At thirty-six Ian feels done with the world. When a night at a bar goes as poorly as expected, he wants only to return home to be miserable in peace. Instead, he encounters Jordan. Hot, young and interested, Jordan is everything Ian’s ever wanted and nothing he believes himself capable of actually obtaining.
Jordan has enough going on in his life trying to scrape together a living for himself and his autistic son. When he meets Ian, all he wants is a brief, erotic moment and … Continue reading
Hi Anyta!! Thank you for being here! Let us discuss…
Where do you usually work?
In a shared office/studio with two very talented photographers, an IT administrator, and a web designer. And on occasion, I like to fit the cliché and work in a café. Nights, I work in my bed with my cats draped over my arms. (Making typing a challenge, believe me.)
Do you have a “day job” besides writing?
Besides taking care of my child, writing is what I do fulltime. Sometimes even in the middle of the … Continue reading
HI JC! Thanks for being here! Okay, tough probing question: chocolate or vanilla?
JC – That is a tough one! Let’s see… If it’s ice cream, then vanilla. If it’s cake, chocolate.
You’ve written BDSM, MM, MF, paranormal and contemporary. What is your favorite genre to write? To read?
JC – I enjoy paranormal and MM the most when writing. When reading, it’s mostly old-school fantasy, actually.
Which of your characters do you think is the closest to your own personality? Why?
JC – Probably Farrell from Pack War. He’s very … Continue reading
Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
My name is Jay Bell, and I grew up in Kansas where tornados regularly failed to transport me to a magical land. Tired of waiting, I decided to move to Germany, mostly because I fell in love, but I was also eager to reboot my career. I was working in the computer industry, but I’d always wanted to write. Starting a new life here gave me that opportunity. Since then I’ve written seven novels and a handful of short … Continue reading
We sit down to discuss all manner of things with the very versatile Gina A Rogers….
How long have you been writing?
I’ve enjoyed writing ever since I can remember but I put my first story on paper exactly a year ago for the M/M Romance group’s Love is Always Write event on Goodreads. I actually have a secret diary of sorts I’ve been keeping for years with lots and lots of ideas and whole story outlines in it but it took the friendly and supportive M/M community to … Continue reading
Connie sits down to discuss life and books with the talented Kaje Harper.
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you consider writing a new book?
Most of my stories begin with an image or a scene – in the case of my most recent, Sole Support, it was the scene with Kellen and Mike meeting in the cafe – I wondered why things wouldn’t be smooth sailing for them, and realized it was because Kellen would soon be preoccupied with his elderly mother, whom he realizes isn’t just forgetting a bit of her English, … Continue reading
Leave a comment before 6/10/13 for a chance to win a copy of John Inman’s upcoming – Hobbled
Thanks to fate and his own lack of good sense, eighteen-year-old Danny Shay is headed into what looks to be the worst summer of his life. It starts with a minor meltdown at work that leaves Danny under house arrest with a cast on one leg and an ankle monitor on the other, courtesy of the San Diego Police Department. On top of that, he’s battling a chronic case of virginity, with … Continue reading
Helllooo John. It’s Agggggiiiieeeee. Do you mind answering a few questions for Hearts on Fire? Inquiring minds need to know about you!
Wow. You are one prolific dude! What with A Hard Winter Rain, A Poodle Apocalypse, Loving Again, Shy, and now Loving Hector, out, tell readers and ‘Hearts’ what books you have coming out next and what we can expect.
Let’s see. I have a comedy titled HOBBLED which I just finished the 2nd edit on. It should be coming out sometime in May. And I’ve just begun the … Continue reading
Time for a chat with the very lovely AF Henley…
Before we start can I take a moment to say thank you so much for having me. I know everyone on your site has been extremely busy; I can’t get over how many reviews you’ve processed recently. Thanks for that. I’ve really enjoyed reading them.
Have you always been a writer? When did you write your first story?
I guess the standard answer applies for this one – yes, ever since I was a kid. Those early years can be tough … Continue reading