Review: Kiss Yesterday Goodbye by Cassidy Ryan


Title: Kiss Yesterday Goodbye

Author: Cassidy Ryan

Publisher: Totally Bound

Pages/Word Count: 73 Pages

Rating: 3 Stars

Blurb: For their future, he must let go of his past.

Aidan has a huge crush on Jon, but not only is Jon his boss, albeit temporarily, he is also recovering from a bad break-up. On his final day at Jon’s publishing company, Aidan finds the courage to make his move. It…

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Review: The Lord Won’t Mind by Gordon Merrick


Title: The Lord Won’t Mind

Author: Gordon Merrick

Publisher: Open Road Media

Pages/Word Count: 256 Pages

Rating: 4 Stars

Blurb: Charlie Mills always played the role of the good grandson, and his grandmother rewarded him for it handsomely in the form of all the gifts, money, and attention a boy could want. Entering college in the late 1930s, Charlie just has to keep doing what his…

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Guest Post and Giveaway: Starling by Racheline Maltese and Erin McRae


When my co-writer Racheline Maltese and I started writing the first draft of Starling over a year ago, we discussed whether we should write it in past or present tense. While Starling was a first novel for both of us, we’d both written a lot, in multiple genres and styles, before we decided to write a queer romance novel about the terrible fairytale of Hollywood fame.

It was the Hollywood part…

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Backlist Blog Tour and Giveaway: Black Hurricane by Erica Pike



Q: Erica, which characters do you find more enjoyable to write, the good boys or the bad boys? What makes one more fun to write than the other?

A:My characters are never black or white, so they’re never either good or bad. The good boys have their flaws, and the bad boys have their redeeming qualities. However, when it comes to attitude, I enjoy writing the bad boys more. Or I should say…

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Sound Bite Sunday Review: Grand Adventure Anthology by Dreamspinner Press


Title: Grand Adventure

Author: Anthology

Narrator:: Various

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Run Time: 15 Hours, 33 Minutes

Rating: 5 Stars

Blurb: On September 1, 2011, TJ Klune wrote, “…it’s not about the ending, it’s about the journey…” in a review of Eric Arvin’s Woke Up in a Strange Place. With those words, two men began a journey of love and invited us to ride along. TJ and Eric…

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