09/20/2015 In Books, New Releases

First; by K.C. Wells—Book Blast and Giveaway.

  Blurb: It’s taken Tommy Newsome a while to get his head around being gay. Growing up in a small town in Georgia, hasn’t prepared him for the more liberal life of a student at the university in Athens. Add to that the teachings of his parents and his church, and you have one shy young man who feels out of his depth. Working on his daddy’s farm hasn’t given him any chance of a social life, certainly not one like the clubs of Atlanta have on offer. Not that Tommy feels comfortable when he gets to sample it—Momma’s lectures still ring loudly inside his head. All that changes when he goes to his first gay bar and sets eyes …

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09/16/2015 In Author Profiles, New Releases

Lovers, Losers and You—Blog Tour and Giveaway—An Interview With Skylar M. Cates.

Many years ago (okay so like two and a half, but it seems longer) I ‘met’ Skylar Cates—on line.  This year I got to meet her in person, not once, but twice. When I got the chance to join her current blog tour, I knew I wanted to interview her again. So, with that, take a few moments to read the interview, check out the new book (and hopefully go buy it) and then enter the giveaway. An Interview With Skylar M. Cates. Welcome back Skylar. Since it’s been a couple years since you were last here, remind people about yourself and tell us anything new. Hello! Thank you for having me back. I write contemporary MM for Dreamspinner. I …

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09/14/2015 In Books, Guest, Uncategorized

See You In The Morning; by A. T. Weaver—Book Blast and Giveaway

  Blurb:   Jake wonders if he’ll ever find a long-term, loving relationship like his parents have. After all, same-sex marriage is a pipe dream. Then he meets Dave. From the first kiss, they know they belong together. For over fifty years they’re together, living their happily ever after in spite of bigotry. They raise four wonderful children, always counting on the promise they give each other every night – “see you in the morning.” Publisher: A. T. Weaver Cover Artist: Ken Clark – Photo from Dreamstime Release Date: March 4, 2014    Excerpt: Jake walked into the cottage, laid the rose on the hall table, removed his jacket and hung it on a hook inside the hall closet. He …

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09/12/2015 In Uncategorized

A Summer (And Spring) in Pictures

So, yeah, I’ve been bad. No real picture update for months. (Some of you I’m sure are thing – thank the Lord!)  So these span Easter, Mother’s Day, the puppy’s birth, a slew of birthday parties, strawberry picking, a Father’s Day concert, baseball games (though I’m not sure ‘lil q knows they played a game, she goes for the eats and carousal rides), a summer of field trips, the first year of soccer and a few other odds and ends.  It also shows the progress of the puppies – Lindsey and Farrell (Mike named him for the main character in my Champion of the Gods series.) You think kids grow fast, fuhgeddataboutit. Dogs run laps around kids. Enjoy.  

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09/10/2015 In Uncategorized

A Hard Day’s Night Blog Tour and Giveaway—An Interview With Mia Kerick

Today I’m excited to bring you an Interview with Mia Kerick. I’m a fan of her writing and a big fan of Mia as a person. She’s been an unabashed supporter for everyone’s rights and is using her platform as a best selling author to portray various gender situations in positive ways. So, please take a moment to read the interview and then enter the giveaway for a really cool and different prize. An Interview With Mia Kerick Welcome Mia!  Since this the first time I’ve had a chance to interview you, tell readers about yourself. Hi Andrew, and readers! I’m thrilled to be here today in promotion of my new release “A Hard Day’s Night”.  So, who am I? …

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09/03/2015 In Guest, New Releases

Bent Arrow; by Posey Roberts—Book Blast and Giveaway

Blurb: Sometimes curves in the road take you right where you belong. Luther Almond’s life working the Bakken oil field is perfect—short-lived jobs, temporary housing, and easy hookups. That’s one reason he won’t move home when he inherits the lake house. When Erik Heat bends over to fix Luther’s pipes, his tattoos hint he might be up for more than working on the drain. The last thing Luther expects is to want more from this guy than one night. Every time they’re together, Luther is more grounded and Erik more confident. When the lake house demands attention, Luther asks for Erik’s help. There he imagines a more permanent life, one where he stops running. But he wants Erik by his …

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09/03/2015 In Guest, New Releases

Uncommon Valor; by Rachel Ravenheart—Blog Tour and Giveaway

Today  please welcome Rachel to the blog. I’ve ‘known’ Rachel for about a year through Gay Authors and more recently the Free Friday Fiction group.  Rachel’s new book, Uncommon Valor, is about something I might know a thing or two about—a gay couple raising a child. This is Rachel’s first published work and she dives right in. She’s going to tell you a bit about the journey that brings Uncommon Valor to print. After you finish reading, make sure you enter the giveaway and check out the other stops on her blog tour. Uncommon Valor; by Rachel Ravenheart Uncommon Valor originally started as a writing prompt on an amateur writing website as a way to break free from writer’s block …

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08/29/2015 In Author Profiles, New Releases

Fret; by Sandrine Gasq-Dion—Blog Tour Interview and Giveaway

  Today please welcome Sandrine Gasq-Dion to the blog. She’s here to talk about herself, her writing, and her new release, Fret. An Interview with Sandrine Gasq-Dion Welcome Sandrine! Since Since this is your first time on the blog, please tell us a bit about yourself. Hi!! I’m a mother of four and expecting two grandchildren within the next few months! I’ve been married to the military since the age of nineteen and grew up with Old scholl French parents. I’ve got a wonderful support system as my entire family is very supportive of my career. I guess I am extremely lucky to have such an open-minded family! You’re quite the profilic author, when did you publish your first book? A …

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08/28/2015 In Guest, New Releases

Rattlesnake; by Kim Fielding—New Release Available August 31, 2015

Kim Fielding has a new release. Since I’m a big fan of Kim’s, I thought I’d post this and give folks a sneak peek. It comes out on Monday, so pace yourselves. But definitely pre-order it. Blurb: A drifter since his teens, Jimmy Dorsett has no home and no hope. What he does have is a duffel bag, a lot of stories, and a junker car. Then one cold desert night he picks up a hitchhiker and ends up with something more: a letter from a dying man to the son he hasn’t seen in years. On a quest to deliver the letter, Jimmy travels to Rattlesnake, a small town nestled in the foothills of the California Sierras. The centerpiece …

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08/27/2015 In Cover Reveal, New Releases

Signs of Life; by Melanie Hansen—Cover Reveal and Giveaway

Blurb: Successful lawyer Jeremy Speer has it all—a loving husband, a beautiful home, and a cherished dream that’s about to become reality. He’s learned not to take happiness for granted, meeting the challenges of life and love head-on with unwavering commitment and fierce devotion. A series of tragic events leave Jeremy shattered, adrift on a sea of unimaginable pain. He’s able to piece his life back together, but instead of embracing it, he merely exists, using isolation and punishing physical exertion to keep the world at bay. High school teacher Kai Daniels has a heart for at-risk kids—he was one himself, and a teenage brush with the law and some troubled years behind bars left him scarred inside and out. …

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