What’s the funniest mishap that has ever happened to you?
Mishap: An unlucky accident; a small mistake or amount of bad luck
Well, I can say, in my life I’ve had my share of unlucky mishaps and accidents. Two such instances come to mind. One, an utterly teenage nightmare, embarrassing mishap, and the other, bodily injury, out of work for three months and needing surgery accident (the way it occurred was quite memorable and embarrassing). For the sake … Continue reading
Author: TJ Klune
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press LLC
Genre: M/M Contemporary
Tyson Thompson graduated high school at sixteen and left the town of Seafare, Oregon, bound for what he assumed would be bigger and better things. He soon found out the real world has teeth, and he returns to the coast with four years of failure, addiction, and a diagnosis of panic disorder trailing behind him. His brother, Bear, and his brother’s husband, Otter, believe coming home is exactly what Tyson needs to … Continue reading
My favorite audiobooks of 2014 were chosen using the following criteria: artful writing, concise and interesting dialogues, solid plots, colorful and fully-developed characters, little or no angst, and most important, stories breaking out of the tiresome M/M mold. In no particular order, my M/M selections for 2014 are as follows:
Review for Shy, John Inman, 7 hrs and 54 minutes. 5/5 Hearts!
Often humorous story of Social Anxiety Disorders with a touch of OCD, death with dignity, set on an Indiana farm.
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Author: Mia Kerick
Publisher: DreamSpinner Press
Genre: m/m Contemporary
Bradley Zelder can’t find his way in life. After struggling for nearly a decade, he has yet to complete his college degree. Working as a school custodian, living in blue-collar Landsbury, MA, his love life is as empty as the rest of his existence. But on his way home after another disastrous date, his truck breaks down in upscale Oceanside. When he thinks life can’t get any worse, a man who is … Continue reading
Aggie’s favorites, not in any particular order:
Loving Hector by John Inman, probably the funniest book I had read in 2013
Shy by John Inman, again really funny. I never read a book with so much poop in it!
A Touch of Spice by Helena Maeve, Whew, baby I loved the menage relationship in this book. A GREAT
ead. Hot, with a submissive male character, which I love.
Lust In Time ed. by Rob Rosen. A great anthology of m/m relationships throughout time. Yeah, one of my
favorites was the Woodstock story.
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Let’s chat with the very talented and very sweet author of Superhero – Eli Easton.
How did you get into writing m/m? What inspires you (besides beautiful men that is)?
Like a lot of m/m writers I’ve met, I got into it through fan fiction. I wrote four mainstream novels some years ago and the last one took me three years and I got rather burnt-out and discouraged when it didn’t sell hugely. So I stopped writing fiction for a while. Then last year I became obsessed with BBC Sherlock … Continue reading
Our wonderful reviewers choose their all time favorites of 2012 (not limited to reviews done on Hearts). Maybe you’ll find a new favorite…
Aggie’s 2012 Favorites
Inertia By Amelia Gormley; it was a great emotional read, with a blue collar dude who needed to find love and come out of his shell. Derrick Chance is just so yummy and he has issues. And one of the best wank scenes I have read in a loooong time.
Acceleration By Amelia Gormley; because it was more Derrick and his struggles to start and stay in a relationship.
Haunted … Continue reading
Hi! I’d like to thank Hearts on Fire Reviews for hosting this giveaway.
Steel and Promise is my first novel. It began as a series of loosely connected erotic stories about a courtesan serving a mysterious noblewoman with implanted steel claws. Dark and sexy was pretty much the only point at first, with a little bit of backstory for spice. But the characters had more to say than that, and before I knew it, wait a minute, this thing is a book! … Continue reading