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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

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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Rainbow Snippets wishes you a Happy Pi Day

In honour of March 14th, commonly known as Pi day, this week’s snippet involves (a) a maths teacher (Robert) and (b) some food (although not pie, I’m afraid!) Here, near the start of Caught!, posh boy Robert and his down-to-earth … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets is feeling Timey-Wimey

Apparently in some parts of the world, the clocks go back tonight (here in the UK, we have 3 more weeks to go) so it seemed appropriate to snippet from my tongue-in-chee time-travel short story, Back From the Future. Our … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets is feeling convivial

As I was at a steampunk convivial yesterday (much fun and frivolity had by all), I thought I’d snippet today from Counter Culture, my novel featuring a romance between a steampunk – Archie – and a sales assistant (Robin, but … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets is coming out of print

I’ve asked for, and have been given, the rights back to my novels, novellas and short stories with Dreamspinner Press. It’s a sad decision, as they were one of the very first publishers I wrote for, way back in 2009. … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets is celebrating Burns Night

25th January, as well as being my parents’ wedding anniversary (blimey – 62 years and counting!) is traditionally the day on which premier Scottish poet Robert Burns is celebrated. Happy birthday Rabbie – you’d have been 261 today! 🙂 So … Continue reading

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A Feminine Flirty Dozen – out now in ebook

I’m delighted to say that a collection of my f/f short fiction is now available in ebook – paperback due out next month. And it’s on sale at JMS Books at 20% off – for a limited time only, so … Continue reading

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