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?

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On paperback release

Very happy to announce that my LGBT erotic murder mystery, Ask Me No Questions, has been released on paperback. This is a fun, sexy, whodunit, and can be found at JMS Books, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.

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Dylan Lakewood never imagined anyone would hit on him at his job working at the local shopping mall taking surveys for random products. But then he meets Trenton, a tall skater boy who puts the moves on him. Trenton introduces him to his shy friend, Bennett, who just happens to be on the run from the police, who think he murdered a college jock.

When Dylan agrees to hide Bennett, he unwittingly pits himself against a killer desperate to keep a hundred thousand dollar secret.

This is Elliot Arthur Cross wishing you happy reading.

On Tanglewood Road’s release

My YA horror book Tanglewood Road is now available as an e-book from JMS Books (and major retailers during the upcoming week) and a paperback from Amazon.

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Blurb: Cody Langdon moves to Florida to start over after a failed suicide attempt. His mom hopes the change in scenery will do him more good than the medication he refuses to take, but Cody hates the sweltering summer heat and the loneliness of living in a state without any friends.

With several weeks to go until school begins, Cody sulks alone in the house while his mom works. Refusing to acclimatize himself to his new surroundings, he insists on wearing his usual black clothing and cranks the air conditioning all day.

The odd thing is, Cody hasn’t seen a single sign of life since his arrival on Tanglewood Road. The lawns are well-kept, cars are parked in the driveways, and trash is put out once a week, but Cody has never actually seen anyone living on the street. Slowly, his thoughts spiral into obsession and paranoia. Where is everyone?

Then Cody stumbles upon a support group for those who have survived demonic attacks. The posts online only strengthen Cody’s resolve when he learns about a murderous demon who has long stalked Southwest Florida. Has this same demon set up residence on Tanglewood Road, or is Cody’s cabin fever getting the best of him?