Today you can find an excerpt from The Artist's Masquerade at Queer Sci Fi. I'm also posting at Shae Connor's blog about the strange and random places inspiration comes from and how it helps me build a world. And I'm at the Dreamspinner Press Blog with a post about my love of art and how it became a part of The Artist's Masquerade (and The Prince's Consort as well). There's a separate giveaway over there for an ebook copy of The Artist's Masquerade. So please come by and say hello! As a bonus, I have an interview up at Tempeste O'Riley's blog. (Note: I'll add links to today's posts as they go up so please check back later if they aren't all here yet.)
And don't forget to enter the giveaway here for a signed paperback of the first Chronicles of Tournai book, The Prince's Consort.
Even when Cathal discovers Flavian’s true gender, he cannot fight his attraction to him. Flavian is intrigued by Cathal, but Cathal is still betrothed to Velia, and Flavian worries Cathal is more taken with his feminine illusion than the man beneath it. While both men battle their longings for each other, spies from Ardunn infiltrate the capital, attempting to uncover Tournai’s weaknesses. They are also searching for Flavian, who possesses a magical Talent that allows him to see the truth of a person just by painting their portrait—a skill invaluable to Ardunn’s emperor.
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