, a gorgeous assistant professor in his department, who may or may not be involved with a cocky graduate assistant…and is also the top suspect for the murders! You will be applauding and shouting Bravo for Joe Cosentino’s fast-paced, side-splittingly funny, edge-of-your-seat, delightfully entertaining novel. Curtain up!

Paperback: 194 pages
Publisher: Lethe Press
Language: English
Cover Design: Ben Baldwin
ISBN-10: 1590214676
ISBN-13: 978-1590214671
Release date: June 6, 2015

Paperback: Lethe Press || Amazon
Ebook: Smashwords || Amazon (Kindle)

About the Author

Joe Cosentino is the author of Drama Queen, the first Nicky and Noah mystery (Lethe Press), An Infatuation (Dreamspinner Press), Paper Doll, the first Jana Lane mystery (Whiskey Creek Press), and “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” (Eldridge Plays and Musicals). He has appeared in principal acting roles in film, television, and theatre, opposite stars such as Bruce Willis, Rosie O’Donnell, Nathan Lane, Holland Taylor, and Jason Robards. His one-act plays “Infatuation” and “Neighbor” were performed in New York City. He wrote The Perils of Pauline educational film (Prentice Hall Publishers). Joe is currently Head of the Department/Professor at a college in upstate New York, and is happily married. His upcoming novels are Drama Muscle, the second Nicky and Noah mystery (Lethe Press), A Shooting Star (Dreamspinner Press novella), A Home for the Holidays (Dreamspinner Press holiday novella), The Naked Prince and Other Tales from Fairyland (Dreamspinner Press fairytale novella), and Porcelain Doll, the second Jana Lane mystery (Wild Rose Press).

Web site: http://www.JoeCosentino.weebly.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/JoeCosentinoauthor

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoeCosen

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4071647.Joe_Cosentino

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00KRPXJP6