July 30, 2013

Mile High Recruiting by Chuck Willman

Mile High Recruiting by Chuck Willman is now available in e-book format!

On a quiet, cross-country night flight, a handsome male flight attendant offers the ultimate in “personalized service” to a hot, hunky, hairy, and very lucky passenger.

Not one for letting an opportunity pass him by, the flight attendant assists the passenger into the small, cramped lavatory, But the lack of space doesn’t limit their imagination or lust, and the passenger is officially initiated as the newest member of the “Mile High Club.”

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July 29, 2013

French Quarter Knights by Jacob Campbell

French Quarter Knights by Jacob Campbell is now available in e-book format!

After winning millions in a settlement from the church, Thaddeus "Tadpole" Merton has learned to hide things from others -- his money, his epilepsy, and his feelings. Now, he searches for love, acceptance, and sexual liberation in 1983 New Orleans.

Leaving behind a reluctant master in Linden and exploring a new lover in Sandy, Tadpole has adventures into a sensual drug- and alcohol-rich world of gay bars, drag clubs, baths, porno theatres, arcades, and hidden sex venues. Yet he also works with a yoga teacher and Zen guide, and questions himself in light of a world beyond the merely physical.

Tadpole seeks friendship and love, a home, and independence. But exploring steamy sensuality seems to counter his romantic need for true love, and he struggles with himself and his desires.

Will he be able to transcend the empty promises of easy sex and sick relationships to find true love? Tadpole knows he needs to settle for nothing less than complete freedom and independence. But can he overcome his own emotions and move on to a better life as a gay man?

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July 28, 2013

Fraternizing by Peter Melillo

Fraternizing by Peter Melillo is now available in e-book format!

Hitchhiking for blowjobs or hand jobs had been good enough for Paul before he was drafted into the Vietnam War.

Once he was a soldier, though, he was trained to be a killer. Following orders in the dark tunnels of Cu Chi gets him in touch with his dark side.

Then he meets Kenny. For him, Paul breaks all the rules against fraternization and finds the love of his life. Kenny teaches Paul how romance can take sex to new, serene places, and with his help, Paul begins to cultivate a lighter side.

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July 23, 2013

The Sarran Plague by A.C. Katt

The Sarran Plague by A.C. Katt is now available in e-book format!

On far away Sarran, the Warriorpair Jonal and Tonas, along with the rest of the planet's males, lost their Fem when the Zyptz unleased a toxin that killed only females. Sarrans mates in Triad, two males with one female, and without fems, their civilization stared extinction in the face.

But the Sarrans are tough and smart. They searched the galaxy for a genetically compatible species and found Earth. They were told the Earthen fems were an inferior species, with many unable to establish the psychic link essential to the triad bond, but they had to try.

En route, from as far out as the asteroid belt, they heard fem voices calling to the mates. Success! But their joy is short-lived, because the human fems are in pain -- they are dying. The Zyptz found Earth before the Sarrans and unleashed their toxin.

Admirals Jonal and Tonas are determined to obtain a fem at almost any cost, and rush to save Anya, because they've already mated with her in their minds.

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July 22, 2013

Helleville by Hayden Thorne

Helleville by Hayden Thorne is now available in e-book format!

All fifteen-year-old Noah Hipwell wants is to go through high school in peace. Yet he finds himself suspended after a bully pushes him too far, and Noah’s forced to defend himself. His mother, fed up with the school’s indifference to his plight, pulls him out completely and leaves Noah uncertain of his future while they look for a good and safe school for him.

All Dorothy “Dot” Hipwell wants is to go through single motherhood in peace. Yet she and her son are harassed by weekly phone calls from her evangelical family hell-bent on guilt-tripping them both back into the fold. Then Noah’s grandparents ask strange questions about their old van after dropping cryptic references to a group called The Soul Warriors. Fed up, Dot takes Noah away for a much-needed getaway, only to find themselves suddenly transported to an alternate world, where a town called Helleville awaits them and all other condemned souls.

Along with warm-blooded, living human beings, the Hipwells rub shoulders with zombies, vampires, house ghosts, and occasional “green vomit piles” while picking up the pieces and sorting out what could very well be an eternity in a bizarre, fanciful, and humorous world of ghouls and banned books.

When residents suddenly disappear one by one with no trace and for no logical reason, however, doubts being “housed” in an alternate world for their sins are raised, and time suddenly becomes of the essence as Noah and the rest of Helleville’s condemned race to find answers to what’s quickly turning into a dangerous puzzle.

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July 21, 2013

Aunt Daisy's Funeral by Terry O'Reilly

Aunt Daisy's Funeral by Terry O'Reilly is now available in e-book format!

Danny Foley is about to attend his Aunt Daisy’s funeral alone and with a heavy heart. He’s lost his rock and protector, the only member of his dysfunctional family who’d believed he was destined to find the love of a good man.

Danny is so starved for male affection, he fantasizes about being with a muscular young man in a rest stop bathroom, his niece’s handsome fiancĂ©, the brawny waiter at a restaurant, the stud lawyer reading Aunt Daisy’s will. But they remain only fantasies.

But even though she’s passed on, Aunt Daisy just may be able to turn fantasy into reality for her favorite nephew.

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July 16, 2013

Home by Peter Melillo

Home by Peter Melillo is now available in e-book format!

When Larry returns home from the Korean Police-Action War in 1953, he discovers he has changed, the world he left behind has changed, and neither change was for the better. Haunted by combat terrors, he feels his life is wasting away in depression. Then he meets Michael, his new next-door neighbor. Their friendship grows through sexual exploration, intimacy, passion, and eventually love, bringing healing to Larry and self-confidence to Micheal.

But by deciding to live together, the two young men risk their futures. The repressive laws against homosexuality, medical establishment’s malicious diagnoses, and the criminal justice system’s incarcerations of homosexuals in the 1950's -- their entire society damns their love for each other. Can smart planning and good works towards family, friends, and community pay off with a bright future and a happy ending?

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July 15, 2013

Heat of July by Joann Lee

Heat of July by Joann Lee is now available in e-book format!

Renee has never understood the appeal of living in a small town where the Fourth of July festival is the biggest event of the entire year. Still, there's nothing better to do, and Renee winds up braving the crowds for a chance to see the fireworks.

Cara is recently divorced, and decides to attend the festival for the first time. She's looking to mingle with the locals and make a new home for herself far from her cheating ex-husband. When Cara and Renee meet, the two instantly hit it off. There’s one small problem -- Cara isn't a lesbian.

But will these two women find more than a simple holiday celebration to quench their hearty appetites? What happens when the heat of July proves to be far too hot to handle for either one of them?

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July 14, 2013

Cool Blue by Wayne Mansfield

Cool Blue by Wayne Mansfield is now available in e-book format!

Alexander Monroe lives in Grasspatch, a town so small, the founders couldn’t even be bothered thinking up a proper name for it. He works at the newsagency/post office, where his duties include ordering newspapers and magazines, printing Lotto tickets, and delivering the mail.

One morning he has to deliver a parcel to the mysterious Mr Christian O’Neill, who lives in an oddly-shaped mansion on the outskirts of town. Not much is known about Mr O’Neill, although there is certainly an abundance of rumours -- a faded rock star, a media-shy actor. Alexander can’t wait to find out the answers for himself.

Rather than being odd, Christian turns out to be the most interesting person Alexander has ever met. In fact, he asks to come back, and with each consecutive visit, he learns more and more about Christian, and about the power of the mind and the wonders visualisation can bring.

But even as Alexander learns how to get what he thinks he wants, he loses Christian. Is it too late to find him again? And if he does, will what they had still be there?

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July 10, 2013

Train Dogs by Chuck Willman

Train Dogs by Chuck Willman is now available in e-book format!

Summer in Chicago can be brutal, and nowhere seems hotter than at the station waiting for the A train. The only good thing was the amount of sweaty, bare skin on display. I pass the time man-watching, until one of them catches me.

He's a cyclist and stares back at me boldly. Fortunately, we end up in the same train car. when it empties out, I make my move, hoping to add a more pleasurable heat to an already boiling day.

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July 8, 2013

Fireside Romance Book 4: Glowing Embers by Drew Hunt

Fireside Romance Book 4: Glowing Embers by Drew Hunt is now available in e-book format!

Simon Peters and his partner Mark Smith face a number of challenging life events in the fourth and final volume of this heart-warming saga.

Because of his time working on the streets after being kicked out of home by his father, Mark worries he may have contracted HIV. Despite knowing the lack of treatment options if he were to test positive -- this is the late 1980’s before the age of retro-viral drugs -- Mark is determined to know his fate.

Things become complicated when Mark receives a letter from his father wanting to re-establish contact. Roy entering their lives presents further challenges, ones which ultimately threaten Simon and Mark’s continued happiness.

Gay teens Sam and Billy play an increasingly important part in Simon and Mark’s lives, often regarding the older men as surrogate fathers/big brothers. Can this unconventional family pull together and become stronger, despite all the world has thrown at them?

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July 7, 2013

Beneath His Stolen Skin by R.W. Clinger

Beneath His Stolen Skin by R.W. Clinger is now available in e-book format!

When Nolan Baxter opens up his house to tenants over the summer for cash, he falls for the sexy and alluring Zeb Thursday.

Zeb is quiet, subdued, and spends a severe amount of time in his bedroom alone. Nolan begins to wonder about him. Why does he wear gloves, long-sleeved shirts, and a baseball cap during the hot and humid summer days? Why is he hiding his physical appearance? And why does he rarely come out during daylight?

Nolan makes it a point to find out Zeb’s history, and along the way learns of the man’s secrets and sins. But as he pries into Zeb’s business, Nolan invades his tenant’s privacy. As a sexual longing builds between them, they devise strength in each other. Nolan inevitably falls for Zeb and vice versa.

But will their individual scars, deep and dark, prevent the pair from loving each other?

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July 4, 2013

Paul Alan Fahey on Weep Not for the Past

Paul Alan Fahey on Weep Not for the Past:

One of the best books ever written about wartime London, for me at least, is unquestionably The Night Watch by Sarah Waters. What was so compelling about this book, set during the London Blitz, was the storyline that followed a group of ambulance workers, ministry clerks and building inspectors -- women in love and in relationships with other women -- through the nightly raids. To be honest I'd never read anything quite like it. And to make the book more unique and creative, it was told backwards. Uh-huh. You've got it right. She wrote the book backwards from 1947 to 1941. As I said, nothing quite like it.

Ms. Waters' book set me to wondering about gay relationships during those times. What must it have been like for a man to be in love with another man, perhaps, living with him, and forced to playing it close to the vest due to the horrendous English laws against homosexuality? With an idea to start, a title, Bomber's Moon, and a climax I envisioned in a lighthouse on the English coast, I created the main characters, Edward Bridger and Leslie Atwater, who are torn apart during the first months of the bombing. At the outset, I wanted to tap into the emotional effects on Londoners living with death day in and day out. In short I wanted to explore what was then called shell shock or battle fatigue, what we refer to now as post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as other themes.

A diehard fan of Agatha Christie -- especially her Miss Marple village mysteries -- and wanting to spend more time with my Bomber's characters, especially the supplementary ones of Caroline and Cyril, I set to work on the sequel, Weep Not for the Past. I think of this novella as a light historical/English cozy mystery with a bit of romance tossed in.

I hope you enjoy Weep Not for the Past as much as I loved revisiting these characters. I'm already working on a third entry in the series, A Manx Tale, set on the Isle of Man. Did you know there were "enemy" alien internment camps on the island? I didn't either. Stay tuned.

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July 3, 2013

Weep Not for the Past by Paul Alan Fahey

Weep Not for the Past by Paul Alan Fahey is now available in e-book format!

The sequel to Bomber’s Moon finds Leslie Atwater living a quiet life with his cousin Caroline in an isolated village in the English countryside. With his lover Edward off again on assignment and his life circumstances forever altered by war, Leslie becomes restless and bored.

It is January 1941. U-boats patrol offshore and are a constant threat to British livelihood, as are the daily bombings in London. But Leslie is far from the action. In an effort to lighten his mood, Caroline drags him to a first aid workshop at the vicarage. There he meets and befriends an enigmatic woman named Evangeline Blake, who resembles one of Leslie’s favorite stage and film actresses.

Then disaster strikes, and Leslie, Edward, and Caroline must work together to discover the truth. Was it a tragic accident or premeditated murder?

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July 1, 2013

Fly Boys by Peter Melillo

Fly Boys by Peter Melillo is now available in e-book format!

WW II 1943: Kanoah wakes up to find his best friend and fighter pilot wing man Chip has given him a blowjob. Both men are married heterosexuals, but suddenly Chip is professing his love for Kanoah and Kanoah doesn't know what to think or feel or how to handle the situation with its possible future implications.

Chip tells Kanoah he will take whatever consequences Kanoah thinks appropriate for his having expressed his love for him. In doubt about his feelings, Kanoah uses the military's strictures against homosexuality to temporarily defend himself from his confused thoughts. But rather than follow protocol and report Chip's behavior up the chain of command, Kanoah talks to the squadron psychiatrist and gets a new perspective on man-to-man sex during war time.

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