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A big welcome to Sam Burns and W.M. Fawkes as part of their release of Submitted. Exclusive Excerpt For reasons I could not name, I wanted nothing more than to feel his touch on me. Still, not the new mark. … Continue reading
A big welcome to Warren Rochelle as part of his tour with Other Worlds Ink for To Bring Him Home and Other Tales. What was your first published work? Not counting publications when I was in high school and college, … Continue reading
A big welcome to RJ Scott & V.L. Locey as part of their release bitz for Desert Dreams. Desert Dreams (Owatonna 6) This story is best read as part of the series. It can’t be read as a standalone. GLBTQ, … Continue reading
A big welcome to Lee Welch as part of her release of Seducing the Sorcerer. On love, hope, politics and a horse that eats old socks Hi everyone, and huge thanks to Anne for having me here today to talk … Continue reading
A big welcome to Joe Cosentino as part of his audiobook release of Drama Detective. Writing a mystery series is murder. (smile) Actually, it’s an enormous amount of fun. As a college theatre professor, I can tell you a college … Continue reading
A big welcome to Matt Doyle as part of his release of Ailuros. This book is an experimental sci-fi horror piece. The physical edition of the book features an experimental layout that allows the reader to choose how they wish … Continue reading
A big welcome to RJ Scott & V.L. Locey as part of their release blitz for Back Check. Back Check(Boston Rebels, 2) GLBTQ, MM, Hockey Romance Genre: Hockey Romance Trope: Single Dad, Joint Care of a Baby, Hockey, Surprise Baby, … Continue reading
A big welcome to N.R. Walker as part of her release of Dearest Milton James. Malachi Keogh finds himself in a job he neither wanted nor asked for when his father, boss of Sydney’s postal service, sends him to the … Continue reading
A big welcome to RJ Scott as part of her release blitz for The Gardener and the Marine. The Gardener and the Marine (Ellery Book 9) – can be read as a standalone GLBTQ, MM Trope/themes: Hurt/Comfort, Traumatic Brain Injury, … Continue reading