With so many new visitors at this blog, I’m getting asked, time and again, “Where can I buy your fiction, Martin?”
I’ll answer that question in just a minute, but first ….
If you liked the photo of Evan Geiselman in this morning’s post, then I’m sure you’ll like the photo of him I’ve posted here. Handsome guy, eh? Evan’s from New Smyrna Beach, FL, a bit north of Brevard County, where I typically surf. You can be sure he’ll become a force in professional surfing in the years ahead.
Okay, enough about Evan for now. Let’s move on to my publications and where you can buy them …
If you’ll look at the sidebar to the right, you’ll see covers of most every book I’ve had published, including anthologies containing short stories I’ve written. Just right click on any cover and you’ll reach the publisher’s website, where you can read an excerpt from the book and decide if you wish to buy it. Simple, eh?
Boys Who Love Men offers three erotic tales, each about a young man overcoming his fears while seeking what he needs most in his life: love from an older man. Meet Jeff, a country boy yearning to escape his small town world. Get to know Sebastian, a Berlin rent boy whose brother bullies him. Learn of Nick, a disowned youth who burglarizes homes to pay his bills. And meet the men they fall in love with.
Right now you can only buy Boys Who Love Men through the Noble Romance website. Noble is expanding their line of books to include more male/male, erotic novels. Noble’s a first-rate, quality publishing house, so give their site a look. Here’s the link:
My novel, Maui, set in the Hawaiian Islands, was released by Torquere Press in November 2009. The book briefly went out of print. Then Noble Romance re-released an edited version in late 2011. It continues to sell briskly. Here’s the book blurb:
When Ishmael Fanning, a Florida surfer and grade school teacher, gets dumped by his partner of seven years, he relocates to the Hawaiian island of Maui. There he quickly finds himself involved with two younger men, Corey, a competition surfer, and Spencer, who works in a skateboard shop.
Eventually, Ishmael must choose between Corey and Spencer, and it’s not an easy decision for him to make. Spencer’s not the brightest guy, but he has a sensitive side that appeals to Ishmael. Corey’s a prize-winning surfer, he’s got two years of college and he looks like a fashion model, but his sexual orientation troubles him.
Both Spencer and Corey want Ishmael as a lover. Which guy will Ishmael choose?
Eighteen year old Jamie Bliss ages out of the foster care system, a victim of repeated sexual abuses. After hustling tricks and living on the street for a time, Jamie enters into a pair of abusive relationships before meeting Evan and Frederick, a gay couple who become Jamie’s mentors. Can they help Jamie overcome his destructive past? His low self esteem? And when Evan introduces Jamie to Evan’s colleague, Jack, a young school teacher who pursues Jamie’s affection, can Jamie open his heart to Jack? Despite the bad cards life has dealt Jamie, is he still capable of love?
This book continues to sell briskly and I receive many favorable comments from readers who’ve said they enjoyed it.
Okay everyone, enjoy your Saturday night.