If you didn’t catch it, this morning I posted the cover to Convergence, my adventure/vampire story for the Less Than Three anthology, Proud to be a Vampire. It’s perfect!
If you’re not signed up for Less Than Three serial stories, I highly recommend them. A timely reason to pick up a subscription is not only the fact that they have loads of great stories (they totally do), but also, my very own Courage Wolf Never Sings the Gorram Blues makes its debut on serial rotation next week!
Bailey Kravitz, lead singer of Courage Wolf, is a high-strung, perfectionist diva of a front man.
Gunner Lansing, bassist of Courage Wolf, is a laid-back, hang loose ladies’ man who is only serious about guitars and sex.
They say opposites attract, but Bailey’s terminal crush on oblivious Gunner is tearing the band apart. Meanwhile, his longtime friend, quiet but intense guitarist Tor Macleod, helps him pick up the pieces yet again. Between annihilation of everything they’ve built or reeling from total rejection, there may be a third option Bailey has been overlooking all this time.
Problem is, Bailey’s always been more than a little difficult when he’s out to get his way, and that may ruin his prospects after all.