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About jlmerrow

JL Merrow is that rare beast, an English person who refuses to drink tea. She read Natural Sciences at Cambridge, where she learned many things, chief amongst which was that she never wanted to see the inside of a lab ever again. Her one regret is that she never mastered the ability of punting one-handed whilst holding a glass of champagne. She writes across genres, with a preference for contemporary gay romance and the paranormal, and is frequently accused of humour. Find JL Merrow online at: www.jlmerrow.com

Hairy, Horny, and out now in ebook

Way back in 2011, I first found out about the existence of that cuddly cryptid, the jackalope, which for the uninitiated is a North American bunny with horns or antlers. (I’d add an image, but non-copyright photos of these elusive … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets is Going A-Maying

Well, not really, although I have been appreciating the joys of Spring on my government-approved exercise walks around the countryside where I live. Tree blossom has come and largely gone, and the bluebells are on the wane, bringing summer ever … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets is desperate for a bite

My tongue- (and fangs-?) in-cheek vampire short story, Bloodlust and Bylines (previously published as Becoming the Spoils), is out today from JMS Books – and if you buy from the publisher’s site, there’s a 20% discount for a limited time … Continue reading

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Autism Awareness Blog Hop and Giveaway

Autism Fact: About 1% of the world population has autism. I’m delighted to be taking part in RJ Scott’s Autism Awareness blog hop once more, and this year’s theme is food. I was brought up eating strictly seasonal vegetables. My … Continue reading

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Midwinter Manor series now on Kindle Unlimited

My 1920s-set novellas, Poacher’s Fall and its sequel, Keeper’s Pledge, are now available for the first time in KU: Poacher’s Fall One snowy night just before Christmas, 1922, poacher Danny Costessey rounds off a night trapping rabbits by climbing a … Continue reading

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Snared and more now on Kindle Unlimited

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m definitely getting my money’s worth out of my KU subscription right now! And I’m delighted to say that my Scottish wildcat shifter novella, Snared, is now available on Kindle and … Continue reading

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Midnight in Berlin is now available on Kindle and KU

My second werewolf novel, Midnight in Berlin, is now once again available on Kindle – and for the first time, in KU: One bad decision can change your life forever It’s midnight in Berlin, and drifter Leon is hitchhiking home … Continue reading

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Camwolf is now available on Kindle and KU

My Cambridge University-set werewolf novel, Camwolf, is now available in Kindle and for the first time in KU: A race to save his lover—by becoming his own worst nightmare. Dr. Nick Sewell has it all. Good friends, a career as … Continue reading

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Wight Mischief is now available in KU

I’m delighted to say that my romantic suspense novel Wight Mischief (previously published by Dreamspinner) is now once more available on Kindle – and for the first time, in KU: A ghost of a chance at love. Personal trainer Will … Continue reading

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Muscling Through is Free for a Week

For those who need a little light reading to take their minds off the current world situation, I’m delighted to say that one of my best-selling books, Muscling Through, is available FREE from the JMS Books website from today through … Continue reading

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