Tere Michaels (Guest Post)

Not Every Reader Is My Reader By Tere Michaels   When asked, here’s the one piece of advice I give to writers – Not Every Reader Is Your Reader. It’s a mantra I try to keep in mind as I’m writing and when the book is out of my hands and under the eyes of

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Christopher Koehler (Guest Post)

Poz, by Christopher Koehler So. Poz. I’m not a contract writer. I am free to write literally whatever I want to, and if I can talk people into paying me for it, so much the better. Why choose this subject? On the surface, writing about young adults and HIV would seem to be something of

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John Simpson – Into the Dark Void (Guest Post)

John Simpson, about his upcoming book, Into the Dark Void  Having written close to fifty books and stories, I decided to venture out into a new world with co-author Robert Cummings. We took a short story that I wrote quite some time ago, and expanded it into a full novel. The story revolves around a brand

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SJD Peterson – Rival Within (Guest Post)

Rival Within, by SJD Peterson Genre: MM Romance, American, Historical A Note from SJD Peterson: I’m often asked where my inspiration comes from and I always reply with the same answer; everywhere and everywhere. A story may stem from a song, a show, while people watching, a dream, the list goes on and on. Take

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Andrew Grey – Fire and Water (Guest Post)

Andrew Grey – Why I Write: I have been interviewed many times for blogs, radio, television and the hardest question I have ever been asked is why I write. It’s difficult because there isn’t an easy answer. I never set out to write and it wasn’t a dream of mine growing up. In school I

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