March Reads

Blue Pills flooding the streets of DenverFentanyl ruining lives; friends and loved ones dying from the synthetic opioidA football star in search of answers to why one friend is dead and another missingDennis Gash reaching out to Jarvis Mann whose gumshoe days are in the pastThe case drawing him out of retirement and into the... Continue Reading →

Writer Resources: The Best Newsletter Platforms

MailChimp: The most popular email marketing tool to date, they offer free and paid options. The free account offers updated templates and is user friendly for the less tech savvy. You can monitor everything from subscribers to clicks and more. They also offer an easy to create landing page for new fans. Honestly, this is... Continue Reading →

February Reads

Do we ever really move on from the one that got away? Charissa Collins is a newly published author who embodies both strength and vulnerability. She embraces her sexuality and isn’t afraid to go after anything she wants. At her first book signing, she runs into her old flame, Robert Lockland. The magnetic pull between... Continue Reading →

Author Interview: Robin Reardon

1. For new readers, what genre do you write? All my stories feature gay characters primarily, though I often include characters from other groups under that colorful rainbow umbrella: bi, gender queer, intersex, trans—the list goes on.  My early works—novels one through eight—featured gay teens. But my Trailblazer series, as well as my newest novel (For Love... Continue Reading →

December Reads

Molly O'Brien is a spitfire. She co-own a successful salon with her best friends and is living that single girl life. She's got a smart mouth, a warm heart and a string of terrible dates trailing behind her. After she meets sexy fireman, Brenden Clarke, she starts to think her luck with dating may have... Continue Reading →

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