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Confessions Of A Gay Rugby Player 04 by Patrick Darcy

April 9, 2014

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    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

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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 […]

Coastal Magic Convention “Secret Santa” Blog Hop & Contest

November 29, 2013

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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 […]

Denying Love… by Allison Cassatta

October 31, 2013

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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

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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 […]

Pudding Jones by DC Juris

October 11, 2013

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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

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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 […]

Enigma by Lloyd A Meeker

September 30, 2013

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Who’s blackmailing the high-profile televangelist whose son was famously cured of his homosexuality fifteen years ago? Now in 2009, that ought to be ancient history. It seems there’s no secret to protect, no crime, not even a clear demand for money—just four threatening letters using old Enigma songs from the 90′s. But they’ve got Reverend […]

Northern Star by Ethan Day

September 29, 2013

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Deacon Miller never had it all—he never really believed he could. Growing up in a broken home with an alcoholic mother and a revolving door of truly pathetic father figures taught him to keep his expectations low. Now at twenty-seven, on the night before Christmas Eve, his life is turned upside down yet again; his […]

Confessions of a Gay Rugby Player, #3 by Patrick Darcy

September 29, 2013

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This should be the greatest moment in Conor’s rugby playing career. But falling in love and a loss of form have brought him to his knees, and led him to question who he is. It’s no fun, not being the centre of attention. Is he the man he thought he was? Replaced on the pitch […]

Confessions of a Gay Rugby Player, #2 by Patrick Darcy

September 29, 2013

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Rugby—it’s all about scoring, whether it’s on the field… or off. While on tour in Copenhagen, it seems nothing is going to stop the Irish from bringing home the trophy and taking the spoils of victory. And while teammates Conor and Sean work up a sweat on the field to claim their prize, the real […]

Confessions of a Gay Rugby Player, #1 by Patrick Darcy

September 29, 2013

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Star Irish rugby player, Conor Murphy, lives and breathes rugby. He spends his weekends playing rugby, drinking beer, and singing songs with his teammates. There is only one thing he loves more than rugby, and that is hot rugby players. But after the final whistle sounds, the real competition begins: the hunt for the hottest […]

Black Dog by Cat Grant

September 29, 2013

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Danny Bannon and Eddie Roscoe have been fighting in and out of the ring for more than fifteen years, held together by mutual attraction and small-town ties, yet kept apart by a shared tragedy that continues to haunt them. Their steady on-again off-again is shaken up by the arrival of Tom Delaney, a teenage runaway […]

Lonely As God by Dale Chase

September 29, 2013

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For young drover Tom Seeley, the Chisholm Trail is a lonely damn place, which hardly seems possible among eighteen men and two thousand head of cattle. It’s while guarding the stock at night that second man Jack Dawe quotes a snip of poetry to reveal himself a like-minded man. Suddenly, under that big empty night […]

Past Tense by Ethan Stone

September 29, 2013

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Jason Holt was a young man when he lost everything; his family, his boyfriend, and his safety. He’s been on the run since, hiding from an evil man bent on revenge. Las Vegas was supposed to just be another pit stop in his travels but when he learns the very man he’s hiding from is […]

‘No Angel’ Interview with Daniel A Kaine

August 24, 2013

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Tell us a little bit about yourself Daniel? 3 things that aren’t in your bio :-) Well, most people probably know this already, but I’m a total submissive, and I’ve been seeing my current Sir for a little over a year now. Can’t believe it’s been that long already! What else? Hmmm, I’m a big […]

Coastal Magic Convention Registration Has Started!!

July 2, 2013

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This week, Coastal Magic Convention is opening public registration for next year’s weekend of awesome with authors and readers of Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance fiction. February 6-9, in Daytona Beach, FL, we’ll be hanging out, chatting, and participating in general tomfoolery with some fantastic people. Some Featured Authors are names that you’ll recognize immediately, and […]

Ghosts of Alcatraz by Carol Lynne

May 9, 2013

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Love is a powerful force. Unparalleled, unpredictable and often unforeseen. Yet it can surface in the most dangerous of situations. Suffocation, mutilation and dismemberment aren’t the normal outside influences that bring two people together, but inside the newly refurbished Alcatraz Prison, anything can happen. As inmates begin dying in shocking and sometimes gruesome ways, the […]

New Release from Damon Suede

May 6, 2013

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Have you been anxiously waiting for a new tale from Damon Suede? Do you devour all things Paranormal and think awesome incubus demons are the best? Even better when there is a little mystery involved? Yeah, me too. But the great news is that today, your wishes have been answered. HORN GATE by Damon Suede […]

A Betting Man by Sandrine Gasq-Dion

May 6, 2013

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How bad could one harmless bet be? Kent Samson is about to find out. Raised in Alabama, Kent has hidden his past and now loves his life as a big time ad exec for a prestigious advertising company in New York. But when he makes a bet with his best friend, Blaine, Kent is thrown […]

The Boy From Brighton by Geoffrey Knight

May 3, 2013

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Seven-year-old Charlie thinks he is invincible. He is convinced he has a clock for a heart, which makes it impossible for him to die or feel the sort of heartache his mother always feels every time she and Charlie must flee another abusive loser who doesn’t deserve a woman like Charlie’s mum. But yet again […]

My Roommate’s a Jock? Well, Crap! by Wade Kelly

January 3, 2013

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It’s easy to become cynical when life never goes your way. Cole Reid has been a social recluse since he was fifteen, when he was outed by his high school baseball team. Since then, his obsessive-compulsive behavior and sarcastic nature have driven away most of the population, and everyone else hates him because he’s gay. […]

Frat House Troopers by Xavier Mayne

January 1, 2013

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State trooper Brandt’s new assignment to infiltrate a sex-cam operation puts him in a very uncomfortable position, especially since he’ll have to perform naked on camera for his audition. Fortunately his partner and best friend, Donnelly, has his back—whether that means helping Brandt shop gay boutiques for sexy underwear or offering Jäger and encouragement while […]

Cat Grant’s New Publishing Journey

December 21, 2012

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Hi! Thanks for joining me on my double-duty blog tour! I’ve got two books coming out this month – By Chance, the first book in my rewritten, re-edited, self-published Courtland Chronicles series, and Fearless, Book Three in my Irresistible Attraction series from Riptide Publishing. Leave a comment for a chance to win an ebook from […]

Ethan Stone talks Hammers and Nails

November 29, 2012

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If you ever sat on the edge of your seat waiting for the two male love interests to forget about the indecisive woman and shack up with each other instead … then read on. Ethan Stone uses this stop on his blog tour to talk about some of the leading men who have inspired him […]

Rick R Reed on The Hustler and Rent

November 14, 2012

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Rick R Reed is a master storyteller. Be it long or short, paranormal or contemporary, he always has a unique voice and compelling vision. His stories encompass the whole of human experiences. Help us welcome Rick as he finishes up his first ever Blog Tour. Comment below before 11:59 pm today for your chance to […]

Sex for 3 with Jacob Z Flores

November 5, 2012

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Before I begin, I wanted to say thanks for allowing me to guest blog here at Mantastic. I also wanted to let your readers know that as part of the blog tour, I’m holding a contest. All you have to do is leave a comment with your email to this post, and your name is […]

Marguerite Labbe Does the Deed

October 13, 2012

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I don’t know about you, but if I read happy things all the time then I get a little cranky. Really, who is happy all the time? I read to escape, I read for entertainment, and I read for the total immersion and emotion of another world. Be it fantasy, paranormal or contemporary, I want […]

Lor Rose’s Muse

October 12, 2012

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Lor Rose is a one of the great hidden talents of the M/M genre. With 2 self published novels under her belt, her vision and potential is obvious. I really look forward to Lor Rose developing her craft and seeing her stories continue to grow. Here she is to talk about her early epiphany and […]

Treva Harte does GRL Again

October 12, 2012

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Treva Harte is in a very small, elite club … authors who own and run a successful publishing press. Loose-ID is a heavy hitter in the M/M community and one of the first places many of us look to for new releases. Here is Treva with a quick take on last year’s GRL and a […]

Kerry Freeman is Excited and Terrified

October 11, 2012

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Is It GRL Yet? In one week I will be in the midst of my first reader con, and I am excited and terrified in equal measure. I’m terrified because it’s the first time I’ll meet people who have actually read my book! What if everyone figures out that I’m just this huge dork? Cause […]

“Life Is Funny,” starring ? as Barry Brennessel

October 11, 2012

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I really enjoyed meeting all of the authors at last years GRL. People who I thought were larger than life have since become friends. And as great as everyone was/is, a handful of authors and readers really “made” GRL for me in New Orleans. Near the very top is Barry Brennessel. Not knowing what to […]

KC Burn’s Egyptian Adventure

October 9, 2012

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I love traveling, I’m fairly obsessed about quite a few places. If I am ever able to get to Ireland then I might just spontaneously combust. It’s so refreshing to hear that other people have similar feelings about seeing all of this planet. Here is KC Burn to talk about her life-long passion for Egypt […]

Vicktor Alexander Knows That Guy!

October 9, 2012

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Unless I’m the evil bitch who is lynched in the first 10% of the story, I think it would be very cool to end up as a character in a novel. Most authors pull inspiration from the people and places around them. That could be why some stories just seem so much more “real” even […]

Projecting with Robert Moore

October 9, 2012

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Some authors prefer to stick to one genre, telling many stories over their careers. For others, their muse takes them into several different venues. Here is Robert Moore to talk about his multi-genre, multi-platform, multi-inspirational journey. I love the tumble of ideas and the initial impetus for getting a new project up and going. Sometimes […]

Welcome to Boxer Falls

October 6, 2012

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Ellis: Boxer Falls started out as a whiskey-soaked mindgasm from Damon Suede last year at GayRomLit New Orleans, a conversation with the mods of the M/M Romance group on Goodreads and a way to generate some cool new free fiction for the group’s many members. Next thing we knew, Damon, Poppy Dennison, and myself (and […]

Hayley B James Spins-Off

October 5, 2012

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I’m a big fan of sequels … who wants to say goodbye to characters they love? But they have to make sense; there has to be a reason to stop back by and visit. The characters in a well done series can feel like life long friends. Here is Hayley B James to talk about […]

Angel Martinez’s list of Do’s and Dont’s

October 4, 2012

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There are rules for everything. If a thought or activity has been around for more than 30 seconds then there is bound to be a complex set of guidelines to “insure” that no one does it “wrong.” And while most rules help keep life running smoothly, there are some things that can benefit from a […]

Traveling with Kim Fielding

October 2, 2012

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I love traveling … would do it all the time if money were no object. I’ve got a dream travel list as long as my arm. There is something about seeing a new place for the first time and imagining what treasures you’ll find around every corner. And some of those places will become much […]

Rhys Ford gets Dirty

October 1, 2012

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There are no guarantees when a reader takes a chance on a new author. The phrase “it was good for a first novel” gets thrown around a lot regardless of whether or not the reader actually liked the story. There are a few, however, that debut with such a strong book that the common phrase […]

Simply DC Juris

September 29, 2012

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Many great things have come from “progress.” There have been large strides in education, medicine, land development and gadgets …. lots and lots of toys. But with how small the world has gotten, and how “convenient” everything is, have we traded one set of problems for another? Here is DC Juris to talk about taking […]

Fence with EM Lynley

September 28, 2012

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I really love it when authors take something uncommon and wrap a whole world around it. I love football stories, but there are a ton of them. Archery, water polo, and of course, fencing. That’s so cool! Here is EM Lynley to talk about her latest novel and her addiction to the Olympics. I Had […]

A Day In The Life of Brita Addams

September 27, 2012

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Contest: At each stop of the tour, I’ll give away a copy of an ebook from my backlist to one randomly drawn commenter. For Men Like Us, the newest release, isn’t eligible. At the end of the tour, I’ll select one person from all of the commenters and that person will win a swag pack, […]

Gabrielle Evans Keeps Moving Forward

September 18, 2012

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The time, energy, and overall organization it takes to complete a novel is astounding to me. Doesn’t matter how brilliant the idea is, or how compelling the grammar and punctuation skills are, or even how riveting the first 20,000 words read … if an author doesn’t follow through until the end, then all the resulting […]

Tara Lain has been Busy!

September 18, 2012

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Last year, GRL was a fabulous experiment. Who knew what would happen or what to expect. But … oh, what a success it was! Here is Tara Lain to talk about what she’s been up to, as well as some of the things she has put together for GRL this year. Here Kitty, Kitty. Getting […]

Cleaning House with Viki Lyn

September 18, 2012

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I know when I’m real busy my desk looks like a hurricane went through. I couldn’t have possibly made that mess. There are few things that make me happier than throwing stuff out or crossing things off a list. YAY! To getting things done. Here is Viki Lyn to talk a about how important and […]

A Kiki With Heidi Cullinan

September 11, 2012

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There is no telling what could get an entire movement going. One comment could spark a revolution, and one picture could inspire a new generation. Or one song could give people a break, even if it’s only a few minutes. Here is Heidi Cullinan to talk about how one random song she didn’t even like […]

Poppy Dennison is Positive

September 11, 2012

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I absolutely loved Poppy Dennison’s debut novel, Mind Magic. Shifters are a favorite theme of mine, and she was able to bring something new to the table. Here she is to talk about her follow up, Body Magic, and how important it is to stay positive. An Omega State of Mind By Poppy Dennison I […]

Geoffrey Knight Asks Why?

September 7, 2012

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The concept behind Geoffrey Knight’s new book is something near and dear to the readers in the M/M genre and community. Why Do Straight Women Love Gay Romance? But after being interviewed for this project, individually and as a group, we thought it only fitting to turn the tables on the mastermind. Get to know […]

AC Katt discovers the corporate Bear

September 5, 2012

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I love it when someone takes a popular theme and turns it upside down and inside out. Here is AC Katt to talk about taking two great ideas and pulling out something brand new. My book, A Matter of Trust, came about in a very strange way. I was speaking to a fellow writer who […]