VBT: Day Five

My VBT is still going strong, and I have even more to share about In the Present Tense. Check out these great blogs for some fun interviews, excerpts, and a giveaway where you could win a $25 Interlude Press gift card!

Today I got a great 4.5-star review from Amanda at Inked Rainbow Reads. I also reveal which character from In the Present Tense is most like me.

With Divine Magazine I talked about how writing In the Present Tense helped me to own my bisexuality.

And finally, head over to Boys on the Brink to find out what my top 5 favorite television shows are.

VBT: Day Four

My VBT is still going strong, and I have even more to share about In the Present Tense. Check out these great blogs for some fun interviews, excerpts, and a giveaway where you could win a $25 Interlude Press gift card!

Visit Unquietly Me to find out what I think is the easiest part of writing. Hint: it isn’t the writing part.

And visit Dawn’s Reading Nook to learn about my zombie apocalypse strategy. There might be machetes involved.

Finally, over at BFD Book Blog I talked about my writing process and my big Hollywood dreams for In the Present Tense.

VBT: Day Three

It’s another great day for my VBT, and I have even more to share about In the Present Tense. Check out these great blogs for some fun interviews, excerpts, and a giveaway where you could win a $25 Interlude Press gift card!

Today’s stops on the Virtual Book Tour include:

Jessie G Books where I reveal another excerpt.

Alpha Book Club where I talk about In the Present Tense’s villain and why he’s my least favorite character.

Anna Butler Fiction where you can meet all four of my cats, which let’s be honest, is probably my favorite interview from the tour simply because she let me ramble about them.

VBT: Day Two

It’s day two of my VBT, and I still have a lot of tidbits to share about In the Present Tense. Check out these great blogs for some fun interviews, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway where you could win a $25 Interlude Press gift card!

Today’s stops on the Virtual Book Tour include:

The Novel Approach where I talk about my favorite line from In the Present Tense.
Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words where I discuss why I write.
Velvet Panic where I reveal what I’m working on next.
Havan Fellows where I reveal the top five embarrassing things in my search history.

And a bonus review from USA Today’s Happy Ever After blog. Reviewer Becky Condit calls In the Present Tense “one of the most unique books” she’s read in a long time and says it’s “one not to miss.”

Release day!

It’s release day, and that means you can get your hands on In the Present Tense … finally. It also means it’s the start of my Virtual Book Tour (VBT). I hope you’ll join me for some great interviews and guest posts, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway where you could win a $25 Interlude Press gift card!

Today’s stops on the Virtual Book Tour include:

Pride Promotions  and Oh My Shelves where I did a couple of interviews from Miles’s point of view.

Sinfully Addicted to All Male Romance where I talk about my writing process and inspiration. They also have a really awesome promo graphic… I’m obsessed.

Happily Ever Chapter where you can get a glimpse of the future. Be sure to follow HEC on Facebook. It’s an all-around great resource for new releases.

Character preview: Adam Lange

Adam

With just one day until the release of In the Present Tense, I’m giving you final a glimpse of the future. Today, I’ll be introducing you to the last main character from In the Present Tense.

Adam Lange
Age: 25
Hair: brown
Eyes: hazel
Visual Inspiration: Dennis Oh

Mother: Jennifer Thompson Lange
Father: David Lange
Sister: Dana Lange
Boyfriend: Anthony Davis

Occupation: scientist/drummer
Likes:
playing drums
Dislikes: reggae

About: Adam is in a happy relationship with his boyfriend Anthony when Miles reappears in his life. He’s not unfamiliar with Miles’s claim that he can time travel, but remains skeptical. When Adam uncovers a mysterious plot involving the study of time travel, he must reconsider his beliefs. Can he keep his relationship in tact while helping Miles to find answers?


In the Present Tense will be available May 19. Pre-order a print copy direct from Interlude Press and get the ebook bundle free! Also available at these retailers:

Character preview: Ana Espinosa-Lawson

Ana1

With just two days until the release of In the Present Tense, I’m giving you a glimpse of the future (sometimes we’ll visit the future via the past; after all, timelines get confusing when you’re constantly jump through time). Every day between now and May 19, I’ll be introducing you to the main characters from In the Present Tense.

Ana Espinosa-Lawson
Age: 27
Hair: brown
Eyes: brown
Visual Inspiration: Alejandra Espinoza

Mother: Julia Espinosa
Husband: Miles Lawson

Occupation: attorney
Likes:
bubble baths
Dislikes: raisins

About: Ana struggles to understand Miles’s unusual time-travel condition but tries to help him in any way she can. When Miles’s ex-boyfriend Adam suddenly reappears in their lives, she reaches her breaking point. Will she be able to maintain her own sanity in the face of Miles’s struggles?


In the Present Tense will be available May 19. Pre-order a print copy direct from Interlude Press and get the ebook bundle free! Also available at these retailers:

Character preview: Miles Lawson

Miles

With just three days until the release of In the Present Tense, I’m giving you a glimpse of the future (sometimes we’ll visit the future via the past; after all, timelines get confusing when you’re constantly jump through time). Every day between now and May 19, I’ll be introducing you to the main characters from In the Present Tense.

Miles Lawson
Age: 25 (sometimes 17; time travel is complicated)
Hair: brown
Eyes: brown
Visual Inspiration: Nate Gill

Mother: Gabrielle Jackson Lawson
Father: Mitchell Lawson
Wife: Ana Espinosa-Lawson

Occupation: copyeditor/freelance writer
Likes:
pork rinds
Dislikes: wearing shoes

About: Miles goes to sleep dreaming of a future with his boyfriend Adam, but wakes to find he is married to Ana, an acquaintance from high school. When he learns he has been time traveling, Miles is consumed with finding a cure for his rare condition—and finding his first love.

Traveling more frequently, Miles assembles the puzzle pieces of his life and, in doing so, alienates his wife. As he loses control, Miles must realize that sometimes fixing your past mistakes means changing your future. But will he be able to convince Adam he is telling the truth before it’s too late?


In the Present Tense will be available May 19. Pre-order a print copy direct from Interlude Press and get the ebook bundle free! Also available at these retailers:

If I could turn back time…

PresentTenseCoverWith just four days until the release of In the Present Tense, I’m giving you a glimpse of the future (sometimes we’ll visit the future via the past; after all, timelines get confusing when you’re constantly jump through time). Every day between now and May 19, I’ll be posting a snippet or quote from In the Present Tense.

And now we visit Thursday, April 30, 2020 just after 7 p.m. Or is it 2012? Ah, time travel is a tricky mistress.

“My body is twenty-five, but this is me, I swear. I’m here from two-thousand twelve, and I’ve been time-traveling for years. You have to believe me.”


In the Present Tense will be available May 19. Pre-order a print copy direct from Interlude Press and get the ebook bundle free! Also available at these retailers:

Let’s do the time warp again

PresentTenseCoverWith just five days until the release of In the Present Tense, I’m giving you a glimpse of the future (sometimes we’ll visit the future via the past; after all, timelines get confusing when you’re constantly jump through time). Every day between now and May 19, I’ll be posting a snippet or quote from In the Present Tense.

Today’s journey takes us to Wednesday, April 15, 2020, at 1:35 P.M.

“It’s so strange,” Adam said, sitting in one of their porch chairs. Anthony sat next to him, offered him a sip of his beer. Adam declined. “I haven’t seen him since high school and then out of the blue, he’s on our front porch in the middle of the day.”

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