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Erastes

Erastes is an author of gay historical fiction. Her novels cover many time periods and locations. She lives in Norfolk UK with demanding cats and never seems to have enough time to serve them.

The Joy of Sacks

The Joy of Sacks

OK – so I don’t get a SACK full of readers’ letters but I do get a few a week. This entire concept is still — even after five years — hugely new to me and each one I get is a source of amazement and delight.  I admit to being extremely vain and keeping them all in a folder because they are probably the best way to remotivate oneself…
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Too Good to be Stu

Too Good to be Stu

If he looks too good to be true, he probably is. I was reading a book – that shall not be named, but it’s no-one who is likely to be reading this, so don’t get paranoid- recently, and the hero was just appalling. Actually the whole book was appalling, but that’s another story, but the hero would have been enough to severely mark the book down for me, without any…
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Gay Lit vs M/M – FIGHT!!!

Gay Lit vs M/M – FIGHT!!!

So, I’m getting back to some reading, since I’ve been mired in Stargate Atlantis marathons on a daily basis, and catching up, (getting addicted to the McShep) and my reading has taken a serious nosedive. So I’m reading two books at the same time. Strange Meeting by Susan Hill – a critically acclaimed homosexual story set in WW1; and His Master’s Lover by Nick Heddle – a m/m romance set…
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