Friday, June 14, 2013

Colors of the Rainbow Blog Hop
(click this link, click next, then click start/welcome to the hop - there you will find the
list of participants and the download link for the free mini book mentioned in this blog)

For my part in the hop, I'm sharing an excerpt from "Dream Come True," one of my very first published stories, and the first story in The Sky People Trilogy.  Leave a comment below, including your e-mail, and you'll be entered to win a free pdf copy. Good luck!!

Also, don't forget about the Rainbow hop giveaway! By following the link above, you can download a 60 page eBook of excerpts from MFRW Authors, exclusive for this blog hop.

****PLEASE BE AWARE:  I write GLBTQ romance. GLBTQ stands for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer. This means my works feature same sex relationships AND same sex sexual acts. If winning that kind of a book isn't your cup of tea, kindly pass on to the next blog in the hop and leave the spot open for someone else. Thank you.****


Driven by dreams of his soul mate Tristen, Jinsu steps through the portal to Earth, leaving all he has ever known behind. Little does he know that Tristan has had dreams too, but unlike Jinsu, Tristan doesn't believe in them. When they meet, will they both discover that dreams really can come true? 


Jinsu scrambled up over the chain link fence. Barbed wire at the top bit into his hands, but he didn’t care. He had to know the truth. He hit the ground running and scaled another fence with barely any effort. He darted through the dense, tangled undergrowth with reckless abandon, mindless of the limbs and branches that whipped at his face. A few scratches were a fair price to pay. He splashed through a small stream, aware the entire time of shouts from behind him. His pursuers were gaining on him; he wasn’t going to make it.

He skidded to a stop, sending chunks of dirt and loose rock flying over the edge of the cliff. Arms flailing, he fought to keep his balance and his footing as the ground beneath him came to an abrupt end, leaving him perched on the overhang. He gaped—never had he thought that his homeland was high up in the air, but the evidence was undeniable. He wrapped an arm around a tree branch, and leaned out over the expanse for a better look.

Jinsu blinked at the wonder below him, straining to make sense of shapes below. Another city, maybe. He blinked again. Several cities; an entire country, perhaps. Another world. Shining lights glittered up at him, but from how far away he couldn’t tell. Not that it mattered anymore.

“There he is! Get him!”

Jinsu climbed back to solid ground and stood, his hands held high above his head in surrender. He cast a longing look back as they lead him away. This was not over. Not by a long shot.


  1. Thank you for posting! I wanted to keep reading, lol wendynjason04 at gmail dot com

  2. Thank you for posting! It was a great little read

  3. This one looks cool indeed!


  4. Oh wow, that was too short an I have to read the rest!
    goaliemom0049 (at)

  5. Loved the excerpt!


  6. Thanks for the glimpse into the pages of your book. Dreams coming true is such a wonderful to thing to give the characters.
    deby236 at gmail dot com

  7. I'd love to read the Sky People books. Thanks!

  8. Thanks for the great excerpt, I wanted to keep reading! Can't wait to read more :)