Confessions Of A Gay Rugby Player 04 by Patrick Darcy

April 9, 2014


    It’s one thing to go on a wild, crazy, sexy rugby tournament… But with a boyfriend? Good thing that boyfriend is a good sub, ready to please his jock top! I guess it’s true that the guys that dominate on the pitch, can dominate in the bedroom! BUY LINK: Wilde City Press Review: […]

AR Moler’s Shifter Rules

December 18, 2013


Shifter Rules What kind of animal do you want? And what kind of rules does your world obey? Shifters are popular in erotic romance these days. Werewolves undoubtedly lead the pack (pun intended), but if you read books by many different authors, you’ll find laws on what’s allowed and what not vary. I write all […]

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Coastal Magic Convention “Secret Santa” Blog Hop & Contest

November 29, 2013


Merry Christmas and happy holidays, my lovely reader friends!! Now that Thanksgiving has passed (and while we’re all trying to fit back into our clothes after yesterday’s dinner) it’s time to start passing out presents!!! Ok, maybe not ALL the presents, but how about some virtual “Secret Santa” presents to our favorite characters in the […]

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Denying Love… by Allison Cassatta

October 31, 2013


Let me start off by thanking MANtastic Fiction for allowing me to steal their page for a night, and for giving me a venue to discuss one of my 2013 releases, and the very important role one supporting character played in that book. Thank you for taking the time to read this. It’s important to […]

Glenn Burke and the High-Five – Wilde City Press – Gay History Month

October 14, 2013


There have been several athletes that have “come out” in the last few years. Most have done so after their playing days were over, a time that felt most comfortable to them. But there seems to be a turning point as this past year has seen many athletes stepping forward while still active in their […]

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Pudding Jones by DC Juris

October 11, 2013


Award-winning reporter Emmer Richfield is the kind of guy who covers wars, the kind of guy who asks the hard-hitting questions. He is not—and he’s certain about this—the kind of guy who does sappy human-interest stories about homeless people. But his newest assignment is not just any human-interest story, it’s a mandate from the mayor: […]

The Otherside Lounge Bombing, Atlanta 1997, as remembered by Jon Michaelsen

October 10, 2013


The Bombing of a Lesbian Bar, A Violent, Murderous Activist, and a Gay Community Gripped in Fear. Sixteen years ago, pride and the continuing gay liberation movement in the gay community of Atlanta was threatened on the night of February 27, 1997. Around 10:00 p.m. in the evening a bomb exploded on the patio of […]