Hey, everyone!

“Jamieson Wolf is a gifted writer!” 

Kelley Armstrong, New York Times bestselling author of the Women of the Otherworld series

I hope everyone is staying well and staying safe. Please take care of yourselves and those you love. I’m sending sparkles for everyone that needs them.

During this time, reading and writing have been such a comfort to me. They’ve brought me joy when there was none, offered me distraction when I was in need and helped me to travel to far off places when I was unable to leave the house.

I’ve got three new releases! Check them out below to learn more!

In the meantime, stay safe!

Love and Lemonade (The Lemonade Series Book Three)

Winner of LR Café’s Best of 2019 Award for Best GLBTQ+ Book!

Blaine and his friends haven’t always been lucky in love. They’ve fumbled throughout lust, hoping to find their hearts desire, or at least a good lay. They have made their way through life, stumbling a few times, and have finally found their way to comfort and acceptance…Or have they? There are all kinds of love in the world and Blaine and his friends will have to find the love that works for them.

Thin Places – The Ottawan Anthology

Fourteen authors, fifteen short stories, one poem, local publisher (and Winner of the 2020 Faces of Ottawa, Favourite Publisher), local editor, and our very own Codi Jeffreys penning its foreword! All with underlying themes of parallel universes or alternative realities. Ottawa, are you ready to see what incredible literary richness this awesome city has to offer?!

This book includes my story Finders Keepers.

When I Think of You (Poems)

There is something about capturing the longing of the human heart within words. When Jamieson Wolf first met the man who would become his husband, he began to write him love poems. Over the next six years, he penned more and more of them trying to find a way to describe how he felt about the love that was blooming between them. Follow along on their journey. These poems contain joy and light, wonder and healing. Ultimately, this volume of poems confirms a couple of Jamieson’s beliefs: that love can heal all kinds of wounds and that magic is very real.

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