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I Do Not Do Romance Formula Very Well.

Currently, I am learning how to write category fiction. Formulas and I do not mix well together. I stray often and then wonder what happened? My book Treacherous Pianos, took me two years to write. It followed no formula, I wrote it the seat of the pants style. It is entirely possible that I am…

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The New Book in the Works

I have a new book in the works. It is true. I cannot stop writing. Unless you write every day, you can never understand the driving need to sit down and write every day of your life. This new book is about a baseball player. Oh yes, how hot is a baseball player? Boiling hot! I…

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The First Review is In

I am so excited. Check out the review of Treacherous Pianos here It is so exciting to get a five-star review. The joy is that the reviewer identified with the characters and the story. So click that link and read the review!

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Why I Wrote Treacherous Pianos

I began to play the piano at age six. From that age until eighteen I studied, practiced and dealt with every problem both technical and musical I encountered. At puberty, I had to face that I was indeed gay in a world that rejected all things gay. The one thing I depended on was the piano.…

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The book is on Amazon!

I’m so excited that my book, Treacherous Pianos, is now available to everyone on Amazon! Go check it out!

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Cover Reveal!

What do you think? I love it! Headed for a December book launch!

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The Editor Has My Book

I am so Happy! After writing and failing under a different name, I decided to go ahead and write under my own name. Why did I fail? No editor. It is so important for all writing that an editor, and one that is gifted with turning a manuscript into a book, work on every piece…

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Welcome to the Home of Jacob Longe

I am a romantic at heart. You are too. After all, you  have found your way here. Male/Male romance draws something primal from deep within all of us. Fully aware that most M/M romance readers are women, I strive to make my characters real people. Depending on cliche plotting such as homophobia, or coming out,…

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