Pablo Michaels

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Pablo Michaels is primarily a loner. He was born gay. When he worked at the local public library in high school, smuggling out adult fiction and non-fiction, discovering a disenchanted perception of gay life. Coming from very domineering conversationalist’s family and friends, he withdrew to express his life through words and fantasies. He devoted his life, while working full-time and part-time at other jobs in San Francisco in the 1980’s, to write and submit his stories, novels and poetry. He found his true voice for the craft in 1990 when he began an unfinished novel. “The Deer in the Forest” is still unfinished. He diverts his nervous energy into perfecting the voices that drive him into this craft he loves. He believes god is present in all human beings, plants, nature and the universe, and if given the chance, they will speak to a true romanticist’s heart and soul, like himself.

Pablo published his first two e-books, When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again, Hooray and Pagan Knights of Cambria in 2010. In 2012 he published his first novel, Catnip, Rosemary, Rage and Time. In 2012 he published the short story A Night at San Gregorio Beach in the anthology The Boys Club in 2012 by Naughty Nights Press.

His book, Blood, Sweat and Black Leather, a gay paranormal romance, was published by Yellow Silk Dreams in January 2015. His Latest book, Affairs of Men’s Hearts, published in May 2015 by Yellow Silk Dreams is an anthology of four stories connected by the themes of gay men seeking love with another man, from wishful thinking male to male romances to gay marriage.

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