About Chase Connor

Chase Connor currently lives in Des Moines, Iowa with his husband, his dog, Rimbaud, and spends his days writing about the people who live (loudly and rent-free) in his head when he’s not busy being enthusiastic about naps and Pad Thai. Chase started his writing career as a confused gay teen looking for an escape from reality. Ten years later, one of the books he wrote during those years, Just A Dumb Surfer Dude: A Gay Coming-of-Age Tale, was published independently. Now with The Lion Fish Press (and almost 20 books later), Chase has numerous projects in various stages of completion and lined up for publishing.

Chase is a multi-genre author, but always with a healthy dollop of gay.

Young Adult (coming-of-age, Fantasy)

New Adult

M/M Romance

Paranormal Romance

Lit Fic

Chase can be reached at chaseconnor@chaseconnor.com

Or on Twitter @ChaseConnor7

Or on Facebook by clicking here

Or Goodreads by clicking here

Or Bookbub by clicking here

On Litsy at Chase.Connor

He does his very best to respond to all DMs, emails, and Twitter comments from his reader friends and loves the interaction with them, though sometimes his ineptitude with social media shows.  Chase has several novellas/novels for sale on Amazon in ebook and paperback format.

Chase Connor’s entire catalog can be read for FREE with a Kindle Unlimited subscription.

Chase has plans to blog about writing, existing projects, projects he has in development, and, of course, his own special way of viewing life.

NEW POSTS EVERY TUESDAY @ 12:01AM CST. (or whenever the mood strikes)


Rebellion Lit Interview

Rebellion Lit Interview (second interview)

Love Bytes LGBTQ+ Book Reviews (Between Enzo & the Universe)

Love Bytes LGBTQ+ Book Reviews (A Surplus of Light)

Rainbow Reviews (A Surplus of Light)

Rainbow Reviews (Between Enzo & the Universe)

Written Words Reviews (A Tremendous Amount of Normal)

CoverSmash Literary Fiction Cover of the Month (July 2020) for Between Enzo & The Universe.

Chrissie Tann’s review of The Gravity of Nothing

Chrissie Tann’s review of A Tremendous Amount of Normal

Love Bytes LGBTQ+ Book Reviews (A Straight Line)