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Sunday, August 2, 2015

GRL 2015 Pre-Orders & signed books to be shipped

Hi guys. This is my GRL 2015 Pre-Order form for print books. I missed Gay Rom Lit last year in Chicago because I was in the hospital so I'm eager to go to San Diego this year in October. I'll be a featured author and in hopes of trying to not bring more books than I need (which means shipping back to Canada) I thought I'd give this a try.

As you can see, if you order a book and pick it up from me at GRL there won't be any shipping. But I'm also offering signed books for those who can't be there. The shipping price includes having them shipped to me but obviously, if you buy more than one we can work out the shipping price so you're not paying double and I'll refund the difference. You'll need a PayPal account to order but this is very quick and easy to set up and it doesn't cost anything. EDIT - looks like you can pay by credit card or PayPal account on the same link. (I think)

This is the first time that Moonstone - Stone Magic book 1 and Manny's Heart will be available in paperback, and as of the time I'm writing this, I haven't even seen the print versions. I'm very excited to get my hands on them. You'll notice that Manny has a Part 1 and Part 2 in paperback rather than just one long digital copy. This is because at 150,000 words, it was too long to be printed in one book.

If you could be so kind to leave the name I know you by when you order either in the order itself (on PayPal) or in a comment here. Many of us have different names than will appear in other aspects of our lives so I just don't want to get confused as to who has ordered. It would be better for me to do this sooner than later because I'll get a better idea of how many books to order from my publishers. I will have a few books on hand for those wanting to buy from me at GRL but this is really much easier and economical for me.

If you have any questions, leave me a comment or email me at kleemoon66@gmail.com. Have a great summer. :)

PS - if you try this and it doesn't work, please let me know. This is my first attempt so hopefully I haven't screwed it up. ;) 

Unbreak My Heart (signed)

Moonstone - Stone Magic book 1 (signed)

Manny's Heart: Part 1 - Family of Misfits 3 (signed)

Manny's Heart: Part 2 - Family of Misfits 3 (signed)

Ali's Intuition - Family of Misfits 2 (signed)

Lucius' Bite - Family of Misfits 1 (signed)

Domestic Relations (signed)

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

New giveaway! Stone Magic, book 1 - Moonstone

Stone Magic, book 1 - Moonstone came out on July 19 but I neglected to share a part of it or offer a giveaway because of the whirlwind that was Rainbow Con. So I'm offering one now. :) 

Leave a comment for a chance to win an ebook copy of Moonstone. And my question of the day is...if you see a cover with a guy you aren't especially attracted to (like some with this Blue on this cover right here) will you still give the book a chance? :) Contest will be open until Sunday, August 2.

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Manny's Heart Ebook Winner!

Hey, y'all. I apologize for this being so late but I totally got lost in Rainbow Con and in having two big releases at the same time. Yikes!

So anyhow - the winners in the Manny's Heart contest are...drumroll...

Eloreen Moon


Ann Anderson 


I'm going to email you both to get your preferred format option. (or if I'm too slow, message me with info ;) )And thanks to everyone who commented. If you get a chance, I hope you let Manny tell you his story.


PS These are the print books for Manny's Heart. It had to be broken into two books because it's 150,000 words long. They're pretty, right? : I love that LC put the Roma wagon wheel in both parts.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Win a copy of Manny's Heart - Family of Misfits 3!

Happy Almost Release Day to me!

Manny's Heart, the third Family of Misfits books, comes out Friday, July 10 from MLR Press, but I'll be traveling to Tampa, Florida for Rainbow Con that day. If you're familiar with my Family you'll know Manny is the sweetest member of the clan. He's spoiled by everyone especially Ali, but it doesn't go to his head. The little lion had a tough start to life but fortunately found a place where love and adoration runs rampant for him.

This was the longest book I've ever written by at least 40,000 words. At 150,000, it will be available in ebook in its entirety but will be split in two for print copies that will be released at the same time. It was a hard choice and I fear the retail price for the ebook might turn some readers away.

All I can really say is it's 150,000 words of love, sadness, and rejoicing. It was a emotional book to write in some places and I have to say I wrote a character that I totally didn't like for the first time ever. Plus, y'all know I have to break my boys before I can put them back together, right?

I'll leave you with the blurb and an excerpt, plus a chance to win your own ebook copy of Manny's Heart. Leave your name, email address and tell me who your favorite Family of Misfit character is to enter the draw. I'll leave it open until Friday, July 17. Also, I'd appreciate it to the moon if you'd spread the word about Manny. 


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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Interview with actor Jared Allman - HAHBAT post #3

Welcome to my third post for the Hop Against Homophobia, Bi- & Transphobia 2015. One of my favourite things to post on my blog has always been interviews and today I have a special one. It's no secret that I have an extensive gay film collection and am a huge fangirl when it comes to these movies so I'm very excited to welcome Jared Allman to my blog.

Jared is an out actor, model and up-and-coming author known for a couple of movies I adore - Scenes From a Gay Marriage and More Scenes From a Gay Marriage. You can see his full bio at the bottom of this post. But now without further ado, please welcome Jared Allman to my blog.

~Hey, Jared, welcome to Chaos in the Moonlight & the Hop Against Homophobia, Bi- & Transphobia. I really appreciate you stopping by. Congratulations on your Best Supporting Actor win at the TLA Gaybies. How awesome is it that More Scenes From a Gay Marriage won 4 awards?

It's pretty incredible to think that the film and my friends/actors swept the awards when you think about all the notable talent that was also nominated. I was both surprised and humbled to have won. To be honest I did not expect it.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Families aren't always blood. A personal post for the HAHBAT.

Hi and welcome to my second post of the Hop Against Homophobia, Bi- & Transphobia. This is the actual third day of the hop and I hope you've found some interesting posts to promote awareness. Today my topic is a little more personal.

If you know anything about me, you'll know I'm open about the fact that I suffer from clinical depression and have for over twenty years. My illness has forced me into hospital many, many times, and it was during one of those stays that I met John* (name has been changed).

I hadn't been published yet but by the end of the year my first book, Finally Home, would be sailing through the webisphere. It was several months before that when I made a friend in the hospital - yes, on the psychiatric ward. I'll call him John for now. If you've ever been in a psych ward, you'll understand it's usually not the most comfortable of places, there can be little to occupy your mind, and there are some people who scare the hell out of you while others you might just leave a lasting impression on you.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Hop Against Homophobia, Bi- & Transphobia has started!

Hi y'all. Welcome to the Hop Against Homophobia, Bi- & Transphobia. Thanks for hopping along with us. Today is the International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia http://dayagainsthomophobia.org/and this is our fourth year participating.

This will be the main post for my blog, but to be perfectly honest, I'm not prepared. So rather than trying to use my own brain, I thought I'd share a favorite author, poet and playwright of mine whose story is applicable to the cause we've all come together to promote awareness for.

Oscar Wilde was a man living far beyond his period in time. He was born in 1856 in Dublin, Ireland, and the way he lived and died have made him infamous throughout the world. Many people know Wilde for his novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, and the various plays and movies that have been made about it. One of the more well-known films in recent years was Wilde starring the fabulous Stephen Fry. If you haven't seen it, check it out.