What do I write?
Let me start by stating what I do not write. Despite the fact that all but two of my books to date have been published by a company that specializes in M/M Romances, I definitely do not write romances. I think my books can better be characterized as mainstream gay fiction.
You won't find angst-ridden characters in my books who wallow in their feelings at every bump on the highway of life.
In my stories you will find strong characters who deal with life's problems pragmatically and often somewhat dispassionately—as in fact most people do in real life.
You will also find believable characters, characters who might even remind you of someone you know.
Telepathic detective Quentin Q. Quasar and his partner Nate Braddock stumble on a series of murders. One hundred murders, in fact, and they learn that forty-four kidnappings and murders are planned. They begin to investigate, and along the way manage to rescue a young man like themselves, that is, gay, and telepathic.
With that case behind them, they're about to move on to other things when Nate's grandparents fly into town. They've learned that Nate's mother is dying of cancer in a city south of them, and ask Nate to drive them there. His mother has been in a women's prison not too far from that city, and was moved from the prison to the hospital. During a series of visits to the hospital, Nate recognizes and captures the leader of the cult his mother belonged to. The cult leader and his wife had jumped bail while awaiting trial on kidnapping charges two years earlier.