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In Books, Gay by Jay Bell

Language Lessons is here! This short story is a contemporary romance, and although not related to Something Like Summer in any way, fans of that novel will find much to enjoy here. At least that’s my hope. Grab this story while you can, because it will only be free for the next week. Here’s the blurb: Love doesn’t come easy. …

One more time! And another. … and another.

In Books by Jay Bell

When I was young I wanted to be a rock star. Or a hermit. More than either of those, I wanted to be a writer. I had a very clear image in my mind of how it would be. I’d shuffle to my typewriter every morning with a cup of coffee—because that’s what adults drink—and dream up a new world …

Of stories yet to be told…

In Books, Hell's Pawn by Jay Bell

“Ever thought of doing a sequel?” This question is music to an author’s ears. So many of you wonderful readers (that possess exquisite taste, I might add) have been asking me what my plans are for future novels. Naturally the word sequel has been bandied about quite a bit. This is a tremendous compliment because it means you really enjoyed …

Arthur Interview

In Books by Jay Bell

Wait, who’s Arthur? Forget him! I’m the one that was interviewed! Danielle, who was already kind enough to review my book on her site ALPHA reader, recently asked me if I’d like to answer a few questions. Any time you ask an author if they’d like to talk about their books or themselves, you can bet the answer will a …

Dumb Like Me

In Gay, Random, Something Like Summer by Jay Bell

I’ve been in a love a few times in my life and was always happy to lose myself in the experience. The thrill of discovery, the emotions that threaten to overwhelm, and the heartbreak when it all falls apart. Yes, even the most difficult aspects of love are somehow alluring. As much as we might wish otherwise, reason cannot be …

Flesh and Blood has been revamped!

In Books, Fantasy, Loka Legends by Jay Bell

Or should I say “rewolfed” since this story is about a werewolf. [*crickets chirping*] Uh, anyway, back in October of last year, I released this free companion to The Cat in the Cradle, and never heard much back. I believe the most positive review came from my best friend, who described Flesh and Blood as being too short, disjointed and …