Edmond Manning – King John: Guest post and giveaway

Looking To The Future

After a deliciously long and happy celebration of my new release, King John, the party comes to an end. Hearts on Fire has agreed to host me for the final stop on this blog tour as I finish my adventures discussing this most recent book. I’m delighted to be here, thank you. Hearts on Fire, you always supported me. You were one of the very first to review King Perry on Goodreads. Thank you.

I had some really fun moments on this tour. I shared my silly, YouTube video, “Live Tweeted Q&A” during … Continue reading

Edmond Manning – Filthy Acquisitions

filthyAuthor: Edmond Manning
Reviewer: Vivian
Publisher:Wilde City Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary
ISBN: 9781925180206

Keldon Thurman hates his job, purchasing serial killer art for a private investor. He would quit if he weren’t completely impoverished, but with no life skills and no ways to generate income, Keldon has no options.

However, Acquisition Number Five proves to be more challenging than expected. Wheel-chair bound Irene Woullet and her handsome nurse caretaker, Joshua Greene, refuse to cooperate. Keldon’s only chance is to seduce the old-fashioned, simple-living Josh in … Continue reading

Edmond Manning – King Mai


Author: Edmond Manning
Reviewed by: Don
Publisher: Pickwick Ink Publishing
: M/M Contemporary


Adopted from Thailand and never one to fit in with the local bubbas, life has been rough around the edges for Mai Kearns, even before he came out of the closet. Now, almost ten years past the torture of high school, Mai still can’t catch a break: he and his parents stand to lose their beloved farm.

How will a “King Weekend” help change Mai’s fate? What … Continue reading

Edmond Manning – King Perry

Author: Edmond Manning
Reviewer: Don
Publisher:  Dreamspinner Press
Genre: M/M Contemporary Bittersweet
ISBN 13: 9781613723791


I could read Mr. Manning’s exquisite style of writing for hours on end and never tire of it.  He reminds me very much of Andrew Holleran with his soothing, almost lyrical way they both put thoughts into words.  I don’t know why this book  was classified as a bittersweet because the ending was a very happy one in my opinion.

Vin Vanbly is a quirky visitor to San Francisco … Continue reading