Not Quite Shakespeare – a feast of British m/m stories

NotQuiteShakespeare_headerbannerHey folks, just a quickie announcement to say that Not Quite Shakespeare is out. It was actually released yesterday but the Amazon links didn’t appear until last night while I was sleeping–so I was holding off making the announcement till I had them.

NQS is an anthology of beautifully British stories from Dreamspinner Press (including one of mine), timed to coincide with the UK GLBTQ Meet that’s coming up this weekend in Bristol. I’m attending, and as it will be my first event of this type I’ll probably be the one hiding under the table chewing her fingernails đŸ˜‰ But if you’re going to be there, come and say hi!

Not Quite Shakespeare

NotQuiteShakespeareTake a ride to Northern Scotland on the famous train, the Jacobite, and rediscover desire. Get lost in the Peace Maze in Northern Ireland during a downpour and let a handsome young redhead come to the rescue. Take a tour of historical Blackpool on the English coast and set the stage for the perfect romance. From England to the outer isles, the UK holds treasure troves of romance, history, intrigue, and—naturally—quirky British humor. Not Quite Shakespeare samples it all in fifteen stories.

A man in London makes an accidental confession of sexual need to a virtual stranger who happens to be his boss. An American revisits West Sussex and rekindles an old flame with a romp in the stables. A couple finds their perfect third while vacationing on a pig farm in Yorkshire. In the office, on the race track, or in the kitchen baking bread—romance in the UK is alive and well, and full of sweet surprise.

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About Jay Northcote

Author of LGBT romance. Trans (he/him), Parent, cat herder, professional procrastinator.
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2 Responses to Not Quite Shakespeare – a feast of British m/m stories

  1. Congrats on your release! It must be exciting to see your story be published. Did you have a favorite part of the process?

    • Thank you!
      I think for me, the most exciting part of being published has been getting positive feedback from total strangers who had bought and read my book/s. Not reviews so much as comments on Twitter or FB that were intended for me (whereas reviews aren’t aimed at the author). It’s so great to know when something you’ve written has entertained or moved another person.
      The other one was holding a paperback copy of my book in my hands for the first time đŸ™‚

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