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Hush by Lynn Kelling: Character Interview

Hush by Lynn Kelling: Character Interview

Character Interview: Adam Interviews Oliver, Commentary by Jackson from Lynn Kelling’s Novel HUSH (Manse #4) Adam: Welcome! I’m here with Oliver and Jackson. Oliver, sit your ass down. Oliver: …he asked politely… Adam: I’m in charge here. Doing the interviewing. Asking the questions. Oliver: Yes, Master. Will I be punished if I displease you? Some boot licking, perhaps, or maybe you wanna have at my ass with a cat o’…
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Not All Chocolate and Cuckoo Clocks Spotlight

Not All Chocolate and Cuckoo Clocks Spotlight

Please welcome Rebecca Cohen to the blog today chatting about her new book Not All Chocolate and Cuckoo Clocks and it’s setting in Basel, Switzerland. My new release, Not All Chocolate and Cuckoo Clocks, is set in Basel, Switzerland. Basel isn’t a quaint little ski village, but is instead a small industrial city. Now don’t go thinking it’s a horrible grey place! True, depending which way you look down the…
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V.L. Locey Guest Post: Coach’s Challenge

V.L. Locey Guest Post: Coach’s Challenge

Planning? Who me? I don’t need no stinking planning. Hello! I’m V.L. Locey and I’m just tickled pink to be here today! Oh, to be a planner of things such as books. I sure wish I could sit down and plot out every chapter paragraph by paragraph. There would be no surprises, no shocking revelations from my characters, no stopping and looking around befuddled because the story is now so…
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C.S. Poe ‘Southernmost Murder’ Guest Post

C.S. Poe ‘Southernmost Murder’ Guest Post

Hello, everyone! I’m C.S. Poe! We’re back with the Southernmost Murder tour, here at Gay Book Reviews. This is my first release of the New Year and it is a standalone mystery-romance, featuring historian, Aubrey Grant. Aubrey has had a lifetime fascination with octopuses and his greatest wish is to scuba dive and see them in their natural environment, although his narcolepsy prohibits him from doing so. Octopuses are an…
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Smokey Mountain Dreams AUDIO Spotlight

Smokey Mountain Dreams AUDIO Spotlight

Today the narrator of Smoky Mountain Dreams, John Solo, interviews the author of the book, Leta Blake. Come find out how Leta writes a book, what sparked the idea for this particular story, and why you should read/listen to Smoky Mountain Dreams! When you are fleshing out a story of this length, how do you develop from the first draft to the beta reading stage? Meaning, do you lay out…
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Q & A with TJ Klune

Q & A with TJ Klune

Please welcome TJ Klune to the blog today! He answers some burning questions about his books, including his newest release set to drop November 20, The Consumption of Magic. Q. Did you find it difficult striking a balance between the humorous and serious plotlines? A. It really depends on the book. The Tales from Verania series will always first and foremost be comedies, but I knew going into these new…
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C.L. Mustafic Guest Post

C.L. Mustafic Guest Post

Personal Brushes with the Aftermath of War by C.L. Mustafic Living in Bosnia means I live with the constant reminder of what war can do to people. My family, the one I married into, suffered great losses. My husband lost his brother and father, whose remains were later found in one of the many mass graves. My sister in-law lost her husband, and has a child who suffered irreversible brain…
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Anna Butler Guest Post

Anna Butler Guest Post

Here be Dragons. Or Lions. Take Your Pick I have a reading habit that some people might find deplorable. The end of the Victorian era and the years up to the First World War were rich in novels that formed a genre to themselves: imperialist adventure stories. They were tales about the big empty spaces on the world map, the unexplored centres of continents and vast countries (Africa, China, the…
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