• Guest Post ~ Posy Roberts and Momo My Everything.

    My good friend Posy Roberts has a new book out! And the cover is gorgeous! Brave the spotlight for the man he loves, or stay alone in the shadows… William Harris is a reserved man, private and guarded. He has no one to go home to. He’s never found a man worth sticking around for. He’s never been in love. And he’s convinced he’s happy with his lone-wolf life. Nate Kelly is William’s opposite, social and easy going. He comes into William’s life as the elegant geisha Momo. When William realizes Momo is a man in drag, he’s captivated. From their first date, William’s world changes. Nate is nothing like…

  • Guest Post: A charity book for dogs.

    When E.A. Kelly and B. Price asked me if I could do a blog post for their new book, where profits are sent to a charity for dogs, I was more than happy to oblige… Blurb: “In a few seconds, I made one of those instant decisions that shakes your whole world and changes your life forever. I didn’t actually say “yes”, but neither did I say “no” to fostering another dog with physical and severe emotional health needs. And so, along came Beth . . .” In many ways, Beth embodies the true and pure ethos of K9 Crusaders. They never give up on a dog. They didn’t then,…

  • RJ Jones Interview and Guest Post

      As many of you know, I was recently in Melbourne for Queermance. While I was there I was able to catch up with RJ Jones, a fellow Aussie author whose first novel Out of the Blue came out at the end of March. We had a chat over coffee and I asked her a few quick questions. First things, first. Ebooks or print? RJ: Umm, I’ve been an ebook girl for a while but I love the smell of a fresh book. It’s like the new car smell. However, last night I was reading a print book and tapped the page to turn it. I was lucky my husband…

  • Guest Post ~ Louise Lyons on One Snowy Night

    Originally released within Wayward Ink Publishing’s anthology Stranded, in October 2014, my short story One Snowy Night is now available as an individual short story. One snowy night, Keith Brambles learns that appearances can be deceptive. After yet another disastrous date, Keith drives home much to fast for the snowy conditions. When his car skids and crashes, he thinks he’s going to spend the night freezing in his car, until a man in a white van stops to help him. But Keith fears his rescuer may not appreciate his rather obvious preference. Excerpt Another half hour went by, and at last Keith heard the sound of an engine. As he looked out of the…

  • Jay Northcote Interview – Guest Post

    Hi Nic! Thank you so much for having me visit your blog. I appreciate it.   Your new release, Nothing Ventured, is about the Mad Mucker. Can you tell us what that’s about? The Mad Mucker is actually a fictional race that I made up for the story. But it’s based on events like Tough Guy and the Tough Mudder—the sort of races where there are obstacles as well as running involved, and also mud. Lots of mud. My main characters meet because they’re training for the race, and get pushed into training together by a mutual acquaintance. One of them is very fit and into running, the other one…

  • Guest Post ~ L.M. Brown

    L.M. Brown Guest Post   What? More Mermen? With all the mermen stories in the world of male/male fiction these days, readers may wonder why any more are needed.  Well, apart from the whole ‘always room for more sexy naked men’ reason, let me tell you a little about what makes my mermen series different from the rest. Firstly, let me explain that this series is a mixture of MM and MMM stories.  The first in the series is MMM, which I know will put some readers off, but will hopefully entice others.  Secondly, as well as the mermen, there is also the magic to consider.  The series is called…

  • Guest Post ~ Lily G. Blunt

    Paint the Sky by Lily G. Blunt   Genre: M/M, Contemporary Romance and Erotica Length: 65,000 Words/230 pages Release Date: August 30, 2014 ASIN: B00MSYA1JQ   BLURB:   A love of art… A mutual interest in art draws two shy university students together. Ben admires Vinnie’s painting of the university building, so Vinnie invites him to an exhibition of his artwork. From a wealthy family, Ben purchases some of Vinnie’s art and arranges for the artist to personally hang the paintings in his apartment. Starry, starry night… Ben commissions Vinnie to paint his portrait, in order to spend more time with the artist. On the night of the sitting, Vinnie…

  • Annabelle Jacobs and Capture!

    Welcome Annabelle Jacobs! Annabelle’s my guest post author today, talking about her new release Capture, and the men and dragon pic inspirations… Eye of the beholder… When I read a book, I have an image in my head of how I want the characters to look. It’s the same for when I write. Except when I plan a story, I like to have actual pictures of how I see my characters, or as close I can find anyway. I find it easier to get into their heads that way. I know that people who read my books might not necessarily picture them the way I do, and that’s part of…

  • HK Carlton guest post!

    When I set out to write my first ménage story, Streetlight People it was a challenge that I issued to myself. I wanted to know if I could. I was a fairly new writer, I still am really but at the time, I was just fumbling around trying to find my way. But I love being an author and telling stories and I’ve found I like to test myself. I think it’s the only thing that I’ve ever been adventurous about. I want to try everything. And now I find I’m just a big-time genre hopper.  I tried my hand at historical romance, which I love as a reader and…

  • Five Minutes with LM Brown

    I’d like to welcome LM Brown to my blog today!      When did you start writing? I started writing back when I was in school, but stopped for a long time when I started work and did evening classes. My free time was non-existent for a number of years. Then I started writing again when I found myself in the realms of the Harry Potter fandom.  After that it was just a small step to find myself going back to my original fiction stories.   What do you love about writing? I like telling my characters’ stories and getting the crazy voices in my head down on paper. I…