About Me

I don’t really know everything. I just try to keep my mouth shut about what I don’t know.

This is a dog- and toy-friendly blog.

About my work: I write fiction. My Timothy James Beck writing partners and I wrote IT HAD TO BE YOU, HE’S THE ONE, I’M YOUR MAN, SOMEONE LIKE YOU, and WHEN YOU DON’T SEE ME (all from Kensington).

My writing partner Timothy J. Lambert and I wrote THE DEAL, published by Alyson in 2004, and THREE FORTUNES IN ONE COOKIE (under the name Cochrane Lambert, from Alyson, 2005).

Timothy and I also edited these anthologies of romantic stories from brilliant veteran and new writers: FOOL FOR LOVE: NEW GAY FICTION, (February 2009), FOOLISH HEARTS: New Gay Fiction (January 2014), and BEST GAY ROMANCE 2014 (February 2014), all from Cleis Press.

My novel A COVENTRY CHRISTMAS, a contemporary romance, was released in October 2006. My second solo effort, A COVENTRY WEDDING, was released in January 2009. Both books are from Zebra.

About my life: I live on The Compound with my mellow husband and two quirky dogs–Margot and Guinness–who run the place. Also located on The Compound is the residence of Timothy J. Lambert and his dogs Pixie P. Lambert, Penny D. Lambert, and Pollock “LG” Lambert. Timothy is a founding board member of Rescued Pets Movement, for whom I volunteer as a photographer for the group’s social media sites.

This is a site for tolerance. Comments are always welcome but I reserve the right to delete anything that expresses a view of intolerance, hate, or extreme discourtesy. Play nice.

6 Responses to About Me

  1. Lynn Brown says:

    I was here

  2. Sandra Rhodes says:

    I had lost you , so glad you are still out there!!!!!:)

  3. Nick says:

    Sad to hear you’ve left the Compound. Y’all are welcome here at the Institute.

    • Becky says:

      Awww, thanks! Will there be chocolate on the pillows?

      You just made me aware that I need to change this “About Me” page. If only the new place had a name…

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