It’s two weeks until my sixth story is released with Dreamspinner! Falling is less angsty and sad than other stories of mine but, my, there is quite a lot of longing in this one 🙂 I could probably write about Josh and Angus all day 😛
I really enjoyed doing the guess how many times the word appears giveaway for The Glass House, so I’m doing it again for Falling 🙂 I’m thinking of it as jellybean jar type giveaway. Also, the winner sort of choses themselves and it saves me picking a name out of a hat 🙂
So,to win an ebook copy of Falling on 4th June (the day after release day ’cause I’ll be on my way back from New York on the 3rd) please comment with your answer to this question:
How many times is the word ‘falling’ mentioned in the story?
(clue: it’s way less than the number of times glass was mentioned in The Glass House–and yes, I did write out falling the correct amount of times and put all the pieces of paper in the jar :p)
Same rules as last time apply–if two or more people have the same correct answer the winner will be the person who commented first 🙂
Josh’s idea of a romance is curling up alone and reading a novel with a happily ever after. He’s made his flat a safe haven where the wall are covered with beautiful words, and his living room ceiling is a map of the universe.
Angus may be shy and inexperienced, but he’s incapable of hiding anything, especially his attraction to his older neighbor.
When Josh admits to Angus that he’s gay, he doesn’t expect Angus’s reaction. Angus’s obvious interest terrifies Josh. For years he’s managed to keep the world at arm’s length and avoid getting too close to anyone. Well, anyone except Elenor, Angus’s mother, who helped Josh rebuild his life after he was hospitalized for depression. But Josh still thinks he’s broken. His past has left scars he thinks are too deep to heal. Despite Josh’s defenses, Angus begins to mean more to him than just the cute boy next door. If Josh can take a risk and let someone into his isolated world, he might have a chance for a real life happy ending.
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