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No Souvenirs

No Souvenirs came out yesterday and wow. Thanks, guys. It's making best seller lists at Amazon and Books on Board and My Bookstore and More. I'm so glad because it felt like it really worked. I'm glad people were excited about Kim's story. He was fun to write, pairing him with an opposite (yet not) like Shane made for some interesting sparks.

I've been thrilled with the reviews so far. The one at Dear Author couldn't have been more flattering if my mother had written it. (Come to think of it, my mother would have probably been a whole lot less flattering. She's pretty critical in her reviews of anything--not just me. No, she's not Mrs. Giggles.)

I'd insert the cover image, but I am a technological failure today and can't make that work.
So if there's anyone who hasn't grabbed it and is looking, here's one of the places you can find it.

No Souvenirs

Thanks again so much to everyone who's been willing to plunk down some hard-to-come-by cash to hang out with my characters. I hope I gave you a good read.

Comments

ozambersand
Jun. 3rd, 2010 01:29 pm (UTC)
As an avid reader (and wannabe writer of m/m) I love finding an author I've never read before. The first book of yours I read was Chasing Smoke and since then I've read them all (seven?) finishing up with "No Souvenirs".

You've just joined my list of :When's the next book coming" authors (along with Josh Lanyon and Z.A. Maxfield. Love your stories, love your characters.

But liking fell into that further category when I read this bit: "He was going to have to apologize for laughing at that article on the vomeronasal organ in adult humans because this had to be pheromones.", [K. A. Mitchell, No Souvenirs]

It's so nice to find an author who treats the reader (and their characters) as people with brains! (Mind you I had to look up the vomeronasal, but it was worth it).

I Loved "Regularly Scheduled Life" too. It's a pity we already have Tony and Jack as an item, as that would have been an interesting story to read and poor Daniel. What is to become of him!

Thanks for giving me some great reading moments.