How would you like to start off the New Year with a FREE -- yes, FREE -- signed copy of Leo’s Love Story. The response to the story of Leo, Adam and Anabel has been really great, and we want to spread the word! Valentine's Day is coming up and this is the perfect time to push this tale of teen romance. 

If you haven’t yet read Leo’s Love Story, but would like an opportunity to earn signed copy of Leo’s Love Story, and get a sneak peek of my next book, I have a challenge for you. Here are the details:


• Get three friends to buy either eReader or physical copies of Leo’s Love Story. They can order directly from Amazon.com, or they can visit
www.leoslovestory.weebly.com to purchase from the website. (Message me with your friends’ names and their order confirmation numbers)
• Post three status updates promoting Leo’s Love Story on your Facebook or Twitter profile before Valentine’s Day.
• When you’ve completed the above, send me a message with your shipping address and I will send you a signed copy of Leo’s Love Story – no charge.

It's really that simple! You help promote Leo's Love Story for Valentine's Day -- and you get a Free Signed copy! 
 
 
I can't help but feel a little like Leo -- I'm going to back in my hometown for two weeks over the holidays. Every time that I am there, I feel out of place all over again -- not because I'm treated differently, although I am sometimes -- but because things change. No matter how often I go back to visit, it always feels like a million years have passed and the world kept going without me. 

If you're in the Pittsburgh area and have read LEO'S LOVE STORY, send me a message! I would love to hear from you . I will be speaking with some local booksellers while I'm in town, so I will keep you posted if we get stocked in the hometown market! 

Have a Happy Holiday -- wherever the season may take you! 
 
 
We've come a long way, but not nearly far enough if people are still contracting and dying from this disease. 

I can't help but wonder if sex and sexual orientation didn't carry the stigmatism that they do, if it would be easier to educate people? I think that books, films, and television shows that break boundaries and show the public that sex isn't dirty and that orientation is just the way it is -- has and will continue to be -- that we might be able to change the world  and end this epidemic. 

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