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Meet The Author Monday – Chris T. Kat

The Wolf and His Diva—birthed as a Wednesday Briefs flash fiction story


Hello, I’m Chris T. Kat and I’m here to talk about my new release, The Wolf and His Diva, a m/m shape-shifter romance which will be published by Dreamspinner Press on March 12th.

The Wolf and His Diva started its life as a free story early in 2013. At that point I joined a group of flash fiction writers (you can find us at https://wedbriefsfic.com/) and the story was called “To Love a Fox”. I had to stop writing the story because of several books in the production line as well as an increased workload in real life. Continue reading

Meet the Author: Raine O’Tierney

It is a pleasure to meet you, my name is Raine O’Tierney!

I have been writing for a very long time—but this is my first foray into publication. I started writing m/m back in 2004 after I got into yaoi. (Some people love it, some people hate it. For me it was a gateway drug, and the only thing that satisfied the craving for MORE was to start creating m/m myself!)

I am the exact opposite of ‘afraid of the camera’ and I am obsessed with tiny hats, looking goofy, filters, and taking pictures at work. I have also been known to photobomb, when the opportunity arises. Continue reading

Meet The Author: Grace R. Duncan

As mentioned yesterday, the Wednesday Brief Flashers are going to try be posting more frequently on the site. In keeping with our tentative weekly schedule, Monday is meet the author.  To kick off this new feature, Grace R. Duncan has agreed to share a bit about herself and her work.

Meet The Author: Grace R. Duncan


I am fairly new to professional writing – less than a year, at this point.  Choices was my first published novel, my first truly professional endeavor.  I’ve self-pubbed one story before that and since, I’ve added a second novel in the Golden Collar series, a free short and a piece in the Advent Calendar.  The rest of my writing started out as fanfiction, which I’d been doing for some four years before Choices was published. Continue reading