Love at Sixth Sight update

Love_at_Sixth_Sight_400x600Just a quick update on my latest book, Love At Sixth Sight. This M/M novella is now available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble in both ebook and paperback editions.

Blurb: After a break-up and a near death experience, down on his luck Harris starts having visions of people’s soul mates. With his unexpected skills, Harris plays matchmaker, but can he persevere through daunting hallucinations and the inability to see his own true love?


On Inkshares Horror Novel

Have you guys heard about this? I recently heard about a crowdfunding site called Inkshares. It’s basically Kickstarter or Indiegogo crossbred with Createspace or Lulu. It looks like a site where you can crowdfund a novel that will have an ebook and physical presence in bookstores. Unlike Kikstarter or Indiegogo where you give them thousands of dollars and then the writer keeps a percentage and has to then hire editors and distributors, Inkshares does all of that. So if a project is successfully funded at Inshares, it includes a professional manuscript editor and distributor.

I had no idea how any of this works, so I figured I’d dive in and take a look see with my current manuscript. I’m working on a 90 thousand word novel about three strangers entering the witness protection program when they accidentally thwart a serial killer. They’re relocated to a new state, but their new home brings them into contact with horrors beyond imagination.

You can find the Inkshares page, along with fun FAQs and whatnot, and back this project here are:

Thanks so much for your support!

This is Elliot Arthur Cross eternally grateful for your support. For any questions about the project, please email me at Thank you and happy reading.

On Possessions of the Dead retailers

Possessions_of_the_Dead_400x600Just wanted to let you all know that my M/M comedy/horror ghost ebook Possessions of the Dead is now available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords. You can also rate and review the story at Goodreads.

Blurb: When college junior Alex Corrigan subs for his favorite professor, he falls for a handsome freshman who gets him involved in a local ghost story. Rumor is anyone who takes something from an abandoned cabin in the woods will be cursed. Alex assumes it’s nonsense, until the frightened freshman shows up at his door needing help. Is the curse just an urban legend, or is there more to the story?

This is Elliot Arthur Cross wishing you happy reading.

On The Invisible Gay at Amazon

The_Invisible_Gay_400x600Hi, all, just sharing a quick update. My erotic M/M ebook The Invisible Gay is now available at Amazon , Smashwords, and Barnes & Noble. You can also rate and review it at Goodreads. This is a fun reimagining of the classic story The Invisible Man set on an American college campus with plenty of hormones going rampant.

This is Elliot Arthur Cross wishing you happy reading.

On Away for the Holidays retailers

Away_for_the_Holidays_400x600Merry Christmas Eve, everyone! And to those of you not celebrating, have a happy December Time. My M/M Christmas ebook, published by JMS Books (which is offering a 40 percent discount on all titles through January 1), is now available through every major retailer.

Christmas is slowly becoming a reminder of everything homesick college freshman Shane Sanderson is going to miss out on. Even when he meets his roommate’s handsome friend, Corey, his mind is stuck back home. What will it take for Shane to feel like he isn’t away for the holidays?

You can find Away for the Holidays at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Smashwords, and other fine ebookstores. You can also add it to your to-read list and rate/review it on Goodreads.

This is Elliot Arthur Cross wishing you happy reading.

On paperback giveaway

Hi, all. My paranormal M/M YA novel Clearclay Park (the sequel to Tanglewood Road) is now available in paperback. You can win a copy by checking out the Goodreads page and entering a quick contest. For those of who you aren’t into gambling, you can find the paperback at JMS Books, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.

Clearclay_Park_400x600Blurb: Cody Langdon’s been through a lot. He kissed a boy in the locker room and got brutally harassed for months. Unable to cope, he tried to take his own life. His parents decided a change in scenery would help, so they moved the family to Florida in the middle of the summer. The abrupt move left Cody lonely, bored, and beyond depressed. Stuck in a new state, Cody learned that a demon named Tanglewood had killed his neighbors and was taunting Cody. To save his family, Cody burned his house down.

Cody was lauded as a local hero and inducted into a support group for people who had survived encounters with dangerous demons. The support group introduced Cody to a new world of the supernatural and shared their own horrific experiences with incubi, curses, and ghosts.

Adam Monroe was a teenager just like Cody, until the demon Tanglewood killed his neighbors and his parents. Blamed for the multiple deaths and thought insane, Adam was locked away in a mental facility until Cody stumbled across evidence that cleared his name. The two bonded immediately over their shared trauma and mutual attraction.

After all of his hardships, Cody is in for the strangest task yet—starting over at a new high school where he knows no one, doesn’t like organized sports, and thinks he’s above the petty social games.

Just as he starts to relax in his new environment, Cody’s parents find a new house to live in. Upon touring one of the identical homes in the Clearclay Park community, Cody discovers that behind the perfect hedges, trimmed lawns, and pristine appearance, a sinister force may lurk.

Forced to juggle his time between school, his parents, and Adam, Cody is confronted with the realization that not all problems are supernatural, and not all solutions are final.

This is Elliot Arthur Cross wishing you happy reading.

On Ghosts of the Riverview released

NOTE: I just realized this wasn’t posted last month *sigh* Here’s what I meant to post a few weeks ago:

Hi all, happy to announce that my latest ebook was released today. The date really snuck up on me. Ghosts of the Riverview is a slightly erotic gay horror story (with a touch of inspiration from Edgar Allen Poe).

Billy tries his best to keep his smile, even though he’s grieving the death of one of his closest friends, he’s worried about another friend in rehab, and most Saturday nights he’s stuck watching movies with his lonely lesbian roommate. To top it all off, he can’t find a steady job and has a crush on a bartender named Reese, who happens to be oblivious of Billy’s affections.

Now and then Billy works odd jobs for a wealthy eccentric, who has purchased the Riverview, once a popular restaurant immediately after World War II. But the business closed after a series of incidents that culminated with the unexplained death of a waiter in a freezer. Ever since, there have been reports of strange sounds and lights coming from the rundown building, and teens use the remote parking lot to fool around.

Billy leaps at the opportunity to clean out the old restaurant to show off to possible investors. It might also be a chance to get closer to Reese. Together with a small crew, he must brave a harsh winter storm to travel to the Riverview and make it presentable. But when they’re trapped in the eerie building as the snow piles up outside, strange things start to happen. Is any escape from the Ghosts of the Riverview?


You can find the book at JMS Books (the bookstore is really great and you can accrue points for discounts with each purchase) with it hitting major retailers in a week.

UPDATE: You can also find it at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords.

And I already got my first great 4 star review. From MM GoodBookReviews:

“Oh, wow! For a short story, this was awesome. It has good flow and follow-through. The tension you could feel as if your there. First, the sexual tension between Billy and Reese, and then the scary chills in the restaurant. I can’t say more without giving it away but it’s scary, sexy, one heck of a twist and still a happy ending… well sort of.”

This is Elliot Arthur Cross wishing you happy reading.