Guest Author JoAnne Myers

I WAS I was afraid to grow up. Afraid of life. I worried myself to death. It was hard to breathe. Like a fish out of water. Like having asthma. High school was hell-crazy wild. My only plan. Just get up and go. Cant be like mom. She always had …

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Guest Author Kate McMurray – Sweet, Comedy Lemonade

Sometimes life hands you lemons. Sometimes these lemons are shaped like invitations to your ex’s wedding. Sometimes you and said ex dated (albeit on and off) for ten years, and then he calls you to tell you he’s proposing to the girl he’s been dating all of six months.It sounds like the set-up to …

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Guest Author Brandon Shire – Homeless LGBT Youth and Cold

First, I want to thank Charlie for hosting this post and allowing me to be here to talk to you. This post is meant to be a part of the week-long blog tour for my new book Cold, which is a gay romance novel based in prison. But even in …

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Guest Author Kayelle Allen – Writing a Hot Shower Scene

Writing a Shower Love Scene By Kayelle Allen The key to any good love scene is to incorporate the five senses: sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch. In addition, you want to provide an emotional response within the characters, so the reader can identify with them. For a love scene, …

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Chris T. Kat – The Caveman and the Devil

Charlie, thank you very much for having me on your blog! I’m excited to share my new release The Caveman and the Devil, with you and your readers. Dreamspinner Press published it on May 1st. The Caveman and the Devil is an m/m contemporary romance story. The main characters are …

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Guest Author Andrea Speed – Romantic Horror

I have to admit, having been caught up in editing recently, and it made me ponder the similarities between my two series, Infected and Josh of the Damned. Now, on first glance, the two series couldn’t have less in common. Josh is a horror-comedy about a convenience store clerk who …

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Guest Author Missouri Dalton – The Series Beast

First of all, thank you Charlie for putting up with me on your blog today. I’ve decided to talk about series today. In part because the third novel in The Night Wars series was released a few days ago, and because I get asked a lot about what books I’ve …

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J.P. Barnaby – The Life of an Escort Part 1 (NSFW)

The Life of an Escort Part One: Dinner with a Gentleman By J. P. Barnaby   “Simon, it’s good to see you again,” Mr. Chauncey greeted me as I came down the porch from my third floor walk-up. His silver BMW gleamed from its place next to the curb, and …

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Madison Parker Blog Tour – Bullies Are So Gay

Bullies Are So Gay We hear a lot about the bullying epidemic that is so prevalent in our schools today. Studies show LGBT youth are four times more likely to commit suicide than their heterosexual peers, and we know bullying is a major contributor towards depression, drug abuse, and teen …

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Guest Author Kim Fielding – Night Shift

Most people probably think of prisons as being pretty terrifying places. And, well, they can be. But they’re not necessarily the scariest things we can imagine. I have a friend who, because of the nature of her job, spends a fair amount of time visiting prisons, jails, juvenile facilities, probation …

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