Stuck Landing
Blogtour , Bookteaser / December 18, 2015

Stuck Landing is the latest novel by Lauren Gallagher and is a part of the Bluewater Bay series. Riptide Publishing has asked me to be a part of the blogtour for this novel and I gladly accepted. The Bluewater Bay series has always been special to me, so this latest release will be just as special. Plus this novel is based upon a bisexual theme, one that you don’t find very often. Welcome to the Riptide Publishing/Lauren Gallagher blog tour for Stuck Landing, the latest installment in the Bluewater Bay series! Every comment on this blog tour enters you in a drawing for a choice of two eBooks off my backlist (excluding Stuck Landing but including titles written as L.A. Witt, Ann Gallagher, or Lori A. Witt) and a $10 Riptide Publishing store credit. Entries close at midnight, Eastern time, on December 19. Contest is NOT restricted to U.S. entries. Don’t forget your email or contact info so Riptide can reach you if you win! Biphobia and Bi-erasure Anyone who’s ever been to one of my panels at a convention has probably heard me rant about bisexual erasure and biphobia. It’s a subject that’s near and dear to my heart,…

Lead Me Not
Bookreview / September 6, 2015

Lead Me Not by Ann Gallagher has already featured on this blog before as part of the blog tour. Read that post right here. But this time I actually read the book and I feel the need to feature this book again, this time with my personal thoughts about it. Because let me tell you, you NEED to read this book. It is by far one of the best M-M stories I have read so far. It made me cry, it made me laugh and everything in between. Isaac Morris is the son of a preacher and has spend his whole life preaching against homosexuality. He is sure it is one of the greatest sins and there is no way God would allow such a thing to exist. He is sure it is a choice you make and anyone can walk away from that choice and make sure their lives are so much better. So when his sister proposes to make a documentary, proving once and for all it is a choice and you can come back from it, he hesitates at first. But when his brother tells him that his son is probably going down that path, he decides…