Hi, I’m Storm and I’ve finally updated my websites for both pennames. It only took me 18 months…
Anyway, you can now buy reprints of five of my novels by Jules Jones which were previously published by the late lamented Loose Id. They’re available in both ebook and paperback format, and I’m even considering using Amazon’s spiffy new hardback service. My stuff at Nine Star Press is also available from both their own website and the usual third party retailers. Links below are via Universal Book Links and will take you to a large selection of booksellers.
A Collision With Reality – sorry folks, this is still the only part of In Like Flynn I’ve completed. It is every bit as annoying to me as it is to you, because it was fun writing absolute filth. 🙂 Half of the series is written; it would be nice if some of that half was in a single story, preferably the second one.
I have a short story collection, Stormy Nights, being published by NineStar Press on 24 July 2017. 🙂 For $3.99 you get 9 stories totalling some 45,000 words from both my pen names. The stories are a mix of reprints and new material, and cover a range of genres. You can find more information and pre-order it now at NineStar’s own website. It will also be available later from the usual third party retailers.
Sex and love, lies and truth, shades in between. Happy endings and might-have-beens. Nine tales of these things between men.
Some news on the writing front – I’ve sold a short story series to NineStar Press, and the opening story is now available for pre-order before release day on 2 January 2017. 🙂 Details below, along with selected links (I haven’t had a chance to chase them all down yet, but am assured by my Shadowy Mistresses that it will be available in all the usual places).
A Collision with Reality
by Storm Duffy
Flynn’s new boss is so hot he can’t wait to get home to tell the chatroom how much he wants Dom’s cock down his throat. By Friday, he’s shared quite a few thoughts on what he’d like his boss to do to him. But he’s not as anonymous as he thinks, and Dom’s intent on disciplining him for breaching company policy on social networking. Dom gives him a choice of put up or shut up: he can play out the fantasy in real life, or he can walk out of the office without a word to HR as long as he never talks that way about Dom again. Flynn chooses “put up”—but he’s forgotten about one of the things he said he wouldn’t mind doing.