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Reno MacLeod

The Darker Side of Gay Erotica

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Created on 2009-05-03 21:12:36 (#257220), last updated 2009-05-03 (437 weeks ago)

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Birthdate:Sep 26
Location:Massachusetts, United States of America

StarCrossed 1: Demon Tailz is on sale now at Torquere Press!

Copyright © 2008 Reno MacLeod and Jaye Valentine
StarCrossed Logo Trademarked ™ 2008 Reno MacLeod and Jaye Valentine
All rights reserved. No unauthorized reproduction permitted.


The StarCrossed Series:
Famous for the witch trials of 1692, Salem has been trying to smudge out the horrible images of murder and injustice for centuries. In a complete turnaround, the town began welcoming all witches, and by the early 21st century one in four Salem residents either claimed to be a witch or to know one. What most people don't realize is that witches were only the beginning.

ON SALE NOW! For info and to purchase, click on the cover icons below.
"StarCrossed One: Demon Tailz"
StarCrossed 1: Demon Tailz is on sale now at Torquere Press!

"StarCrossed Two: Opposite Ends of the Spectrum"
StarCrossed 2: Opposite Ends of the Spectrum is on sale now at Torquere Press!

"StarCrossed 2.5: Sangria and Seraphim"
On sale from eXcessica!

"StarCrossed Three: Objects in the Mirror"

March 11, 2009 - Torquere Press

"Soft Focus"
On Sale from eXsessica!

"Messiah 1: Three of Cups"


"StarCrossed 3.5: Angel Tears" - WIP
"StarCrossed Four: In The Blink of an Eye" - Finished, In first rounds of edits
"StarCrossed Five: Panacea" (WIP - Currently 16,800 words)


BIO: Co-author of the gay male erotic Urban Fantasy series "Starcrossed", as well as several other books, Reno lives in a small Massachusetts town.

I live in a little town famous for its historical ax-murderess. It's where Sci-Fi's TAPS has has its home office. And where Salem-famous for witches, Newport-famous for pirates, and Providence-famous for H.P.Lovecraft, are under an hour's drive. I guess I really didn't have a chance of not turning out the way I did.

I've always spent a good deal of time with the darker side of my imagination. I was never afraid of the dark. In fact, some of my fondest memories are of Saturday afternoons with my dad watching Creature Double Feature with a big bowl of popcorn. Halloween has always been my favorite holiday. Werewolves, angels, demons and vampires were my childhood passions. I guess I never grew up.


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