Wow, it's been a bit, hasn't it? My apologies for 'slacking' in my blogging, I've had a hectic couple of months in regards to the non-writing portion of my life. But I'm back now, I promise, so let's get on with it. :P
My 'Love Has No Boundaries' short is in the final stages of formatting prior to being posted up on Goodreads' M/M Romance group, and I'm actually quite pleased with the way it turned out, even if it is a tad short. The two main characters were such a delight to work with, even when they pissed me off by refusing to do what I wanted them to do. I can definitely see myself revisiting them later to prod more of their lives out of them. And yes, I will be posting a link to the story's thread once it's released; I might even post the story here after a while, for those who aren't members of the group.
I've also been working on several new ideas for a variety of stories: a pair of vampires who enjoying surfing, my poor cursed flower Calliopsis, a young man named after one of Shakespeare's great tragedies, and a bitter retail employee stuck helping entitled university students.
Oh! I almost forgot, Put You in a Song, my second short story with Less Than Three Press, is due to be released in their serial line up next month. Put You in a Song takes place around a year after the events in Rock 'n Roll Seraphim, and while AJ and Z are in it, it features the band's drummer Rich and his try at finding love. I had a lot of fun putting words to Rich's story, and can't wait to delve back into the characters who make up this world.
*hums and skips back to rewriting The Prince's Flower*