Posts Tagged ‘LGBT. Gay Fiction’

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I leave reading the latest hit publications to my other job, working for the divine Lisa H at the Novel Approach.  Over here at Insight Out! I like to skim back through the archives and pick up on all the tasty stuff I’ve missed through the years…And thank God I do, because I found this book and it changed everything!  I don’t pay much attention to covers or blurbs, I just scroll back through my tablet and see what’s hanging around, unread.  If I had read beforehand what this book is about, I may not have been so utterly shocked by what I found.  Admittedly, the title had me thinking this was about a large hirsute man, a smaller hirsute man and a twink in some crazy Goldilocks ménage situation.  How wrong can one man be?  Well for me, wrongness led to what can only be described as so impossibly right that it pretty much destroyed me.

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ImageThere are few things in my life that make me happy.  Writing, reading a good book, being marginally overweight and my insane love of country music to name a few.  So when I tweeted the talent Mr John Goode, author of the new Dreamspinner Press released novel Taking Chances, and he actually said yes to an interview, I added John-Goode-knowing-who-I-am to that list of happy-makers.  Within three hours of receiving my email, he had replied, and what follows documents the hilarity that is the inside of Mr. Goode’s mind.  Please enjoy it as much as I did, and if you’re any kind of fan-boy like me, you’ll need a cigarette and a cold shower afterwards too!  No?  Just me?  Naww, shucks.

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In a world where magic exists, Madeleine Ribbon has woven a beautiful love story that starts as a curse and slowly lifts to a blessing.  Blessed Curses is a novella from Dreampress that starts with a sandbox altercation between brothers, and results in David living his life inspiring fear in anyone who comes close to him.  And the curse will not lift, as all magicians in the Arcana are left baffled by the spell.

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I was first directed to this book by author Jeff Erno’s review of it on Goodreads.  And thank you Mr Erno indeed.  Turned out to be a cracking read!  It’s a pretty simple story, that starts in the sandbox and ends in a happy-ever-after.  It’s a funny and endearing tale of childhood buddies Jordan, a geeky, awkward comic book nerd, and Owen, the larger-than-life wrestling enthusiast, as they embark on a bromance to end all bromances.

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