Chapter 3 is Available!

  Hi, Patreon fans. Chapter 3 of my new Work in Progress The Road to Redemption is now available on my Patreon page. www.patreon.com/fefeeleyjr   This is a work of gay fiction in the urban fantasy/ post-apocalyptic world. I really appreciate your support and can’t wait to bring this newest book to you all. Check out my page. […]

Beaten Track Radio Author Chat (Jamie Fessenden)

Hi there! This past Saturday Jamie Fessenden Co-hosted with me on Author Chat Live on www.beatentrackradio.com If you missed the show – where we discussed the difference between M/M Romance and Gay Fiction as well as Jamie’s books – click the link below and you can listen in. Also, if you’re an author that would […]

#OwnVoices need publishers to focus on them (LGBT)

  unsplash-logoCaitlyn Wilson With the recent fallout concerning the publisher Riptide as well as the fallout around Santino Hassell, there has been an exposure of underlying issues in the m/m romance genre. These issues include racism, misandry, bi-erasure, trans-erasure, and oddly enough, homophobia inside these books. Furthermore, there are issues that gay men deal with […]

Trigger Warnings: Munchausen by Proxy

  I kinda overreacted earlier about a post concerning trigger warnings. The overreaction wasn’t because I was triggered by the subject matter – but I was made angry at the conversation happening surrounding this new age concept and the added weight placed on authors/ publishers to incorporate these things in our work. While I think […]

Trumpettes in my books ( I did Nazi that coming)

Yesterday, for the first time in presidential history, Donald Trump spoke at a ‘value voters’ summit hosted by the nefarious hate group ‘Focus on the Family.’ After promising support for LGBT Americans, he ditched them for his base. Mostly, because his presidency sucks and he needs the support of his base. I really don’t want […]

Confidence in Writing – Be true to who you are and what it is you do.

  Writing is an art form and like all works of art – is deeply personal and not for the faint of heart. Those who write books, regardless of genre, usually find themselves hearing certain things once their first book is released. Often, they are on an emotional high for having accomplished such an enormous task. […]