Guest: Evie Collins – Fever and the Fox Book Blitz

Thanks for having me! My new book, Fever of the Fox, was an idea that sort of came to me through the characters. Growing up, I lived in an area that was essentially a melting pot of many different cultures, with friends from all sorts of different backgrounds. One on my closest grade-school friends was a Japanese-American girl whose house was like this amazing shrine to her parent’s homeland. I used to love going over there to play with her, especially outside in their beautiful garden. There was this cool little statue of a fox that I remember looking at … Continued

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Guest: A.L. Boyd – Where I Write – Crest Ridge Blog Tour

My writing area has recently changed. Originally, my space was a desk in the living room stuck between a big bookcase and the TV stand. I would write there while hubby watched TV. All of Crest Ridge Vacation, most of the expansion novella Crest Ridge, and most of Love on the Divide were all written in the middle of that living room. I wrote through the distractions for several years, until April 2014 happened and everything changed. That photo is the remains of my former house. Everything was gone, including my writing space, computers, and all my notes. From April … Continued

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Guest Blog: LoveLight Press Launch Tour – E. Davies

Thank you for hosting me on your blog! It’s my first-ever guest blog post, so I’m glad for the opportunity to share a little more about me for the first time. I’m relatively new to the M/M publishing world, having only started to publish M/M erotica in 2013 and my first romance novel in 2014. I’ve written gay fiction for years, but I never thought others would be interested in reading it. It’s been an exciting new career! Today, I wanted to talk about the difficulties of writing characters who are billionaires. It may seem like a one-percent problem, but … Continued

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Guest: Carrie Ann Ryan – Harder than Words

Thank you so much for having me, Andrew! I just wanted to first say that I adore your books! As for me? Today I’m here to talk about my latest release, Harder than Words. It’s the third book in the Montgomery Ink series but of course, like all my books, you can read these out of order if your heart desires. The idea for the series as a whole surrounds the Montgomery Family. Five brothers and three sisters. Half of them work with the tattoo shop, Montgomery Ink, the other half, the construction company, Montgomery Inc. Each story is a … Continued

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Guest: Nic Starr – The Lure of the Comfort Read

Thanks for having me visit, Andrew. It’s an honour to be appearing on your blog. I hope you don’t mind, but I wanted to talk a little bit about you and your books, to the readers of your blog. J So here goes… I’ll let you in on a little secret. I really like Andrew’s books and I mean really like them. Andrew Grey is one of my go-to authors. You know the author you turn to when you need a comfort read? Someone you choose to read because you know you’ll be guaranteed a story that hits all the … Continued

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Guest: Daniel Kaine – Why I Love Paranormal

Looking at Andrew’s books, I can immediately see one major difference between us as authors. While Andrew mostly writes contemporary stories, I lean a lot more toward paranormal. I know I’ve mused on the topic before, but it got me to wondering again about why it is I love the paranormal genre. One of the biggest draws for me is the sheer scope of the genre. You can go from a chilling ghost story, such as Stephen King’s The Shining, to the dark and sensual world of Laurell Hamilton’s Anita Blake novels. Or if you’re looking for something sweeter, there … Continued

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Guest Post – A Centaur’s Solstace Wish by Siobhan Muir

BLURB When making wishes on the Hunter’s star… It will take more than wishes to improve Sedgewick Icetrotter’s Solstice. After being sent to the infirmary, again, for dislocating his shoulder while stringing his bow, he figures he’s got a snowball’s chance in hell to impress the centaur he loves. Until Corporal Ronin Creekjumper brings in two injured centaurs suffering from unusual insect bites, and Sedgewick knows how to treat them. Ronin can’t believe his good luck when Sedgewick saves his men. It also gives him a chance to do more than light candles for his injured friend. Ronin takes the … Continued

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Interview with Jamie Lake

MY INTERVIEW WITH M/M AUTHOR JAMIE LAKE M/M Sex, Las Vegas, love and even the mafia, you’ll find it all in Jamie Lake’s new series Bad Boy. But you’ll also find other things that you normally don’t find, such as a teacher who is living a double-life as a nude massage therapist. Jamie Lake joins us today to discuss this series and how he manages to create such interesting books time after time. For those who aren’t familiar with the Bad Boy series, tell us about it.  Bad Boy tells the story of a teacher who needs money so bad, … Continued

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Dirk Caber – On Being A Cover Model

Today we have a special guest on the blog.  Dirk Caber talks about being a cover model.  I for one am very grateful to him for agreeing to grace the cover of Upside Down.  He was easy to work with and I thoroughly enjoyed it.   My partner Jesse was so delighted to be approached to be the cover model for the first novel, Inside Out, and I know he was just thrilled when he found out Andrew was hoping I might be on the cover if Upside Down.  Me, I’m an artist by day anyway, a musician and actor, … Continued

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Welcome My Guest – J P Barnaby

J P Is my guest today and I never know what she is going to talk about.  When she asked is she could be my guest, I of course agreed because she is always fun.  It turns out she has something special in mind.  So welcome J. P! This afternoon, I sat down with Devon Hunter, a full-time rentboy and former pornstar, who at one time, reviewed M/M books for an online podcast. Since that time, he and I have discussed many different aspects of fiction and writing gay male sexuality. So, I asked him – what should authors keep … Continued

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