BrothersinArms w-seriesFor something fun, author Kayelle Allen at Romance Lives Forever, re-posted a very early guest blog post from around the time of the original release of Brothers In Arms. It’s a character interview with Jonah Carver, and is entertaining, but also give a little bit of insight. Especially since the interview was written before I even knew I was going to write either Fire For Effect or The Final Line.

Kayelle and Romance Lives Forever have both been a constant source of support since the very beginning of my career. I’m always welcome to write guest posts when I have a new release. Her network of authors and readers are helpful in providing re-tweets of significant events regarding my writing.



TheFinalLineEventPicI’ll be back at Romance Lives Forever on July 15th to celebrate the release of The Final Line. In the meantime, enjoy Jonah’s interview.

















Kendall McKenna

Kendall mckenna love & dog tags Kendall McKenna is an author of M/M erotic romance novels. Kendall McKenna’s first work of fiction was written at the worldly age of nine, and was a transformative work that expanded on the story told in a popular song of the time. She tried her hand at vampire and cowboy fiction, winning high school poetry and short story contests along the way. It wasn’t until she discovered the world of m/m erotic fiction and found her stride with cops, Marines and muscle cars, that she felt inspired to share her stories with readers who enjoy the same things. Putting herself through college by working in a newly-created HIV testing clinic in her local Department of Health, introduced Kendall to the gay and lesbian community. Understanding and empathy has made her a lifetime advocate of GLBT issues. A brief bout of unemployment gave Kendall the time and focus she needed to finally produce a novel worth submitting for publication. Her first novel, Brothers In Arms, introduced the world to her authentic military stories and characters. Kendall was born and raised in Southern California, where she still lives and works. A non-conventional relationship has kept her happy for the last decade. Her four dogs enjoy it when she writes, as she sits still long enough for them to curl up around her.

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