Take It Slow has arrived!
That's the link to my new book, Take It Slow, the sequel to Take It EASY. Daniel finally gets home, sort of. He's not ready to forgive his dad, despite the cool rescue by Nick, Easy, and Mano. They take him to Mama Sasy's and there he meets Benny, who helps him in many ways (like sleeping without nightmares!). They become close, he settles in at Mama Sasy's, but has a hard time warming up to her because she's so close to his dad. He's also not sure how he feels about the fact that his dad has spent the two years he's been in hell, helping out the young gay men at Mama Sasy's. It will all come right, but he'll have to take it slow.
It's been a long time coming, but Daniel was always in the back of my mind, wanting to come home. I'm glad to revisit the other wonderful characters at Mama Sasy's and meet some new ones, as well.
I hope you like it. I hope you all buy it and read it and let me know what you think. I love hearing from readers.
Another thing I'd like to hear is from you all: What do you watch, if anything, on Bravo or Logo? Do you find yourself looking at someone and thinking...I could so put him in a book? Or, does that happen to you in RL - Real Life? Recently I did several photo shoots, but one had a so very cool, gay interior designer, and I just watched him and listened to him and thought I'm going to use some of your story in my next book...you're perfect. If I had more courage I'd have told him so! Cute, talented, smart, well-spoken, creative, funny....yeah, he's gonna show up...a little, in the next one. That ever happen to you?
At the end of the day I will send a pdf copy of Take It Slow to someone who answers my posts. Let me hear from you.
By the way, it's 3:15 a.m. so I'll be back close to noon...as I'm not going to bed yet! Sorry. I'm all turned around...work...write better at night and sleep late. Bad, I know. I'll get up as soon as I can and check this.
Thanks to everyone at Torquere, especially Liz and Alessia, for helping get this out and looking just like I wanted. I so appreciate it.