About Kerry Freeman
Born and raised in the Southern US, Kerry Freeman was the quintessential tomboy who’d rather play war with the neighborhood boys than get near a doll. She discovered a love of words early, reading everything in sight.
Kerry writes contemporary gay romance/Boys’ Love novels, and her dream is to have her books translated for the Asian market. Many of her stories, including “One Last Road Trip” in the Rainbow Award-winning Playing Ball, are about baseball players. As Jamie in What We Deserve would say, you have to love the guys in those tight baseball pants.
Loves: Oxford Comma, baseball, reading non-fiction
Hates: Bananas, underwire bras, stories without a happy ending
Kerry lives in the Southern US with her husband and spoiled rotten furbabies.