Some of my fiction is available for free download on this site, or elsewhere on the web. There are also excerpts for many of the commercially published stories - you'll find links on the individual pages for the books.
Bibliography and printable list of titles
A full bibliography of my fiction with links to stories, excerpts, cover art and reviews.
I'm mostly published under the pen name Jules Jones. I also write erotica under the name Storm Duffy, who has a website of her very own. You can buy my books directly from the publishers, primarily Loose Id and NineStar Press. You can also find many of my titles at third party retailers, including for Jules Jones Amazon UK, Amazon US, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, iTunes, and various resellers.
Recent sales and publications
A Collision With Reality. Erotica short story, 7100 words, contemporary, m/m. First published as an ebook by NineStar Press on 2 January 2017.
Flynnís not as anonymous as he thinks when he tells his chatroom friends what he wants his new boss to do to him. When his boss confronts him, Flynnís choice is put up or shut up. He can play out the fantasy or walk away and forget about his fantasies forever.
Knotting the Tie. Erotic romance short story, 6200 words, contemporary, m/m. Standalone sequel to Nice Tie. First published as an ebook by Loose Id on 10 November 2015. ISBN: 978-1-68252-021-5. More details and excerpt here, and full story available free from Loose Id.
After a year together, Alex knows what he has with Robin is for life, and he wants to stand up and say so in public. Itís time to propose, and heís doing it the old fashioned way Ė roses, champagne and going down on one knee.
Bread and Butter Pudding. Erotic romance short story, 3,600 words, contemporary, m/m. First published in the Dreamspinner Press anthology Not Quite Shakespeare on 2 June 2014. Available at Dreamspinner's website in both ebook format (ISBN-13 978-1-63216-020-1) and trade paperback (ISBN-13 978-1-63216-019-5).
Any Port In a Storm. Erotica short story, 5000 words, contemporary, m/m/m. First published in Mammoth Book of Urban Erotic Confessions (edited by Barbara Cardy), published by Constable & Robinson in the UK on 17 April 2014, and by Running Press in the US June 2014.
Alex loves watching a man do up a silk tie, and heís just found the perfect eye candy on his morning commute. A pity Robinís his new client at work, and off-limits as a dress-up doll.
A Sparrow Flies Though. Erotica short story, 1,500 words, contemporary m/m, published in The Mammoth Book of Quick and Dirty Erotica, by Constable & Robinson in the UK on 18 April 2013 (ISBN: 9781780337913), and Running Press in the US on 25 June 2013 (ISBN: 9780762448135).High tech cottaging provides a few moments of light and warmth on a dark cold night.
And if I offered thee a bargain. Short story, published as an ebook by Musa Publishing's Erato imprint 7 September 2012. Contemporary fantasy with m/m content, 5,500 words. Alas, currently out of print with the closure of Musa in February 2015.
The Romance Review: Top Pick This was a wonderful, passionate short story that keeps you reading from the very first line. -- AnnetteG
Fallen Angel Reviews: 4/5 and It is unusual for an author to create an intricate world within such a short time, but Mr. Jules's story is perfect just the way it is.
Work in progress
Or not in progress, as the case may be. Most of this isn't being actively worked on at any particular time. It's stuff that will happen eventually, and in many cases there's a significant chunk of it already in existence. Things that show up in this section are often short stories or novelettes that will be reworked into novels. I've got a bad habit of starting to write a short story for an anthology, and ending up with something that gets accused by beta-readers and editors of being the synopsis for a novel. If it's listed here, they can see what its current status is without nagging me about it.
The baronetcy story - contemporary m/m/f novel. This is the novel length Thing that has been occupying my brain for the last couple of years, after I started writing a short story. Various editors can stop sniggering, thanks. It's been 5000 words to go for the last 30k, but as of the end of 2016 I think it genuinely is only 5k words to go to the end of the first draft.
Taxman -- urban fantasy set in contemporary London. Subject of a whine in rasfc about not sure whether it's one for an sf publisher or a romance publisher, but currently being aimed at the latter.
Lord and Master 3 -- I have a plot and the first
15 18 kwords. It may be a while before there's any more than that.
Buildup 3 -- I will write it one day. I swear I will...
Work not in progress
"He's dead, Jim." Some things are now in the "abandoned" category, for various reasons.
Dec 2011: In particular, it's highly unlikely that most of the partials co-written with Alex will ever be finished -- she's been seriously ill, is effectively unable to write commercial fiction for the forseeable future, and will probably not be able to pick up several of our joint projects even when she recovers. One of them I might be able to finish solo, but most of them were very much the product of the interaction between us. I might put up the fragment of the Syndicate honeymoon story that exists, if the beta-readers say that what's there is worth reading as is. (ETA Jan 2012 - the Syndicate honeymoon fragment and writers' notes are now available on the site.)