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Top Ten Ways to Procrastinate When You Should Be Writing

*Waves* Hi y’all. I’m Lee Brazil, author of m/m romance with Breathless Press, Story Orgy, Pulp Friction and Evernight. I’ve been a professional writer for about three years…

New Year Resolutions that go Horribly Wrong

Hi everyone! I’m back again! This time I’m talking about my book Makahiki, the third and final chapter in my M/M urban fantasy/paranormal series, The Last Warrior. It’s…

The Greatest Mysteries are Inside Us

Let’s welcome guest author DD Symms who clues us in on his latest story, a male-male romance that digs into the intense emotions of guilt and anguish that…

Why I Write LGBT Fiction

Guest blog by Matthew J. Metzger, author of Enough I’d like to get serious for a minute, if I may. (I know – Matthew? Getting serious? Pft.) But…

Why Listening is Important

Guest post by L.M. Brown, author of Touch of a Ghost First of all, thank you for having me here today.  I’m L.M. Brown, a writer of MM…

Excerpt: Haunted by the Past by Pelaam

Blurb: Jared didn’t believe in ghosts or love, until he moved into his new house and found both. Finding a house that suits him, Jared makes the move to…

Review: In Your Eyes (The Mates Series Book 3) by Cardeno C.

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Born to rule, Sam Goodwin is the perfect leader for the Yafenack pack as he has studied shifter laws, made sure his body…

My writing space. (Well – spaces.)

Guest blog by Lisa A Adams, author of Fire on Ice Through the course of several book releases, I usually get the same questions from different blog hosts. One…

Shakespeare & Steampunk: Romancing the Words

Guest blog by Nikki Woolfolk, author of The Men of Summerly When I decided to write the second installment in my Steampunk romance Sweet & Steamy series I…

Women “Get” It

I’ve often heard it said that a female author has a head start when it comes to writing romance because women are naturally more romantic than men.  In…

Why M/M?

Hi! My name is Iyana and I live in Jakarta, a city famous for its traffic jams, a lot of cars and motorcycles, and people selling stuff on…

Review: Islands by Richard V. Raiment

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: When two men find themselves shipwrecked on a deserted island they find that they must find a connection as they are the only…

Heroes Who Think They’re Villains

Guest blog by Saloni Quinby, author of Fangs and Floggers (Weapons of Redemption) Although I love many different types of characters, my favorites are the redeemed villain and…

Review: Kick Start (Dangerous Ground, Book 5) by Josh Lanyon

Reviewed by Sharon S. Will is finally braced to bring Taylor home to meet the folks. Unfortunately, not every member of the Brandt clan loves Taylor the way…

Movie Review: The Perfect Wedding (2012)

Reviewed by Sharon S. Title: The Perfect Wedding (2012) Run time: 82 min Genre: Comedy Director: Scott Gabriel Writers: Suzanne Brockmann, Ed Gaffney, Jason T. Gaffney Line-Up: Paul…

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