My dear friend, Casey Wolfe will have a new novel releasing out on March 27.
When Ethan Brant was shot, he found himself dealing with severe PTSD and unable to do his job as a police officer any longer. With the aid of Detective Shawn Greyson, the man who saved his life, Ethan not only finds himself again but discovers love as well.
Shawn’s life growing up was less than ideal, however, he overcame that to become who he is today. That doesn’t mean he isn’t missing something in his life. What Shawn hadn’t realized, upon first meeting, was that Ethan could give him all that and more.
One bullet changed both their lives.
LGBT+ fiction is near and dear to my heart as I read and write it myself. This story itself is of a category that I especially enjoy. The Hurt/Comfort [(h/c) as it is sometimes shortened] category is interesting to me because it deals with one character, or both sometimes, being hurt and the other, or both sometimes, having to help one another rebuild themselves after an illness, a death, or any situation that can drag a person down.
I am eagerly awaiting the release as I wish to read this before Camp Nanowrimo coming up in April.
From Casey’s Tumblr Blog:
Hey, everyone! I’ve set up a Thunderclap campaign, and I need your help. Using Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or all of them, Thunderclap allows everyone that signs up to blast a message over social media at the same time, thereby spreading the word of whatever campaign they’re supporting. In this case, it’s the “One Bullet” book launch.
The catch? I need a minimum of 100 supporters for the blast to go out. So, support, spread the word, and encourage your friends to support it, even if they’re not going to read the book – maybe someone else they’re connected with will want to.
Let’s see how far we can spread this!