Heartifact, by Aisling Mancy

Happy Holidays! Join me in welcoming my friend and fellow author Ash to my blog today with his newest novella, Heartifact. It sounds like a fascinating story! By the way, net proceeds benefit the The Trevor Project in the US, le Refuge in France, and Arcigay in Italy Heartifact is available from Men Over the Rainbow, Amazon, Amazon UK, All Romance eBooks, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords   THE MYTH OF ATLANTIS A very special thank you to Lloyd for hosting me today. It’s great to be here!…

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Guest appearance — Jackson Cordd

It's a pleasure to have Jackson Cordd here today, a very interesting author I've just met recently. His most recent novel, Shamrock Green, is due for release from Dreamspinner Press on April 2nd. Welcome, Jackson! Thank you Lloyd for your interest in my latest novel, Shamrock Green, and for inviting me to talk a bit about it. I’m thrilled at how the book is already garnering so much attention. When I began writing it, I…

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Interview with two-time Lambda Literary Award winner Mykola Dementiuk

Last Monday Mykola (Mick) Dementiuk won his second Lambda Literary Award. His unique voice and his dedication to his craft has established him as a real force in LGBT fiction. Please join me as he answers questions about his writing and his remarkable life. [caption id="attachment_539" align="alignleft" width="200"] Mick, Coney Island 1958[/caption] You just won another Lambda Literary Award, Mick – congratulations! Your first was in 2009 in Bisexual Fiction, this year in Gay Erotica.…

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Interview with Victor J. Banis

I've been enthralled reading Victor Banis’ autobiography Spine Intact, Some Creases. I'd love to talk more about what’s already in the book, but I don't think that's fair to him. So please, readers of this blog -- if you want to know more about Victor Banis, one of the true pioneers of gay fiction, read his memoir, available HERE. It's an eye-opening read how he endured harassment from federal authorities to write books that portrayed…

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Interview with Anel Viz, Author

Today my interview guest is Anel Viz, an author who has a number of excellent books to his credit, and continues to create an expanding list of fine stories. Today I'm talking with him about his historical family saga set in 19th Century Montana, The City of Lovely Brothers. (Silver Publishing, 2011 in both print and ebook.) I've also written a review of this book at Jessewave. There's a link to it at the end…

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