Tour and guest post: JK Hogan – Strong Medicine

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Title: Strong Medicine

Author: J.K. Hogan

Publisher: Wilde City Press

Cover Artist: J.K. Hogan (KHD Graphics)

Release Date: 5/11/16

Heat Level: 3

Pairing: m/m

Length: 97k words

Genre/Tags: Psychological, Dark, M/M Romance

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J.K. Hogan Guest Post – My Writing Space

            Since beginning my novel Strong Medicine, the landscape … Continue reading

Review: JK Hogan – Shadows Fall

shadowsAuthor: : JK Hogan
Reviewer: Yvonne
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Genre: MM Paranormal
ISBN: 9781925313246

Review: With its mix of mystery and romance and mediums and ghosts this story had a lot of the elements that I enjoyed.

I liked the premise which consisted of a character who’s haunted by the fact that he can see dead people but not necessarily control how and when they appear.

Titus McGinty is a coffee shop owner living in North Carolina. He’s a Romany which is a type … Continue reading

JK Hogan – Shadows Fall Tour and Contest





Today I’m very lucky to be interviewing J.K. Hogan, author of Shadows Fall.  Hi J.K., thank you for agreeing to this interview. Tell us a little about yourself, your background, and your current book.

Hey, there! IRL I’m a pretty normal gal, wife and mother and fur-mommy. I stay at home with my son and alternate between writing and graphic design.

I started out writing m/f paranormal romance—I have a series of three books if … Continue reading

J.K. Hogan – I Survived Seattle (Coming About, Book One)


Author: J.K. Hogan 
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Wilde City Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN:   9781925031911

Summary:  As if being a deeply closeted gay man living in the South isn’t enough, Justice Crawford also suffers from a crippling anxiety disorder. Flying cross country to be the best man in his best friend’s wedding probably isn’t the best idea, right? Forced back into the closet after being rejected by his family, Justice has given up on the idea of finding acceptance and love. He has allowed his … Continue reading