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The Treasure of Pi-Free Until Jan 23rd, 2017

One hundred and twenty years ago in Boston, MA Charles Robison and William Westerly were robbed of their lives, betrayed by Charles’ brother Anthony. The only testament of their love that remains is a journal and a watch with the sign of Pi on its cover. 56 more words


An Alisa Release Day Review: Camouflage by Jon Keys

Rating:  3.5 stars out of 5

Nash Gallo and Luke Meyers seem like complete opposites on the surface. Nash is a city boy from Atlanta, while Luke is a rancher from rural Oklahoma. 473 more words


BSB Author Interview with Richard Compson Sater

What made you decide to become a fiction writer? I discovered I had the knack for writing stories as a sophomore in college. I was a theater major concentrating on performance when I took a creative-writing class as an elective. 1,206 more words

Bold Strokes Books

My bit of protest art is out today... and it's very silly!

In the long-awaited sequel to The Perils of Praline, TV reality star Helmut Dump is unexpectedly and illogically elected to the presidency causing an epidemic of politically induced impotence. 133 more words


Gay love, snappy fantasy, and missing the point

Somehow I missed André Aciman’s Call Me By Your Name in 2007, but a friend kindly lent me a paperback copy (there doesn’t seem to be an ebook edition, and so I spent a few days with the unfamiliar feel of paper between my fingers). 596 more words


Rainbow Snippets - January 14, 2017

Happy weekend, Snippetteers! I hope you all survived Friday the 13th without any mishaps, and are all ready for some great snippets.

The Rainbow Snippets group… 432 more words

Gay Romance

Queer Classics: Fire from Heaven by Mary Renault

This is the first of Mary Renault’s Alexander the Great trilogy, a fictional account of Alexander’s early years. I’m glad I read this as my first novel of the new year, because it’s excellent. 289 more words