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Dodger sister takes over and interviews me!

Dodger sister takes over and interviews me!

I recently had the pleasure of reading LJ Hamlin’s newest book – about to be released on September 19th – Rise Again Rise Again is a M/M romance novella starring the bad boy of ballet, Arkady. When Arkady suffers an accident, he fears everything good about his life may come to an end. Until a few unexpected people come along and offer him a chance for a fresh start. Or, as the author may say, a chance to rise again….

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Damian Serbu An author of gay horror/speculative/romance novels www.DamianSerbu.com     In The Vampire’s Protégé, a sinister vampire offers Charon a choice he can’t refuse: play a deadly game of winner takes all, losers die. Charon relishes the competition and molds himself into a sexy vampire who defies vampire law, relishes his power, and embraces the role of villain. He also loves surrounding himself with hot young men. But what happens when an alluring vampire stalks him and threatens to…

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Two way interview with reader Jennifer

Two way interview with reader Jennifer

  1. What did you think of Black Lace as a whole? I loved the whole thing. Well written, very cohesive. The story is very engaging and the characters are so easy to love. 2. Who was your favourite character? Torn between Donnie and Jamie, honestly. 3. What would you like to see more of in the rest of the series? More about Donnie’s past and more about Jamie. She is very intriguing. Her loyalty to Jeb is awesome, but…

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The one thing I know by keelan ellis

The one thing I know by keelan ellis

  Amazon:  https://www.amazon.com/One-Thing-I-Know-ebook/dp/B0747Z79FG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1503486900&sr=8-1&keywords=keelan+ellis   NineStar Press: https://ninestarpress.com/product/the-one-thing-i-know     They were both shivering by the time they got back to their campsite. Their clothes were damp, and the air was chilly. Henry got the fire started quickly before they both changed into dry clothes, leaving their shoes to dry near the flames. They’d bought hot dogs to roast on sticks, and at Terry’s insistence, marshmallows. “I used to think about this when I was a kid,” Terry said as they…

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Addict by Matt Doyle

Addict by Matt Doyle

   Apple                                           Amazon          Title: Addict (The Cassie Tam Files #1) Author: Matt Doyle Publisher: NineStar Press Release Date: 8 May 2017 Genre: Sci-Fi/Crime Noir, F/F Length: 56,000 approximately   Blurb New Hopeland was built to be the centre of the technological age, but like everywhere else, it has its dark side. Assassins, drug dealers and…

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Review of Alex Casso poetry

Review of Alex Casso poetry

I will start this review by saying Alex Casso is a friend, but that in no way colours my review of this poetry book. The last poetry book I read before Alex’s was Neil Hillbourn and he also dealt with mental illness. Alex’s poems touched my heart and I felt like I was getting a window into Alex’s soul in a way no conversation ever could. Lines like “I have to love you, but that doesn’t mean I have to…

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Writing and Disability

Writing and Disability

Disability and writing are big factors in my life, so it’s probably not surprising that one affects the other. Pain is a way of life for me, especially these past six years and in that time I have seen a change in my writing. I’m more aware of how my mental illness and physical pain colours my characters and I think in some ways this is a good thing. One of the reasons I also want to write YA books,…

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Why I write Spoonie characters.

Why I write Spoonie characters.

First, for those of you who don’t know what a spoonie is, it is term for a person with physical or mental disability that comes from the Spoon Theory, a technique used by many disabled people to measure out the energy they have and how to use it. I should say at this point that I’m a spoonie. I have mental illnesses and physical disabilities – but this post isn’t really about my identity, it’s about seeing it in books….

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Interview with Roanna Sylver

Interview with Roanna Sylver

1. Tell us a little about your most recent release? Oh, this is exciting. I recently released part one of a six-part serial novel, Stake Sauce. It’s about vampires and the humans who love them, in Portland, OR (keep it weird) – and because I’m the one writing it, they are very gay/trans/poly/diverse/often disabled humans and vampires. It’s also going to be a lot of fun, with a mix of dark humor (what I find funny at least, including puns)…

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Interview with Dill Werner

Interview with Dill Werner

Interview with Dill Werner get a view it to the writers mind and learn more about her upcoming book! A year ago, I sat down to write a new book. I was determined it would be purely for fun. My previous young adult sci-fi manuscripts were emotional, character-driven, and draining to write. It was time for a fun adult fantasy. I didn’t want to spend hours researching the smallest details. This was my chance worldbuild without having to think. I…

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