Friday, April 29

A.D. Ellis is in the House!!

My Peep-Show month is almost over. I’ve been thrilled to present new releases by just a few of my fellow writer friends (and, thrill you with a peek at cover model Scott Nova J), and today is my last opportunity for April. Don’t get me wrong, I love promoting other writers, and hope you don’t mind me doing that here at Word Wranglers. One of the worst things about being a writer is knowing how many readers out there may never otherwise be introduced to some of these fabulous gals (and guys). One of the best things about being a writer is helping introduce these writers to new readers.

So, [reader], allow me to introduce [writer] to you. [Writer], this is [reader]. *wipes hands* My work here is done. J

Okay, that’s not true. My work is far from finished, and I still have one more awesome author to share with you this month. Her latest novel, “Something About Him: Bryan & Jase” just released yesterday! Author A.D. Ellis crafted a much-loved fictitious town of Torey Hope, which has inspired several books such as “For Nicky”, “Because of Beckett”, and award-winning “Loving Josie.” The world of these characters expanded into a cast of new characters who also needed their stories told, and this took A.D. into a new realm of romance. She moved from writing heterosexual contemporary romance to writing male/male romance, and the response from her fans continues to support her choice.

“Something About Him: Bryan & Jase” is A.D.’s third male/male romance, and addresses themes that are universal: being true to ourselves, overcoming adversity, and finding the love of our life. And, knowing A.D., she addresses these themes head-on and with a heart-full of humanity.

So, check out her new release!

Something About Him: Bryan & Jase
Jase Rafferty grew up hiding his sexual curiosities—until he meets Bryan Keating. Bryan’s sexual preference is no secret, and being deployed overseas together allows the two men to forge a solid friendship. The sexual attraction is undeniable, but after one lust-filled week, they must go their separate ways.

A year later, a chance meeting gives them one more weekend together, even though they know Jase can’t risk his military career or his family obligations to be with Bryan.

Several years pass before Jase finally accepts the desperate longing in his heart and body. But when fear and hatred threaten to tear them apart, Jase must make a tough decision, one that he isn’t sure he and Bryan can overcome. Together, they must choose to weather the storm or say goodbye forever.
**This is a male/male romance meant for ages 18+ due to adult language and adult situations.**

About the Author
A.D. Ellis spends the majority of her days loving and wrangling two school-aged children and a husband before heading to the inner city of Indiana to teach a challenging group of alternative education students in grades third through sixth. Most days she hits the gym after school in hopes of running and lifting away the stress and headaches of the day before picking up her children and squeezing a whole day’s worth of loving and living into the too-short hours before bed. It’s no wonder Ms. Ellis lives for the slower, easier days she gets to enjoy on breaks from school.

Growing up in a small farming town in southern Indiana, A.D. is grateful to her mother for passing along the love of reading. With her nose constantly stuck in a book, Ms. Ellis became accustomed to friends and acquaintances snickering and shaking their heads at her love of reading.

A.D. never dreamed of being anything but a teacher, although there are certain times of the year when she laments her career choice. Ms. Ellis had a story idea floating in her head for about a year. After persistent prodding from a friend, A.D. put pen to paper and began writing her first story in October 2013. From that moment on, she was hooked. Taking the people and stories from her head and sharing them with readers is a scary, exhausting, rewarding, and fulfilling experience which A.D. plans to continue until there are no more stories banging around in her mind.

A.D. Ellis’ work can be found on both iBooks and Amazon. Please contact her on Facebook, Twitter, or her website.