Jamie Freeman

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Jamie Freeman resides in a blue county amid the predominantly red counties of North Florida, but he still can’t legally marry. He is a part-time writer with a full-time day job. He dabbles in genre fiction (erotica, gay romance, horror, micro-fiction and literary fiction), reads obsessively, knows every musical theater lyric ever written, and watches more movies in a year than he can count. As a good southern boy, he’s mesmerized by politics and propriety, race and religion, guns and gardens. He’s a compulsive storyteller with about a dozen projects on his plate at any given moment, so y’all stay tuned.

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  • Brother Dave’s Traveling Damnation Show brotherdave_cvrpdfby Jamie Freeman

    Being mistaken for the boyfriend of a homophobic televangelist and kidnapped at gunpoint isn’t a great way to begin a Friday evening, but when sex, religion, and gunplay collide, surprises are bound to happen. It’s all part of the show when Brother Dave’s Travelling Damnation Show comes to town. (M/M)





  • Cubicle Casanova Cover for Cubicle Casanovaby Jamie Freeman

    Jonathan Byrd is a pill-popping, boner-hopping, nihilist, NSA wage slave with a penchant for shirking his duties and stumbling out of his pants. When he meets a Texas man with broad shoulders and a $5000 suit, Jonathan decides to pencil him in. (M/M)





  • The Wages of Sin Cover of The Wages of Sinby Jamie Freeman

    In the breakaway Christian States of America, homosexuality is punishable by death. In the rebel capital of Washington DC, Jason Braverman lives a life of quiet desperation. Hiding his true nature, he grapples with the loss of his sexual freedom as he watches his beloved city patrolled by uniformed thugs and bombed to the ground by the U.S. Army. Then he meets Daniel, and he realizes sometimes liberation is worth paying the ultimate price. (M/M)



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