‘Small Steps’ by Chris McHart #LGBT #BlogTour #Giveaway

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Today I’m very lucky to be interviewing Chris McHart, author of Small Steps.

Hi Chris, thank you for agreeing to this interview. 

What genre is your book and what drew you to this genre?

M/M Romance. I came from reading M/F, but when I discovered M/M, I never went back. There’s nothing hotter than two guys making out.

How many days a week do you write?

If I can, every day. If I don’t have time, I get withdrawal syndrome after a few days.

On average, how long does it take to write a book?

I can do up to 12,000 words a week, if I’m in the mood and it flows, more. Small Steps took me nearly six weeks (the first draft was 65k long), and another two weeks to edit it (and add another 12k)

Do you have a trailer for your book? If yes, give us the link. If not, do you think you’d like to have one done at some point?

I’m not sure, although I’d love to have one.

If I could be a character in a book, I would be _______?

Oh, hard question. There are so many out there. I don’t know. One of my all time favorite books is L.A. Witt’s ‘Out of Focus’ and I’d love to be a character in it.

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Publisher: Rawmance Publishing

Cover Artist: Meg Bawden/Bawd Designs

Small Steps Ebook CoverBen Amann currently hates everything: The accident that temporarily put him in a wheelchair, the fact that he has to go for rehab and live in an assisted living home as well. Sebastian Hofers, the good looking but equally bad-tempered new assistant to his rehab therapist changes that.

Sebastian has two choices after causing an accident while driving drunk: community service hours or go to jail. The decision is a no-brainer, and so he meets Ben at the rehab center. The two of them hit it off and slowly, Sebastian sees more than just a patient in Ben.

But their growing relationship faces hard trials, not only because of Sebastian’s heavy drinking, but also because of the truth: The two of them already met on an icy street, eight months ago.

Can love and forgiveness overcome the overwhelming guilt and resentment?

Contains: Two ill-tempered men, a lot of hang-ups, a shared hope, and a destroyed dream.

Trigger Warning: deals with alcohol abuse and alcoholism

Pages or Words: 76,800 words

Categories: Contemporary, Gay Fiction, M/M Romance


Sebastian stepped out of the sticky bus. It was hot for that time of the year, and Germany was melting under a heat wave. Munich was no exception. The temperature was somewhere around 35°C and the air conditioning in the bus was either non-existent or not working. The fact that everyone and their mother seemed to have agreed to take this bus didn’t help to make it more bearable.

Sebastian took a deep breath, but it did nothing to cool him down. All he got was a lung full of heat, his sweat, and fumes. Fuck this shit. He could be at a bar right now, sipping a cold beer. But he wasn’t, thanks to that fucking judge.

He had to be here, the last place he wanted to be. Okay, a few meters more, then he reached the place. The sign was unmistakable: Rehabilitation Center. Fucking shit. That judge had had way too much fun sentencing him. Wasn’t there a law against such things? The urge to kick something, anything in his way, rose, but Sebastian grit his teeth. He was no sixteen-year-old anymore. Instead of kicking something, Sebastian peered into the windows. An empty desk sat near the entrance door. Nobody was there.

Sebastian took another deep breath, which did nothing to quell his anger, and slowly pushed open the door. He wouldn’t get his Community Service hours done by standing in front of the building. And if the judge had his way, Sebastian was going to be here quite a few hours. Two-hundred, to be precise. Fucking two-hundred hours of work in a rehab center. He should kill that judge.

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Chris McHart lives in Germany, with her husband, slave, Dom, partner in crime, and muse (all in one person, not even she’s that kinky!). She loves her husband, men in kilts and Scotch Whiskey. Her idea of a perfect evening is to curl up with her laptop and write (the other options are not suitable to post in public).

Visit her blog or friend her on Facebook, where you can join her author group.

Where to find Chris McHart:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008256641886

Facebook Author Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chris-McHart/326380184192029?ref=hl

Twitter: www.twitter.com/chris_mchart

Facebook Author group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/882598865132498/?fref=nf

Blog: www.chrismchart.com

Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26174363-small-steps


Rafflecopter Prize: Paperback copy of ‘Small Steps’ by Chris McHart


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Tour Dates & Stops:

21-Sep Bayou Book Junkie

22-Sep Dawn’s Reading Nook, Inked Rainbow Reads

23-Sep Wicked Faerie’s Tales and Reviews, Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words

24-Sep Full Moon Dreaming

25-Sep Velvet Panic, BFD Book Blog

28-Sep Bike Book Reviews, 3 Chicks After Dark, Carly’s Book Reviews

29-Sep Mikky’s World of Books, Divine Magazine, Jessie G. Books

30-Sep Kimi-Chan, Havan Fellows, V’s Reads

1-Oct Three Books Over The Rainbow, Prism Book Alliance

2-Oct Books A to Z, Hearts on Fire

5-Oct The Novel Approach, MM Good Book Reviews

6-Oct Love Bytes

7-Oct Molly Lolly, Two Chicks Obsessed With Books and Eye Candy

8-Oct LeAnn’s Book Reviews, Amanda C. Stone

9-Oct Rainbow Gold Reviews, Happily Ever Chapter, Parker Williams, Open Skye Book Reviews


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I would like to give a big Thank You to Chris McHart and Will at Pride Promotions for letting us take place in this Blog Tour.

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