Stevie Woods:author of gay romantic fiction

September 28, 2016

HEALING out today! 45% off coupon!!!

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Torquere Press offer a 45% off coupon through 9/30/16! Use coupon code “FALL16” to redeem this coupon!!!

Healing
by Stevie Woods
72 pages / 18000 words 
ISBN: 978-1-946058-05-8
$2.99

Buy Link: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=96&products_id=4725

Blurb:

After an injury Audin needs the help of a healer and is shocked to discover the one recommended to him is Tener, who he hasn’t seen since their split following an argument a dozen years earlier. Both men have experienced much during their years apart and life has tempered them.

On discovering that Audin’s life is at risk from an implant placed inside him by the authoritarian government department he works for, Tener confesses his involvement with an underground organization fighting to bring down the government. They work together hoping to solve Audin’s problem and in consequence that of others infected by this vicious piece of technology. Can Tener remove the device without killing Audin in the process?

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August 31, 2016

Review for ANOTHER SECRET!

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Review from Sinfully m/m Book Brief for ANOTHER SECRET!AnotherSecret_smallCover

“In many ways, it’s a classic shifter tale of best friends, an adversary, and more than one clawed problem to solve. Most of all it’s about love conquering.”

To read the full review, visit: http://sinfullymmbookreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2016/08/book-brief-another-secret-by-stevie.html

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August 6, 2016

New Release: CHOICES!

Torquere Press has released my novella, CHOICES! It will also soon be available from Amazon and ARe books as well as from other sources:

choices1400Best friends since kindergarten, Ben and James are
separated after college graduation by their different
choices. Ben stays in their small hometown while
James heads off to New York with dreams of money
and success. Ben works to make his life follow the
path he wants, and dreams of the day when James
realizes he made a mistake and comes back home.

Each man promises to stay in touch, but this falls by
the wayside as James’ life in the big city takes off,
leaving Ben yearning for a dream that gradually
fades as the years pass.

In New York, James finds that not all dreams are
worth the cost of a wrong choice.

 

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July 2, 2011

Review for Treasured Possessions

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  I discovered a very nice review for TREASURED POSSESSIONS, my contemporary short story, over at Brief Encounter Reviews:

“I did think that the fact that Eric had pulled away somewhat was realistic. When you first realize that you love someone you are sure doesn’t love you back,  your first instinct is probably to stay away, and therefore not give yourself away or just rub salt in your own wound. If you’re in the mood for something light and sweet, with a friends to lovers theme this is a good choice.”

Go here to read the full review:

http://briefencountersreviews.com/2011/06/30/treasured-possessions-by-stevie-woods/

Stevie

http://steviewoods.com

June 30, 2011

TREASURED POSSESSIONS now available at ARe Books!

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Treasured Possessions

 

Treasured Possessions

By: Stevie Woods | Other books by Stevie Woods
Published By: Torquere Press
ISBN # 9876543210371
Word Count: 5900
Heat Index   

Available in: Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Reader, HTML, Mobipocket (.prc), Epub

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About the book

Trevor is shocked to find that there has been a break-in at his apartment. Some valuables are missing, but even more devastating for Trevor is items of little monetary value but which mean the world to Trevor have been damaged. Trevor finds it hard to cope with what has happened and if it wasn’t for the support of his friend, Eric, he doesn’t know what he would do. Thanks to the break-in, and Eric, Trevor learns which of his possessions he truly treasures.

An excerpt from the book

Trevor didn’t think he’d ever be able to move. If he moved he would somehow give credence to the scene before him. If he could stand still, stop the next second from happening, it wouldn’t be real. His books wouldn’t be scattered like so many dry leaves around the room, some torn and split with twisted spines and pages fluttering by the inexorable passage of time. The long treasured pa ir of photographs of his parents wouldn’t be ripped in two, lying among broken fragments of glass and wood, intermingling with the torn scraps of more recent photographs of his close friends, the nearest thing to a family he had left.

He looked in disgust at the broken pieces of centuries old pottery, not particularly valuable except as links to memories of the good times in his life. Why had the thief had to destroy what they didn’t want to take?

Suddenly he was moving, running, heart pounding in his chest.

“Trevor, Trevor what is it?” Eric’s voice followed him, but he could not speak.

He rushed into his bedroom and made straight for his bedside table. It wasn’t there. He looked, really looked for the first time at the bedroom. His clothes were strewn everywhere, some slashed or ripped. All the drawers were pulled open and the contents were disturbed and stuff had been yanked out and dumped. His closet door was wide open and his clothes either shoved to one side or piled on the floor among his shoes and other clutter. The shelf above had been cleared and open boxes, files and bags were strewn over the bed and floor. Again there were books and a few small artifacts that he’d used as ornamentation strewn haphazardly among the debris.

Trevor still couldn’t see what he was really looking for. Desperation was stealing his common sense and he couldn’t think properly. He spun round and groaned in frustration.

Stevie
http://steviewoods.com

May 28, 2011

Treasured Possessions released today!

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I am happy to announce the release of my short contemporary story, Treasured Possessions, by Torquere Press today!

BLURB:  Trevor is shocked to find that there has been a break-in at his apartment. Some valuables are missing, but even more devastating for Trevor is items of little monetary value but which mean the world to Trevor have been damaged. Trevor finds it hard to cope with what has happened and if it wasn’t for the support of his friend, Eric, he doesn’t know what he would do. Thanks to the break-in, and Eric, Trevor learns which of his possessions he truly treasures.

To read an excerpt go to the sales page:  http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=79_93&products_id=3163

Stevie

http://steviewoods.com

 

May 12, 2011

15% off sale at Torquere Books!

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If you are thinking about buying any my books published by Torquere Press then NOW is the time! Torquere are having a 15% off sale to celebrate their updated website! Below is the official notice of the sale:

New Cart Sale!

The cart has a new look! So we’re offering 15% off your purchases from now through the end of day Sunday! Just put ‘cart2011’ in the coupon code box any time you check out at Torquere Books (www.torquerebooks.com) before Sunday at midnight to get 15% off your order.

Sale good now through Sunday May 15 at Midnight (est).

Help us celebrate the new cart look with a book from Torquere Press today!

Stevie

http://steviewoods.com

March 14, 2011

Festivities for sale at ARe Books!

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Nice: Festivities

 

Nice: Festivities

By: Stevie Woods | Other books by Stevie Woods
Published By: Torquere Press
ISBN # 6543212010018
Word Count: 5300
Heat Index

Available in: Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Reader, HTML, Mobipocket (.prc), Epub

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About the book

Joel invites his friend Graham to spend the Christmas holiday period with him, and he plans that by the time New Year arrives they’ll be more than just friends. As New Year’s Eve dawns Graham wakes with a new determination. The whole week with Joel had been wonderful and Graham is not going to let the day pass without admitting his feelings to Joel. Will the New Year really be ‘new’ for them?

An excerpt from the book

It had been a surprise when Joel had invited Graham to come and stay with him for the holiday period. Joel decided to hold a party on Christmas Eve and one again on New Year’s Eve and wanted Graham to stay with him in the meantime. At first Graham tried to beg off, not that he wanted to, but he thought Joel was probably just being polite in asking him as Joel knew he had no family to spend the time with.

“Thanks, Joel, but it’s not necessary. I would be happy to come to both of your parties, but I wouldn’t want to impose for the whole week.”

“Impose? I wouldn’t ask you if I didn’t want the company, Graham.” Joel stepped closer, his voice lowering, “Would you like to spend the holidays with me?”

Suppressing a shiver at the tone of Joel’s voice, Graham smiled and nodding. “Yeah, sure. It would be fun.”

“Yes, it will.” Joel grinned. “It’ll be good, you’ll see. In fact, I’ll let all the usual suspects know that I’m declaring open house, just to make sure you have fun.”

“Oh Lord, the things I let myself in for.”

“Right, first point of order, getting stocked up. My cupboard is bare and my guests are a thirsty bunch.”

“Oh, so I have to help with the groceries as well now. Your way to make me pay for my keep?”

“Hadn’t thought of that! Now I’m going to have to think of suitable payment and a good way to collect.”

Graham glanced at Joel and was glad that his friend couldn’t read his mind as he thought of a perfect way to pay Joel for his hospitality. He dropped his eyes quickly because, though Joel couldn’t read his mind, Graham was afraid that his friend could perhaps read the emotion in his eyes.

Stevie
http://steviewoods.com

February 1, 2011

Yet another Torquere Press Sale!

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Another opportunity to purchase my books at a reduced price from Torquere Press! Here’s the original notice from Torquere:

It’s a crazy weather sale! And we’re offering 15% off your purchases from now through the end of day Wednesday just to be crazy, too! Put ‘crazy2011’ in the coupon code box any time you check out at Torquere Books (www.torquerebooks.com) before Wednesday at midnight to get 15% off your order.

Sale good now through Wednesday February 2 at Midnight (est).

Beat the weather with a book from Torquere Press today!

Don’t let the opportunity pass!

Stevie

http://steviewoods.com

 

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