ForeWord Magazine, 2006 Gay/Lesbian Fiction, First Place; maintained #1 in Gay Fiction for 12 weeks and was in the Top 10 for over 40 weeks running.
ForeWord Magazine, 2008 Gay/Lesbian Fiction, First Place; ReaderViews, 2008 Reader’s Choice Award, Gay/Lesbian Fiction, Gold; rose to #2 in Gay Fiction on Amazon.com.
International Book Awards, 2014 Gay/Lesbian Fiction, First Place; Rainbow Awards, 2014 Best Paranormal Fiction, First Place; has maintained a 4.3 star rating for five years running.
Became the #1 bestseller on Amazon.uk in the United Kingdom and #12 in the USA on Amazon.com following its release in 2011.
Q: Is your new book No Place Like Home intended only for the Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender (LGBT) audience?
A: Not at all. No Place Like Home was specifically written for a wide range of readers from all walks of life, while it does feature many aspects of the author’s life, which includes a long-term same-sex relationship and marriage.
Q: Are your novels all LGBT fiction?
A: Tales from Ballena Beach (Strings Attached; Double Bound; Wide Asleep) are aimed at audiences who enjoy Male/Male relationships, but each novel features characters who are male, female, and non-binary. Black as Snow showcased a pansexual male (Sebastian Black) who developed a relationship with a young woman (Reed Banks). From what I understand, my readers do not belong to any one group or sexual identity.
Q: Are your books appropriate for children or young adults?
A: My novels have some adult content and are not recommended or intended for anyone under eighteen years of age.