Bestselling Australian Author
Writing fiction with a happy ending. Because.
Men have been writing about love since whenever. But what about Romance or novels with Romantic Elements? Has today’s evolving (and flourishing) digital publishing world seen a turn in the upside of male writers writing Romance? If so, how do they do it? Will we love it? What genres of fiction do they write? And will we see romantic elements or a happy-ever-after in their stories?
I’m going to dig deeper and ask two up-and-coming male authors their opinions on the above – and more. Their answers are so interesting, I promise not to interrupt (much).
Thank you so much J.M. Bray and Daniel de Lorne for coming up to the country manor. Don’t worry, I won’t ask either of you guys to chop wood for the fire – reason being, I did it before you came. And please – let me hold the door open for you both to go inside before me. I’m a great believer in courtliness; who said chivalry should be a male-only trait?
J.M. Bray writes New Adult Fantasy novels that resonate through teen and adult readers.
…and Vincent thought college calculus was tough.
1984 — Vincent expected college to be about freedom and girls, but then the nightmares of sorcery, monsters and other worlds
began. Not even the surprising attention from his dream girl, Julie, could shake them.
Before he's even nailed his second date with Julie, he's possessed by Coleman, a warrior from another realm. Coleman is
hell bent on defeating the monstrous Kafla who threatens to tear into Vincent's reality, changing both his and Coleman's worlds forever. They have one chance to stop them: Vincent must allow Coleman to share his body and wage war against the sorcerer.
Now it's up to them, the women they love, and Vincent's rag-tag bunch of role-playing and gaming friends to save the
world, or see 1984 descend into the apocalypse.
Tearing the Shroud - out now with Escape Publishing.