Dreamspinner Press Sixth Anniversary Sale

Dreamspinner Press Sixth Anniversary Sale

One of my favorite publishers, Dreamspinner Press, is celebrating their 6th year in business with a very good sale. Take 40% off of books (including paperbacks) by authors who signed with them during their first two years of business. Some popular authors include: Catt Ford, Abigail Roux, Maria Albert, and Sienna Bishop.

Here’s just a few of the books included in the sale:

There’s lots more, so be sure to check out the Dreamspinner site. It’s a wonderful opportunity to get some great books at low prices! The sale runs from today (May 1) through Sunday (May 5).

Araton’s Destiny (Review)

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
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Series: Celestial Justice #1
Published by on 23 April 2013
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Pages: 79
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So, what happens to a guardian angel when he really screws up? Araton, Junior Guardian Angel, is about to find out.

Araton’s Destiny is the first book in Serena Yates’ Celestial Justice series, exploring the ideas of justice and mercy (not to mention romance) in the angelic realms. The first three novellas in the series, Araton’s Destiny, Zuriel’s Fate, and Israfil’s Future have just been rereleased, two-and-a-half years after their first publication. After reading Araton’s Destiny, I believe they deserve the new attention. Continue reading

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About Serena Yates

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I’m a night owl who starts writing when everyone else in my time zone is asleep. I’ve loved reading all my life and spent most of my childhood with my nose buried in a book. Although I always wanted to be a writer, financial independence came first. Twenty-some years and a successful business career later I took some online writing classes and never looked back.

Free Gay Fiction for Your Kindle

If you’re like me and have an ereader (or two), you’re always looking for bargains. To help out, I’ll occasionally post lists of some of the better gay fiction available from Amazon or Barnes & Noble for free. Keep in mind, the free books are often for a limited time only, so you’ll want to check the price before you buy. Here’s some free books for your Kindle:
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Trey’s Big Fat Italian….Wedding?

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
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Published by on 12 March 2013
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Pages: 262
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four-stars

So what do you do if you’re 38 years old, you’ve burned through three marriages, and you’re attracted to a guy more than ten years younger than yourself? If you’re Vince Fierro, you panic.

You see, Vince (one of the main characters of Family Man) is all that and more. Even though he has an MBA, he works as a plumber in his uncle’s business. He’s part of a large, closely-knit Italian-American family in Chicago. And lately, he’s been wondering if his problems with women might be due to looking for love in the wrong places. After talking to his sister, Rachel (who tells him “you have commitment issues that have commitment issues”), he goes out one night to a club in a part of town where no one knows him. Of course, he immediately runs into Trey Giles, a younger guy from his old neighborhood and a family friend. Continue reading

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About Heidi Cullinan

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Heidi enjoys knitting, reading, movies, TV shows on DVD, and all kinds of music. She has a husband, a daughter, and too many cats. Heidi is an active social networker, updating on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Livejournal, last.fm, and of course has good old-fashioned emai

About Marie Sexton

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Marie Sexton lives in Colorado. She’s a fan of just about anything that involves muscular young men piling on top of each other. In particular, she loves the Denver Broncos and enjoys going to the games with her husband. Her imaginary friends often tag along. Marie has one daughter, two cats, and one dog, all of whom seem bent on destroying what remains of her sanity. She loves them anyway.