Frat House Troopers tells the story of two state police officers who, in the course of solving a case, come to realize they mean more to each other than simply best friends.
This is the book I never expected to write. When I began jotting stories, I had no intention of publishing anything. But then my curiosity got the better of me–would anyone be willing to read what I’d written?–and I put up some short pieces on the Nifty Archive. I got some good feedback (a lot of it related to the relatively solid grammar of my writing–being an English professor pays off in this regard), and kept writing. When I’d finished the first draft of Frat House Troopers I uploaded it to Literotica, where it rose to be the second most popular gay-themed story of all time. I also got terrific support from the folks at Screeve, who curate the best free gay writing on the web.
I submitted Frat House Troopers to Dreamspinner Press, about whom I had heard good things in my research into publishers. All of the good things I’d heard, by the way, turned out to be true–Dreamspinner is a professional outfit top to bottom. Andi, the senior editor I was blessed with, took a wire brush to my rough prose and helped me turn it into a solid first novel.
I have since added new stories to the series, and I hope you will enjoy them all.
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