Everything about Queer Romance Month
Online Event / September 30, 2015

Everything About Queer Romance Month What it is Queer Romance Month is a month long celebration of romance across the LGBTQ+ spectrum. Every day in October, we publish three to four posts from a variety of readers, writers, bloggers and other brilliant people. Our contributors come from all corners of Romancelandia, united by our belief that love is love, romance is romance, and sexuality is not a sub-genre. On the website, we’ll be showcasing essays, think pieces, flash fiction, and other good things inspired by this year’s theme: We All Need Stories. You’ll also find us around the blogosphere all month long, bringing you exclusive interviews, audio clips and video readings from our wonderful contributors. Why it’s awesome Because everyone involved in Queer Romance Month is terribly brilliant and sexy. More seriously, it’s a chance to talk about books you love or discover books you’re going to love in an exciting, diverse and enthusiastic community. There’ll be actual, legit, brand new content from a wide range of writers who we hope you’ll already think are fabulous or will decide are fabulous after you read them. We hope you’ll laugh and cry and think and find something that speaks to you….

Rough Road
Blogtour , Bookreview / September 30, 2015

This post is part of the blogtour for the latest novel by Vanessa North, called Rough Road. It is the second part of the Lake Lovelace series. I have been asked to be a part of the blogtour by the publisher Riptide Publishing and I am very happy to do just that. Lets start of by letting Vanessa tell us a bit about herself and how she became a writer in the first place. Author of over a dozen novels, novellas, and short stories, Vanessa North delights in giving happy-ever-afters to characters who don’t think they deserve them. Relentless curiosity led her to take up knitting and run a few marathons “just to see if she could.” She started writing for the same reason. Her very patient husband pretends not to notice when her hobbies take over the house. Living and writing in Northwest Georgia, she finds her attempts to keep a quiet home are frequently thwarted by twin boy-children and a very, very large dog. Her latest novel is called Rough Road and came out on September 28, 2015. It promises more sizzling romance, sweet love and even more wonderful men. So go out and buy this one people……..

Not That Type of Guy
Bookreview / September 27, 2015

Not That Type of Guy is a novel by Sara York and I am guessing it is one of her older ones, since it is from 2012. The story is not too bad, but a bit on the easy side for me. Aiden Jackson works for a very secret part of the US government. A part of the CIA, but only a limited amount of people know about it. As far as he knows Aiden is straight as an arrow, never even looking at a man twice. That is, until he is on a mission somewhere and another agent saves him by having sex with him in a public bathroom. Back home Aiden is getting more and more confused. He is straight, he is sure of that, but why is it that he is on a date with a stunningly beautiful woman, but he has only eyes for the man a few tables over? And why are all his fantasies suddenly about other men and the things he would do to them? Trace Williams is a doctor and instantly attracted to Aiden when he sees him. But there is something about Aiden that confuses him. Why is the guy so…

Queer Romance Month
Online Event / September 26, 2015

Since 2014 October has been renamed Queer Romance Month. One whole month to celebrate our favorite books. But there is also an underlying reason to have this month. Queer Romance Month exists to celebrate queer romantic fiction in all its aspects. We believe that love is love, and nobody should be relegated to a sidebar or a subgenre. Queer romance is romance. We welcome anyone who believes in love, irrespective of gender or orientation. Allies, supporters and the curious are all part of QRM. We support the right to read what you like, write what you love, and be who you are. We love romantic fiction. We want to share the love and help some amazing books and authors reach a wider audience. Thanx to the wonderful people of the organization in a few more days we will start the second edition of the month. In 2014 the theme was Love is Love, in 2015 the theme will be We All Need Stories. Check out the wonderful website here and find out how you too can be involved in this.

Beware of Geeks Bearing Gifts
Bookreview / September 26, 2015

Beware of Geeks Bearing Gifts is a short story by Charlie Cochet and I have to tell you it is by far one of the sweetest and cutest things I have read lately. It made me smile while reading it and that is always a good sign. Julian “Quinn” Quintero is a tough and beefy Miami police officer who has been wounded on the job and forced to stay home and recover for a while. All he wants is a little peace and quiet, quite hard when his family is constantly all over him. One night he sleeps through a medicine delivery, which puts him in contact with his geeky neighbor Spencer Morgan. Spencer has had a crush on Quinn for as long as he can remember, but he never thought anything would happen. But now he has a chance and he decides to take care of Quinn. Slowly but surely he works his way into Quinn’s heart and his life. He has to make Quinn see there is no chance he will ever be without him again. I really do have a thing for geeky guys falling for the person they think they can never have. And this one…

Boyfriend For The Weekend – Boyfriend #1
Bookreview / September 26, 2015

 Boyfriend for the Weekend is part 1 in the new Boyfriend series by Diana DeRicci. It is all about finding the right man in the last place you thought possible. Sometimes love needs a little nudge to fall in place. Jayden Sindler is invited to his sisters wedding, but she warned him he better bring a date or she will not be responsible for all the single women trying to go after him. But Jayden is a notorious player, never holding on to the same person for long, and besides he is gay. So what is he to do? Then he meets Nash Vargas, only 19 years old and recently kicked out of his home by a homophobic father. Jayden invites him to go along to the wedding, pretending to be his boyfriend for the weekend so Jayden is safe. And it will give Nash a chance to venture out in the gay world without danger. But the more time they spend together, the more they learn there might be a chance for real love in here. Maybe they don’t want to pretend anymore and make this a real thing. Can they really do that? Will they be able to…