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New Novella – More Than A Thousand Words

long_hair_final_reducedI have a new m/m novella out! $2.99 from Smashwords.

More Than A Thousand Words

Steve McCallum is a private security professional, offering protection to London’s rich and secretive elite. When a nanny is attacked and her charge is abducted, Steve works with the police to find the missing baby. A chance meeting with a skirt-wearing artist with an unusual Talent, changes the case along with Steve’s expectations of happiness.

Luce Sherwood overcame tough times as a teenager to become a successful artist. His biggest problem is an unwanted ability to see what people have done in their recent past, but that proves to be a bonus when a kidnapper and the handsome guy pursuing him, crash into his life.

Despite their different backgrounds and very different jobs, the attraction between Steve and Luce can’t be denied. As they use words, touches, texts, and most of all, Luce’s silly cartoons to negotiate the tricky waters of their relationship, you’ll learn why sometimes a picture is worth more than a thousand words.

With thanks to my dear friends who helped and supported me with this.

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Dear Reader

Thank you for dropping by the home of my writing. Navigation should be easy enough through the top and side menus.

I write stories (mostly) about gay, bisexual, or heterosexual (mostly) men being in love/lust/wishful thinking about people of the same sex (mostly male). Sometimes those emotions will express themselves sexually, and sometimes in kinky sex of the BDSM kind.

It’s fiction about people. Except when it’s fiction about…erm…people who are animals. Aliens. Who look like animals.

I write low fantasy or science fiction set in my Periter universe or other alternate earth-like universes. There are no elves or dragons. There are paranormals and other funky things going on too.

Some stories are set in the “real world”. Many stories are set in Earthlike worlds which differ from reality in one or two significant ways.

Whichever stories you choose to read, I hope you enjoy them. I write to entertain, and to make people think. Hopefully to make you think you’ve been entertained 🙂

Enjoy

Ann Somerville

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