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Interview with Author Renae Kaye (Featuring Jake Manning)

I was fortunate to have the opportunity to interview Renae Kaye regarding life, the universe and everything – or at least those bits having to do with her life, her writing universe and everything like that.  In the process, we

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Nico Jaye Read-athon

As I continue to make my way through the ever-expanding world of m/m romance, I meet more and more authors and have the pleasure of exploring their individual brands of storytelling. Nico Jaye is a new favorite. I saw some

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One Small (and True) Thing by Piper Vaughn and MJ O’Shea

This is one of my all-time favorite books. I realize I’ve said this about other books, but this one is at the pinnacle of the all-time favorites pile.  I’ve read it multiple times and if you ask me why, I’d

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Random Cocktail Flash Fiction Challenge: Skinny Dipper

This is a 1,000 word flash fiction story in answer to Chuck Wendig’s Random Cocktail Challenge.  I like the characters so much, I’m inspired to give them a longer story, but this is the kernel that holds the story’s essence.

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Tell Me It’s Real by TJ Klune

“Tell Me It’s Real” makes an appearance on my list of favorites because it made me laugh harder than any book ever.  I would caution readers to avoid reading it in public or around anyone you wouldn’t want to share

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Dog of Aclon by Yamila Abraham

When I first began reading m/m romance I also read numerous yaoi. I discovered that there were the graphic novel/manga versions of yaoi and then there were the prose versions. These come from various sources and are in a wide

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Caught Running by Madeleine Urban and Abigail Roux

Caught Running is another one of my favorites. It’s about two guys who have known each other since high school, although, technically, they don’t know one another at all.  It’s interesting that in this story, the same social caste system

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