• Friend: Hey are you okay?
  • Me: yeah I'm fine
  • Me on the inside: approximately 47 minutes and 53 seconds ago, the My Chemical Romance official social medias uploaded a video of a flag that symbolises reunion and trinity. The initials MCRX were around it, this stands for My chemical romance and X is the Roman numeral for 10 which is how many years it's been since Welcome To The Black Parade was released. This also links to Welcome to the black parade being played in the background. Then, the date September 23rd appears on screen after slowly fading to white. This could mean a tour, a new album, a re release of welcome to the black parade or even a REUNION. I also predict there to be a worldwide shortage of eyeliner.

I play on the bisexual thing because it’s something else, it’s fun. But I don’t put on the show because I feel I have to and the last thing I want to do is give people an idea of exactly who I am. I want people to work out their own interpretation of me and my image. I don’t want to build a frame around myself and say, ‘This is what I am’ or ‘This is all I am.’

To be honest. I’d like people to think there is no falsity in me because what I do is really my character. But I think mystique, not knowing the truth about someone, is very appealing. I’d be doing myself an injustice if I didn’t wear makeup because some people think it’s wrong. Even to talk about being gay used to be obnoxious and unheard of. But gone are those days. There’s a lot of freedom today and you can put yourself across anyway you want to. But I haven’t CHOSEN this image. I’m myself and in fact half the time I let the wind take me.

I don’t go out to have very gay company but, I tell you, in this business it’s very hard to find friends – to have loyal friends and to keep them. Among my friends are a lot of gay people and a lot of girls and a lot of OLD men. The man I have as a chauffeur – we’ve, built up such a bond, it’s a kind of love, and I don’t care what people think about it. Putting people in different categories is unfair. You have to judge people on what they are.



Persephone’s life has been one of leisure among the verdant fields: the maiden of flowers, sheltered by her mother, the Harvest Goddess Demeter. Now she is a woman, a goddess in her own right, yearning for freedom— even as the terms of an ancient pact are about to come due.

Hades’s life has been one of solitude in the somber land of the dead: the God of the Underworld, he lives without attachments, eternally governing the souls of mortals. But he dreams of the young goddess who was promised to be his wife, and knows it is time for his Kingdom to have a Queen.

When Hades arrives to claim his betrothed, he finds a young goddess eager to unearth her divine potential— and a powerful mother unwilling to let go. Receiver of Many begins an erotic story of passion and possession, duty and desire, and a struggle that threatens both ancient Greece and the Realm of the Dead itself.

This is it! The eBook cover of Receiver of Many!

The text above will be on the back cover of the paperback version, available September 23, 2015 on Amazon and CreateSpace.

The ebook will be available the same day, on Kindle, Nook, iBook, Google Play and other fine retailers.

Mark your calendars, and stay tuned for preorder announcements!