An update …

So hey, I suck at blogging. And I’m so damn busy between running JMS Books and working a part-time job (whose hours have only increased with the pandemic) that I have little time to work on my own writing, let alone update my blog. I’m sorry!

If you’re wondering, yes, I am writing, but because I’m not writing much on a daily basis, I don’t know when it’ll be released. In the meantime, though, I post my works-in-progress on my Patreon page, where you can access them for $1 a month. Patrons will have access to my stories as I write them (including my current WIP, Waylaid), and the stories will be exclusive to Patreon for three months after they’re done. When they’re finally published, patrons will also receive free ebook copies.

All for $1 a month. Not a bad deal, eh?

I hope you’re all staying safe in these uncertain times!

Latest release — Accidentally on Purpose

I suck at blogging, I know, and I forgot to post about this when it came out, but my latest M/M romance, Accidentally on Purpose, is now available!

One morning before work, Alan Travers accidentally bumps into Detective Jim Garrison at a cafe where both men stop for coffee. The handsome younger man interests Alan, but he misses his chance to get to know the detective better and wonders if he’ll get another.

With the help of his nephew Brooks, Alan concocts a plan to try and get Jim’s attention “accidentally on purpose.” It works, but as things heat up between them, Alan worries what Jim will think if he finds out their getting together was no accident.

Then Brooks goes missing, and Alan’s going to have to come clean. But is he the only one not being truthful?


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New release — Crazy about the Cat Lady by J.T. Marie

You guys know by now that I write F/F romance (and sometimes erotic romance) under the name J.T. Marie, right? Well, my latest lesbian feel-good romance story, Crazy about the Cat Lady, is now available!

Hairdresser Dayla Jeffreys rents a booth at a high-end salon but needs another job to make ends meet. While scrolling through employment listings online, she stumbles upon what seems to be the perfect second job — cat sitting. She likes cats, and they’re such independent creatures, she probably only needs to change the food and scoop the litter box twice a day. It sounds like easy money.

On the phone, Ms. Meredith sounds like a Type A workaholic, too busy to take care of her own cats and eager to hire someone else to do it for her. She asks Dayla to meet her at a posh home in an ultra-rich neighborhood to go over the details of the job. Women like Ms. Meredith are way out of Dayla’s league.

So she’s pleased to learn Keri Meredith is an attractive, down-to-earth small business owner and cat foster mom. Keri works long hours and needs someone to check on her latest foster, a calico who’s expecting kittens at any moment.

Trouble is, Dayla has no experience with birthing cats or newborn kittens. But she likes Keri, and she thinks Keri might like her, too. Do the two women have more in common than cats?


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