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Category Archives: blog hop
A big thanks to Nicki J Markus for organising this blog hop. Check out the other posts here As Valentine’s Day comes around each year I always think about why a cynic like myself writes and reads romance. A lot … Continue reading
I’m interviewing Diana Waters on my LJ today as part of her blog tour with Eyes on Books. There’s also a rafflecopter giveaway.
I’m taking part in the Hop for Visibility, Awareness, and Equality. Check out my LJ post for more info, and don’t forget to visit other blogs in the hop.
I’m taking part in the LGBT Valentine’s Day Blog Hop. Hop by all the blogs and enter to win. Read more on my LJ.
Queer SF is running its first ever holiday blog hop. Members are sharing a number of our great holiday-themed titles on their blogs – it’s a great way to find speculative-fiction themed LGBT holiday books! We’ve included buy links for … Continue reading
I’m taking part in the LGBT Halloween Blog Hop. There are prizes to be won – enter and spread the word. More details and a list of sites taking part on my LJ.
I’m taking part in the Pride Blog Hop which runs from 21-28th September. A big thanks to Divine Magazine for hosting and organising the rafflecopter giveaway. You can read my post on my LJ.
I’m hosting Ann Anderson’s story on my LJ as part of the ‘What Happened in Vegas Marriage Equality Blog Hop’. The hop is the brain child of Shae Connor and runs from 10-31st August. Each post also highlights an LGBT … Continue reading
I’m taking part in the Hop Against Homophobia, Bi- and Transphobia which runs from 17-24 May. Please click on the HAHT image to go to the site or alternatively click here. The Hop has been created to raise awareness of … Continue reading