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About William Tate
William Tate (aka William W. Tate) is an alter ego and the M/M pen name of Author Jennivie Wirries
I have lived in the same town on the outskirts of Detroit almost my entire life, having been born there, and currently residing only miles from where I grew up. A stay at home mom of an eleven year old son, in my spare time I write, read, draw, watch movies and Anime, knit, crochet, role play online, or engage in other activities that unleash my creativity. Writing is something that I have always been passionate about and I've used it to cope with problems I've faced over the course of my life. My summers as a youth were spent perusing library shelves and reading some of the works that influence my writing today. As a writer and reader, I indulge in mostly gay romances in several different sub-genres, and paranormal romances, but I am open to anything. In recent years, my biggest achievements have been finishing the Nanowrimo.org challenge to write a novel in a month (three years in a row), committing to writing something every single day, and getting published in a few anthologies. I have several novels and novellas in the wings just waiting to be shown some love and a few on Amazon.
Titles By William Tate
1) A new idea, method, or device.
2) The introduction of something new.
3) The application of better solutions to meet unarticulated needs.
Three definitions to inspire writers around the world and an unlimited number of possible stories to tell. Here are 120 of our favorites.
Innovation features 300-word speculative flash fiction stories from across the rainbow spectrum, from the minds of the writers of Queer Sci Fi.
Gunnarr has loved Vidar since they were brothers in arms back in the Viking days. In this day and age, Vidar- now the modern, proper gentleman, Ciernan Stewart- is bound by even more expectations and obligations that make his newly awakened attraction to his old friend, Gunnarr, a shameful secret. When the two men are forced to hide their involvement with each other in a house full of guests for the holidays, will the distance make their hearts grow fonder or rip them apart forever?
Tobias has loved Lucie for as long as he's known the owner of the bookstore he works at, and she seems to like him too. There's a problem, though. It turns out his boss has a boyfriend--a vampire that bites for pay. What starts out as a friendship between the three grows into something infinitely more complicated when Tobias becomes the latest victim of another local vampire.