Welcome to January’s Birthday Blog, with a post – or maybe more – a day for your entertainment and fun :).
Today’s guest is HUNTER FROST. Please show your appreciation for the post if you enjoy it, and all the author’s links are below for you to take forward. Watch every day for any Rafflecopter giveaways, and don’t forget there’s ALSO a Grand Prize Draw at the end of the month for ONE lucky commenter.
Many thanks for dropping in, and have a great January!
Hello everyone and the happiest of birthdays to the fabulous, Clare London. I’m excited to be part of this wonderful celebratory month on Clare’s blog. My name’s Hunter Frost and I write m/m erotic romance for a variety of publishers.
Today, I wanted to feature a collection (though Amazon calls it a boxed set) in which my veteran and physical therapist story, The Courage to Heal, is included. This set of stories is from JMS Books, and it’s their 2015 Top Ten Gay Romance shorts.
This collection of top selling stories released at the start of the year and rode the best-seller list on All Romance for nearly two weeks! I’m so proud to be included among these fantastic authors. I think it’s an amazing deal for 120k+ words! Please check it out and let me know what you think.
And thank you again, Clare, for the opportunity to appear on your lovely blog!
2015 Top Ten Gay Romance brings together the best-selling short stories published by JMS Books that year.
From first love to true love, from submission to sensual, from heat to sweet and everything in between, the couples in these stories are sure to keep you turning the pages as you fall in love with them.
With stories by J.M. Snyder, J.L. Merrow, Edward Kendrick, Hunter Frost, Drew Hunt, Lisa Gray, A.R. Moler, Rebecca James, Jeff Adams, and J.D. Walker, this head-over-heels collection goes beyond bedtime reading. Whether happily ever after or happy for now, there’s an ending for everyone in here!
Contains the stories:
* Hat Trick Overtime: Summer Camp by Jeff Adams
* The Courage to Heal by Hunter Frost
* Surprise Gifts by Drew Hunt
* A Pebble in the Water by Lisa Gray
* Partners by Rebecca James
* Let Go of Loneliness by Edward Kendrick
* Batteries Not Included by J.L. Merrow
* Djinn: What’s In Your Box? by A.R. Moler
* Just My Style by J.M. Snyder
* A Cowboy for Keeps by J.D. Walker
Hunter Frost Bio
Hunter lost a bet at a blackjack table and begrudgingly traded temperate Southern California for the sweltering heat of Las Vegas. There she resides with an extremely tolerant boyfriend and two cats named after her favorite beverages, Latte and Java.
When she’s not dreaming of returning to coastal living, Hunter works at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, from where she recently received her Master’s in British history. In order to appease her muse, she writes the kind of fiction that keeps her sane. She adores romance in all forms, but prefers her stories with two heroes that find their happily-ever-afters with each other.
Follow the month’s posts at your leisure:
Jan 01: RJ Scott on her inspiration for a new series in 2016.
Jan 01: Temple Dragon on giving for free during December.
Jan 02: Chrissy Munder on an author’s passion for paper planners.
Jan 03: Meredith Russell on inspirational cop series.
Jan 04: Becky Black on her five-year anniversary as an author.
Jan 05: Alexa Milne on characters stepping outside their comfort zone.
Jan 06: Sandra Lindsey on her dancing shoes challenge.
Jan 07: Anne Barwell on her WWII trilogy at Dreamspinner Press.
Jan 08: Elin Gregory on reviews – past, present and future.
Jan 09: Eli Easton on mature heroes and our life choices.
Jan 10: Julie Moffett on the geek in us all.
Jan 11: Jaime Samms and the rewards of an online life.
Jan 12: LC Chase on paying kindness forward.
Jan 12: EM Lynley on the recipes that add taste to her books.
Jan 13: Nicki J Markus on falling in love with her characters.
Jan 14: Vicktor Alexander on giving thanks to friends and fans.
Jan 16: Joanna Chambers on the spark of joy from reading and writing romance.
Jan 17: Jordan Castillo Price on esteem-building New Year do-overs.
Jan 18: Lillian Francis on deciding on when to come to an end.