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No one asked, but I have advice anyway. That’s the way it goes around here. Small businesses fail. 80% within the first 18 months, according to Forbes. Publishers fail. I will not name names, but Absolute Write has an excellent column on why publishers fail. I learned a lot from it, and swore not to… Read More
March 1, 2015 (Matthews, NC) — Cinder and the Smoke is a highly anticipated historical crime drama. Word on the street is that it’ll be the hit of the year. Combining Geonn’s love of period pieces, crime with a twist of mystery, a sincere love of women, and of course a heart wrenching emotional bond… Read More
Supposed Crimes author Geonn Cannon was called out recently on the Lesbian Lounge podcast, by guest Christin Baker, CEO of Tello Films. She said: We’re working on a project with an author named Geonn Cannon, and he has a series called Riley Parra, that has lesbian leads and we are… it’s the one project that… Read More
Love is a Mess: A Supposed Crimes Anthology “Steamy, sometimes funny, sometimes emotional (especially that first one – I could feel the embarrassment!) I love when writers get together to compile their stories. Everyone has a different style and it makes it that much more fun to read. It also helps me as a reader… Read More
I’ve been secretly writing men who love men for almost fifteen years. That’s probably a bit of a shock to anyone reading this who’s known me that long. Heck, it’s probably a shock to anyone who knows me through my writing but didn’t know how old I am. Although my first venture into completing a… Read More
This Month's Release!In nineteenth century New York, safes aren’t living up to their name. A thief so wily, so impossible to capture the police call her “the Smoke,” has been targeting the wealthy. In reality, the Smoke is a woman named Kezia Cyr, a woman born in prison, stolen from her mother, and raised by runaways and pickpockets. When her emotions cause a job to blow up in her face, Kezia’s adoptive family scatters, and she is left to avenge those she’s lost. The Smoke may finally meet her match in Pinkerton Agent Shelby Button, who earned the moniker “Cinder” for running into a burning building to capture a criminal. Button finds Kezia’s trail and refuses to let her prey go without a fight. With a decade-old murder to avenge, Kezia will stop at nothing to correct her past mistakes, and Agent Button is willing to trek across the country to bring the phantom Smoke to justice once and for all.
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