Sunday, February 17, 2019

Discover Andrew Grey's Newest Book, Rebound

I am so happy to have one of my favorite authors here today, Andrew Grey, to talk about his brand new book, Rebound. 

A note from Andrew about Rebound:

Believe it or not, I do like sports.  Though not for the reasons most guys like sports.  I don’t sit in a chair on weekends the way a lot of guys do, their attention glued to the television and unable to look away.  That isn’t my thing.  I have watched football and basketball games a number of times, but for a specific purpose.  An important Super Bowl or a basketball playoff and I’ll watch.  But on a regular basis... no.  What I really like are athletes.  These are people dedicated to their sport.  They sacrifice a great deal so they can meet the physical demands of their sport.  And lets face it, many of them are just plain hot.  And the world definitely needs a little more hotness.    I only hope that Bro Early can measure up. 

Title: Rebound
Author: Andrew Grey
Series: Standalone
Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance/ Sports Romance
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press
Release Date: Feb 13 2019
Edition/Format: 1st Edition/Format ~ eBook & Print

Professional basketball player Bri Early needs a physical therapist after an injury, and he’s heard that Obie is the best. Bri takes an immediate liking to the out-and-proud man with the magic touch, and even though Bri isn’t openly gay himself, he’d never let anything stand in the way of something he wants.

Obie can’t deny that the sexy athlete presses all his buttons, but he’s a professional and has no intention of getting involved with a client. While they’re working together, it’s hands off, no matter how great the temptation.

But being a pro athlete isn’t easy. Bri has enemies, and one of them is making his life hell. When his house is set ablaze, Bri can no longer pretend the threatening messages he’s receiving are jokes. He needs a safe place to stay, and Obie can’t turn his back. But the two of them in the same house is a recipe for combustion that could burn them both….

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“I’m Bri Early, from the Philadelphia Rockets. I was told that you can help me.” He kept his voice as calm as he could make it, even though his belly was doing flips. If he didn’t heal and regain his strength, he was going to be cut from the team. Contract or not, his career would be over. And that was something he didn’t want to contemplate.
“Yes. Monty said he was passing on my contact information.” He sounded a little out of breath.
“I don’t mean to be pushy, but….”
The guy laughed. “You’re talking pushy with a physical therapist? That’s a good one. I can out-pushy anyone.” He continued chuckling. “Let me guess, you want an appointment as soon as possible so we can meet and get started.” The guy talked a mile a minute. “You’re in luck, because I had a cancellation, so I can see you for an evaluation in two hours if you’re available. Then we can put together a plan to get you on your feet and back on the court. Does that work?” A beeping sounded in the background behind him. “Fiddlesticks.”
“Is something wrong?”
“No. I overcooked my lunch.” He giggled this time, and Bri wondered just what he was letting himself in for. “So, will I see you this afternoon?”
“Yes.” At least he could get in right away.
“Sounds good.” He rattled off the address, and Bri had to work quickly to get it into his phone. Then he read it back. “What sort of office do you have?”
“I don’t work in an office. I have a private practice and I work out of the back of my home. I don’t talk about other clients and I keep everything confidential. I have a number of high-profile clients who use my services because no one sees them coming and going. The house has an alley in back, with a parking space under the carport that you can use. Then come right through the gate and up to the office door.”
“All right.” At least there weren’t going to be other people around to stare at him, like at the first place he tried. It was supposed to have been exclusive too, but that’s sure not the way he remembered it. He shook his head, trying to forget the embarrassing episode.

About the Author:

Andrew grew up in western Michigan with a father who loved to tell stories and a mother who loved to read them. Since then he has lived throughout the country and traveled throughout the world. He has a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and works in information systems for a large corporation.
Andrew’s hobbies include collecting antiques, gardening, and leaving his dirty dishes anywhere but in the sink (particularly when writing)  He considers himself blessed with an accepting family, fantastic friends, and the world’s most supportive and loving partner. Andrew currently lives in beautiful, historic Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

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Saturday, February 16, 2019

Welcome author Nicki Greenwood

Psychological Wordfare
Fiction writers are, first and foremost, writers. Our job is to tell you a story. 
But we're also part psychologist.
In order to write a good character, an author needs to get into that character's head, find out what makes him tick, and most importantly, discover his needs and fears. Testing a character's mettle against his darkest fears is one of the best ways to get a great story out of him. This works for any piece of storytelling. It's also a great way to bond your audience with the character. If your audience cares about the character, they're more likely to struggle and cheer right alongside him as he battles to win his quest. For the purposes of this article, let's look at a few films. If you don’t want the movies spoiled for you, it’s highly recommended that you have watched them.

Bonding with the Audience
Example #1) Avatar (2009)
James Cameron's epic science fiction film takes place on a planet so far into space that its visitors need to be put into a cryogenic sleep to reach it. Like any science fiction film, it's full of creatures and technologies far removed from our own. Even the main character is intended to “suit up” into an alien body. Cameron realized that in order to make his audience care about this character, it had to be about who he was, not what he looked like. We are told that Jake Sully is not only a war veteran, but a paraplegic whose twin brother was killed in a mugging. All of this is explained in the first six minutes of the film, long before he is given his avatar body. That’s some fast bonding, and it’s important to the character’s emotional journey throughout the film.

Example #2) How to Train Your Dragon (2010)
Everyone loves an underdog. When you give that underdog a sense of humor and curiosity that far exceeds anything his fellow Vikings have achieved, it’s hard not to root for him. Hiccup meets challenges and ridicule not with angst or backlash, but a refreshing wit that tells us the village’s mockery won’t best him. It’s a vicarious look into who we all want to be—the guy who meets opposition and has the moxie to rise above it. We know this smart, funny character is going to have an adventure his village never dreamed of having.

Getting into a Character's Head
Example #1) Die Hard (1988)
The first thing we learn about John McClane, a tough New York City cop, is that he’s afraid of flying. This is a guy who likes a sense of control, and he’s about to lose control in a big way. McClane is trapped in a building whose occupants are held hostage over millions in bearer bonds. He’s unarmed, unprepared, and without even his shoes. Over the course of the film, his options dwindle away, bit by bit. He has to fight for every little win he gets. He’s forced to walk over broken glass. He’s pushed to confront his fear of heights and lack of control. He is reduced to a more and more savage version of himself in order to face the escalating circumstances around him. It’s a character degradation in the most amazing sense, and one of the reasons this film is a perennial action favorite. By the end of the film, his iconic scream, “Haaaans!” is proof that this man has had enough, and he’ll do anything to finish this fight.

Example #2) Pretty Woman (1990)
What a character needs is just as powerful as what he (or she) fears, and it’s often the subject of romantic stories.  In this film, viewers generally mistake Edward as the only one who’s missing something (compassion). But Vivian is also in dire need of someone to value her. She is just as afraid of love as she is in need of it (remember that she makes it a point not to kiss on the lips, because that’s too serious). She has a history of being treated poorly, and indeed, is mistreated by one of Edward’s colleagues and by the snippy workers at a high-end fashion store. You can see her posture change during these scenes, where otherwise, in moment of confidence, she walks tall. One of my favorite scenes (and one for many, many other viewers) is her moment of vindication where she walks back into that boutique, tall, proud, and confident in how she puts those prejudiced workers in their places. This is a wonderful example of being in a character’s head through not what she says, but what she does.

Being Human
The psychology of your character and his (or her) bond with your audience are the keys to great storytelling. Fears and desires, loss and love are what make us all part of the human condition. (If you’re looking for a great shorthand list of what makes human beings tick, check out Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.)

If you’d like to see an example of character psychology in Nicki’s own work, check out FINDING HOME, available now for free at your favorite ebook retailer. Happy reading!

Bovard Publishing
Women’s Fiction Short Story, rated G
Sometimes life's most tragic events help you find your way. When Cecilia Marsh returns to Langley Mills, Wisconsin after the death of her father, she rediscovers a town that hasn't forgotten her. Through a tapestry of memories, she begins to understand that roots, while invisible, run very deep indeed. An original short story and 2008 winner of the Rebecca Eddy Memorial Award.

About Nicki

Nicki Greenwood graduated SUNY Morrisville with a degree in Natural Resources, which of course has nothing to do with writing novels. She has also worked in a bakery, an insurance agency, a flower shop, and a doctor's office, which have nothing to do with writing, either. She did spend an awesome two years as an assistant editor for a publisher, and now does freelance editing on the side. Nicki still holds down a day job, which manages to get her out of the house once in a while. Since 2010, she has written eight novels, including the award-winning Gifted Series.

Nicki lives in upstate New York with her husband, son, and assorted pets. If you can't find her at her computer, you can always try the local Renaissance Faire.
Contact Nicki using an of the links below. She’s on Facebook most often, but she really digs Pinterest.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Book Spotlight & Giveaway~ Can't Let Go

This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Chrissy Brown will be awarding a $10 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner, also an ebook of the second installment of the series Come a Little Closer (tentatively to be released 2/9), to another randomly drawn winner, both via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.

A sweet, yet steamy new adult romance about a girl who's not ready to fall in love and a boy who isn't ready to let her go.

She is beautiful, probably the most beautiful girl I've ever seen, but she's damaged.
Her a-hole exboyfriend broke her.
I still want her.
I can show her that all men aren't the same
That I'm different.

He's everything I need to stay away from, and I try.
I really do, but he's relentless.
So, I give in and let him have me.
All of me.
I should have known better.

Read an Excerpt:

I throw the valet at the Sheraton Hotel my keys and hurry up the steps. A sign in the lobby welcomes guests for the Cross and Doyle wedding.


What kind of last name is that? Tristan Doyle. It’s a stupid name. No hesitations. Placing both hands on the white wooden door, they fly open with a thud that echoes throughout the room.

“Don’t do it!”

At least a hundred eyes turn to me, bride and groom included. It’s then I notice the bride. She’s breathtaking in her big white dress, but she’s not Mallory. Mallory stands beside the bride in a long coral gown. Her jaw is dropped. Face pale. Eyes wide. My stomach sinks to my feet. She’s horrified to see me.

Maybe this was a bad idea.

“Shoot, everyone,” I say, hands up in surrender. “Sorry. I thought Mallory was the one getting married.”

“What the fuck are you doing here, Beau?” Mallory yells from the front of the room.

“Beau?” The groom says. It’s more of a statement than a question. Mallory’s head nods once. I’m not sure if even she knows she did it.

I start up the aisle. It’s a f’ing long aisle. Or at least it feels that way. The groom meets me a few feet from the first row. He has the same dark hair and blue eyes as Mallory. This must be her brother.

He draws back. I know what’s coming. There’s no point in stopping it. I deserve this. I crushed his sister’s heart. I barged into his wedding. My face jolts to the left when his fist connects with my cheek. A sticky liquid leaks from my nose. I wipe it with the back of my hand. Blood. Great.

About the Author:

Chrissy Brown is a Contemporary Romance and New Adult Romance author. She lives in Central Florida with her husband, twin girls, two dogs, and the neighborhood cat.

She enjoys the simple things in life, like cuddling on the couch watching movies with her family, reading, Netflix, and beach trips. She reads two to three books a week, but favors stories with strong women, true love, and steamy scenes.

When Chrissy is not sitting at her computer, fantasizing about gorgeous country boys, she is teaching third graders how amazing books are...and writing, and math. She has also been an amateur wedding photographer and a CNA (to which she gives kudos but says never again.)

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Monday, February 11, 2019

Book Spotlight & Giveaway~ Hat Trick by RJ Scott and VL Locey

Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Barnes & Noble | Smashwords | KOBO | Apple Books

Length: 50,000 words approx.

Cover Design: Meredith Russell

Harrisburg Railers Series

Book #1 - Changing Lines - Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #2 - First Season - Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #3 - Deep Edge - Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #4 - Poke Check - Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #5 - Last Defense - Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #6 - Goal Line - Amazon US | Amazon UK
Book #7 - Neutral Zone - Amazon US | Amazon UK


Stan Lyamin has seen many of his dreams come true. He’s found his soulmate, loves Noah like his own, hoisted the Cup, and has his Mama living with him in his new country. But his fantasies of a loud, loving, madcap home overflowing with childish laughter linger. When a distant family member passes, Stan and Erik immediately agree to take in the two orphaned children, but that means a trip back to Russia for Stan, an idea that both exhilarates and terrifies him.

Erik’s world tilts on its axis when a phone call wakes him and Stan in the middle of the night. Abruptly, Stan is returning to Russia, making deals, working with people who know people, and fully intending to bring two orphaned children home. The red tape is overwhelming, and Erik is alone in Harrisburg with the nearly impossible task of finding a nanny who can speak fluent Russian. Being on his own is one thing, but add in fears about Stan’s safety and team issues, and Erik is finding everything hard to balance; not least of which is spending quality time with Noah.

When their family expands from three to five, the journey won’t be easy, but love can always find a way.

USA Today bestselling author RJ Scott writes stories with a heart of romance, a troubled road to reach happiness, and most importantly, a happily ever after.

RJ Scott is the author of over one hundred romance books, writing emotional stories of complicated characters, cowboys, millionaire, princes, and the men who get mixed up in their lives. RJ is known for writing books that always end with a happy ever after. She lives just outside London and spends every waking minute she isn’t with family either reading or writing.

The last time she had a week’s break from writing she didn’t like it one little bit, and she has yet to meet a bottle of wine she couldn’t defeat.

She’s always thrilled to hear from readers, bloggers and other writers. Please contact via the links below:

USA Today Bestselling Author V.L. Locey – Penning LGBT hockey romance that skates into sinful pleasures.

V.L. Locey loves worn jeans, yoga, belly laughs, walking, reading and writing lusty tales, Greek mythology, Torchwood and Dr. Who, the New York Rangers, comic books, and coffee. (Not necessarily in that order.) She shares her life with her husband, her daughter, one dog, two cats, a pair of geese, far too many chickens, and two steers.

When not writing spicy romances, she enjoys spending her day with her menagerie in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania with a cup of fresh java in one hand and a steamy romance novel in the other.

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Sunday, February 10, 2019

Guest Author Day with Vicki Bateman

Please give a warm welcome to author Vicki Bateman who joins us in the Reading nook.

What started your interest in writing? I have a friend who takes all the credit. She was my sons school librarian. I had toyed with the idea of writing and expressed that to her one day, but I was afraid of being bad at it; so did nothing. One day we went on a road trip with friends and she said, “Let’s play car games.” We groaned but did it anyway. One question was pick one: Tom Jones or Englebert Humperdink. Then she said, “Write the opening of a book using the word window.” I had nothing. Nothing because I didn’t want to be bad. So I opted for responding by email later which I did. I wrote eight chapters. She read them and said, “Keep going.” I did.

What is your book(s) about? Just Desserts…and Other Stories are very very short stories. There are eleven of them. I believe shorts are just as satisfying to read as longer works.

What are you currently working on? My third romantic comedy mystery and two short stories.

What genres do you write in? I write romantic comedy mysteries and romantic comedy short stories. A friend once told me I was funny and I was like, “really?” That personality filters into my work.

If zombies attacked what kind of supplies would you want? I’m not up on all thing zombie. However, an ability to have good food. And the inside info on how to eliminate them seem like a good idea. I think I’d watch “Shaun of the Dead” again for more tips.

Do you keep a notebook near your for when new ideas pop into your head? I collect scraps of paper because if I don’t write when I hear it, then I lose whatever that notion was. I believe those moments are truly the best inspired ones and fresh. We all want fresh.

When writing, how do you keep track of timelines, ideas, inspiration and such? By notes on the computer, a notebook perhaps? Sigh. Since sticky notes were invented, I’ve been a huge fan. When I worked, I’d plaster them on my body so I wouldn’t forget to do stuff. Now, I use the 3x4 in ruled ones and stick to my desk top. To the right of my laptop are the ones for the book. To the left are the ones with tasks to do. I don’t like forgetting.

Do you prefer to extensively plot your stories, or do you write them as they come to you? A friend describes herself as a Plotster – Plot (ter) + (Pant) ster. I get the initial idea and let ‘er ride. However, I know how the story works: beginning, middle, black moment, end. With those goals in mind, I work toward that. It’s always the middle that drives me (and most everyone else) crazy.

Do you have a favorite genre? Is it the same genre you prefer to write? I read a ton of mysteries and always have since cutting my teeth on the Bobbsey twins (yup, that admission ages me) to Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden to Agatha Christie and beyond.

What has been the defining moment in your career that made you think “Yes, I am now a writer!”? The first time I sold a short story to a True magazine. I was on cloud nine. I sold thirteen in all and every sale was a celebration.

From sassy writer Vicki Batman comes eleven very short tales with a dash of humor.  

Included are:

Bug Stuff ~ An accountant unites with his co-worker to exterminate a pesky adversary.
Just Desserts ~ A political dinner gone disastrous brings together a reluctant attendee and her handsome seat-mate.
With This Ring ~ When a wife forgets the all-important little black dress, the evening turns into something utterly unforgettable.
Good Girls Finish First ~ When men friends are challenged to fix breakfast if they lose a race, one woman leads the pack and discovers finishing first can lead to romance.
Ouch ~ Who knew a yoga class would be so dangerous...and romantic?
Man Theory ~ When a geeky co-worker espouses his theory on love, a friend risks her heart.
Tommy and the Teacher ~ A young boy steals from the school’s book fair causing interesting possibilities to arise.
Absolutely Positively Lost ~ Helping a map-challenged young man find his way is truly serendipitous.
The Little Birdie Who ~ A new town, a new friend, a new beginning. Who would have thought a little bird could bring two people together?
Check Her Out ~ It’s a sticky situation, especially between a store manager and Auntie Caren when her nephew must pay for the gum he stole.
This Is Not Working ~ One of those days at a new job when nothing is going right, and then the boss steps in.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
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Excerpt from Man Theory:
"I have a theory about love.”
        Ethan's statement knocked me from the proverbial mountain top. Eyeing him, I clapped my hand across my mouth to stifle a giggle.
        From Day One at our new jobs at Prime Designs, Ethan and I had forged a friendship. I was the artsy heart-sy, emotional gal. Him--the technical, by-the-book pal. We ate an occasional dinner, watched a movie, whatever. Traded small gifts like coffee, a magazine, music. However, Ethan had never made an overture toward me.
        Translated: Nothing intimate.
        I'd said to myself, "Rats."
        For work, we'd traveled to Colorado Springs to attend a workshop on web design innovations. After check-in, I'd joined him at the bridge crossing the lake to decide about lunch before the meetings commenced.
        My six-one geek wearing rimless glasses, leaned against the railing and stared into the sparkling blue waters of the high mountain lake. The feathered fowl paddled by.
        Have his feelings changed?
        I asked in disbelief, "R-really? A theory...about love?"


4 stars. What a fun collection of sweet short stories. Some had me laughing out loud and others had me saying...awww. Quick little stories and a great way to escape from the stress of the day and just sit back and enjoy. Each story shows how two people meet. Sunshine, humor and heart all rolled into one enjoyable book.

5 stars. What a delightful collection of short stories. Each one sweet with dollops of humor. Cute meets with the promise of much more. Perfect when you haven't much time but want something entertaining and delicious.

5 stars. Such a fun book! Love these feel good short stories. Perfect for a lazy, summer, afternoon at the pool read. I have also read her two books: Temporarily Employed, and Temporarily Insane, Her wit, humor, and sense of romance make her books thoroughly enjoyable!

From Facebook: Romance happens in the darndest ways in Just Desserts … and Other Stories by my writer friend, Vicki Batman.Vicki's newly released collection of 11 sweet short-fiction reads is where ordinary life takes cute and unexpected turns.Love in the office break room? Sure--when he's averse to bugs and she becomes his rescuer. ("Bug Stuff.") A matchmaking goose? How else could a bird bite end in romance? ("Ouch.")

5 stars. These short stories are a good introduction to this writer. Always well written, funny and leave you wanting more. The author never recycles scenarios for relationships that can blossom into more. I always laugh out loud at some of the situations and dialogue between the characters. Enjoy!

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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Book Spotlight: Erin O'Quinn's Unkilted

The Renegade and the Runaway I
Erin O’Quinn  (Bonita Franks)

The Story

  Enemies to Lovers
  Slow Burn
  Slow Reveal
  Family Secrets
  Part I of The Renegade and the Runaway (2 novels)

Gregory MacGregor is a moody, angry outlaw who calls himself Grier Black. The British crown has taken his clan name, his tartan, his dagger, and his very honor. His mission in life is one of lawless rebellion.

Iain Stewart is Grier’s uncle, a man who has lost both his brother and his beloved wife. He lives apart from his family in the tall dark city of Edinburgh, where he follows his wits and instincts to help the survival of his clan.

On the eve of a revolution, David Campbell, son of a Colonial American printer, falls afoul of occupying Redcoats. He runs straight into the hands of a ship’s captain and a lecherous opportunist. Weeks later, he finds himself in a place of peril far from home, surrounded by strangers who have learned to despise all Campbells.

…And all hell breaks loose before heaven can intervene.

Unkilted is a slow-burn, enemies-to-lovers tale with a few twists and wynds along the way. A sequel titled Unbroken is in progress.

Self-explanatory: told from the POV of each MC

>>>Chapter Eight<<<

David was in turn mystified, charmed, saddened, and choked with desperate desire. Long he lay in the pallet, tossing on the hard bed redolent of unseen mountains, cupping himself, wondering at the way his small world had become a universe of possibilities.
I want him to desire me…in a different way from Archer…the way I have sometimes dreamed. In the way of David and Jonathan…the same way I want him.
Once, with his far away associate Alan, he had thrilled to the light touch of another man. That was an infinity ago, in a time and place forever lost, and it had lasted mere moments. This new excitement would not leave his flesh, or his fantasies.
He is to be my trainer, hardly my lover. He comes to this place to find women. He lives and thinks at cross-purposes to my own beliefs. Be careful, David.
But he could not expunge from his mind the thought of touching and kissing Grier Black. Yes, a black fox. He thought about the words he had read in Shakespeare…Lean and hungry.
Finally, testicles swollen, throbbing with the pain of holding back, he stroked himself until his hands were wet with spilled longing, and then he slept.


Grier could not sleep. He had unrolled his saddle blanket near Corbie, where his stallion stood in a half-doze. The large animal would lie down later, when deep sleep pulled him to the fragrant new grass.
He lay on his back gazing at the same stars and the same moon he and David had seen half an hour ago. Then, the sky had shimmered with the kind of light he had rarely seen. It had been a canopy of unknown and unknowable mystery, in a singular moment of peace.
He tried to forget the image of the flaxen-haired young man bent like a crescent moon over a reflecting pool…his comely buttocks flexing in mute acceptance of his own renegade eyes…
Stop, Gregory MacGregor. The lad is an innocent in a world of corrupt men.
Never, in all the years he had desired other men, never before had he made love with his tone of voice and the inflections of his speech, with the silent language of his body. He was too restless, too much in a hurry to find the next moor and drink from the burn that lay just over the next hill. He was always trying to escape…something. Some wayward phantom that had never revealed itself.
Och, he had never showed himself so openly…not until tonight. Now, turning once more onto his stomach, he cursed himself—again—for his obvious show of lust to a boy who had already suffered the worst of vile humanity.
Let it go. Let sleep come…

Links to the novel:

Kindle US 
Kindle UK
SeaToSky (epub or pdf)
Smashwords (pdf)
QRI: all links, excerpts, reviews, more

Author Erin O’Quinn
Author Pages:

Kindle US   
Kindle UK   
Queer Romance Ink ( links, reviews, etc.)
Sea to Sky  (epub or pdf links, excerpts)
Smashwords  (epub)

Erin O’Quinn’s writing career started in 2012 with the release of a “fantasy for all ages” series, followed by five M/F romance novels. As soon she began the M/M series “The Iron Warrior,” hopelessly hooked, O’Quinn never looked back from the lure of that genre, mostly mystery-action-adventure. With the release of UNKILTED, O’Quinn has published 30 M/M titles. Most of those works are contained in one of five different series.

Discover Andrew Grey's Newest Book, Rebound

I am so happy to have one of my favorite authors here today, Andrew Grey, to talk about his brand new book, Rebound.  A note from A...