• 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 ~ 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…

  • Morticia Knight Razzle Dazzles

    Gin, Jazz & a Devastatingly Handsome 1920’s Screen Idol.   The Gin & Jazz Series is a journey about a sweet but naïve young orphan Jack. It’s the Golden Age of the 1920’s, and Jack travels west with his lover Nick. They are from the streets, and find themselves struggling to survive the tawdry world that makes up the celluloid kingdom. At the beginning of Razzle Dazzle (Gin & Jazz 2), Jack is crushed by the loss of his lover, and isn’t sure how he can go on. It seems as though his fortunes might be about to turn as Global Pictures Studios has expressed an interest in him. And…

  • Long, Deep, but Quick! Guest post by Posy Roberts

    The challenges of writing a series are many. One of the hardest parts is finding the mojo to keep on going. Another is to remember all the little details ages after your head has been away from your story. I thought I’d avoided these two struggles by writing North Star all at once. But the details to remember when writing over 300,000 words are daunting. I set up story arcs in book 1, Spark, that aren’t going to be concluded until book 3, Flare (released January 13th). Fusion was released this week. This is the second book in my trilogy, and it is the entire reason I wrote this series…

  • Five minutes with Annabelle Jacobs!

      Tell us about you. I’m a wife, mother, and if I had my way I’d have a houseful of cats too. What do you love about writing? I love the freedom to create my own worlds and my own characters. That’s why I love writing fantasy and paranormal stories. You can choose to write about anything you like and just let your imagination run wild. Biggest pet peeve about writing? That I can’t get my ideas out fast enough. I have lots of stories floating around in my head, just waiting to be written, and I really wish I could write faster. I want to be writing all of…

  • Five minutes with Jay Northcote

    Five minutes with Jay Northcote When did you start writing? I used to like writing stories when I was a kid, but then I lost the habit as a teen and didn’t write any fiction for years. I rediscovered the joy of it when I started writing fanfiction as a hobby a few years ago, then I got hooked.  What do you love about writing? I think my favourite part of writing is when I get into that kind of writing trance where the words are just falling out of my head onto the page almost faster than my fingers can type, and the story is just flowing. I’m almost…

  • HC Brown Guest Interview!

    Five minutes with HC Brown Tell us about you. H.C. Brown is a multi published, best selling, award winning, author of Historical, Paranormal, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, BDSM, Time Travel, Action Adventure, and Contemporary Romance. In 2011 she was delighted to received nomination in three categories in the 2011 CAPA Awards: Favorite Author, Best GLBT Romance and Best Science Fiction Romance. H.C writes about strong alpha males in complex settings and all her stories have happy endings.  When did you start writing? At about five years old, I wrote my first story and illustrated it too. I was first published in 2004. What do you love about writing? The freedom to go wherever I…

  • Posy Roberts has SPARK!

    I’m very honoured to welcome the very lovely and equally talented Posy Roberts to my blog today!!   Tell us about you! Who is Posy Roberts? I’m a curious learner who is constantly looking things up. I’m also a mom, wife, and teacher. I play the piano, trumpet, French horn, recorder (who doesn’t?), and at seventeen years old I wanted to be an opera singer more than anything. Then I saw how much competition there was, so I quickly decided against that career and figured being a therapist would fit better. When did you start writing? How do you write? (office, dining table, music playing, tv on, silence, middle of…

  • Jess Buffett guest post – Come meet Jared Stewart.

      The lovely Jess Buffett stopped by my blog and interviewed her main character, Jared Stewart.       Hi, Jared. Tell us a bit about yourself: I’m a lawyer and I live in my hometown of Newport. I co-own the firm I work at with my dad and our partner Tristan who is engaged to my sister. You know, we like to keep it in the family.*smirks* Tell us something not many people know about you: Well…people are only just finding out that I’m gay, and how much I love Seth. I wasn’t exactly out in high school, I didn’t have Seth’s courage. But i’m not hiding anymore. And…