OutWrite LGBT Book Festival and Free Stuff


In the Washington DC area? Like books?

Join me tomorrow, Saturday, 8/2/2014 at the 4th annual OutWrite Book Festival at 2000 14th Street NW, DC (near the U-street Metro, I believe). I’ll be hanging out with Rowan Mcallister, Pearl Love, Andrew Gordon, Marguerite Labbe, and Gus Li – we’ll all be signing books, and I’ll even have brand new shiny paperback copies of STRIPPED AWAY.

Stripped Paperback

If you can’t make it to downtown Washington DC tomorrow, remember that I’m also giving away a paperback copy of Stripped Away to one of my newsletter subscribers. I’ll be doing the drawing on Monday, so there’s still time to get in on that action.

Sinfully Sexy book reviews is also giving away an e-book copy of Stripped Away, you can check it out here along with a very nice four-star review from Macky and an excerpt!

While we’re talking the OutWrite festival and book giveaways, my author buddy David Pratt and his smart, funny work will be at OutWrite this weekend also. In addition, I am giving away an e-copy copy of his latest release, LOOKING AFTER JOEY, over at Cafe Risque. Go leave a comment on the post to enter. I’ll choose a winner on Sunday so you still have some time.

Happy reading, and have a great weekend!

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Stripped Away Cover

Cover Art by Pickyme

So I’m starting a newsletter. I’ve been meaning to for years, and well – reasons and stuff.

So here’s the thing: I’m also going to start doing a teaser, giveaway, and early-release sale with each of my new books. Sooooo… if you’re on my mailing list, you’ll be the first to know about these deals, the first to get the teasers, and all subscribers will automatically be entered to win a free ebook or paperback with each release.

I’ll be starting off with giving away a paperback of Stripped Away (ebook for international folks), which comes out in just a couple of weeks. Wanna join me? I hope you will. Sign up! Come to the dark side. We have sweaty, naked men. And pastries.

As always, you can continue to keep informed by Twitter and Facebook as well, but the Newsletter is going to be the place where I share  first, especially due to the way social media has been controlling visibility lately.

Ellis’s newsletter link (in case you missed it the first two times).