The Sociological Prospects of Character Creation: Grace Lynn

The Sociological Prospects of Character Creation: Grace Lynn

Nov 1, 2013

The Sociological Prospects of Character Creation and World Building By Grace Lynn Sociology is the study of culture: how it’s structured, develops, changes, and functions in human society. Culture is the building block of every human being. Culture affects every aspect of a person’s life from their religion, to who they hang out with, to what they eat. When...

Celebrating Family Diversity: Lyssa Samuels

Celebrating Family Diversity: Lyssa Samuels

Oct 25, 2013

There is nothing more precious than a child. There is nothing more important than having that child live in a world that is open, accepting, affirming, loving, and caring. Family is the backbone of society. The importance of a loving home and a supportive family is priceless. To have such a family is the one gift that will help a child follow a successful road...

Gay Rights in Romania: Aimée Brissay

Gay Rights in Romania: Aimée Brissay

Oct 18, 2013

An Eastern European country and part of the former communist bloc, Romania is slowly stepping into the 21st century. Once a liberal state where same-sex relationships were not treated any differently than heterosexual ones, it sunk into the dark period of communism where everybody that was different was persecuted and every form of culture, be it literature,...

The Rise of ManLove Novels: Jorja Kish

The Rise of ManLove Novels: Jorja Kish

Oct 11, 2013

The Rise of ManLove Novels: Why We Love Them so Much By Jorja Kish Society has seen its fair share of romance novels from the tragedies of Shakespeare to the Best Sellers on the New York Times.  However, a new genre has had flowing undercurrent among the giants of mainstream romances and that is the erotic romance. This genre is not quite so new, just surfacing...

A Day in the Life of This Romance Author: Tedi Sinclair

A Day in the Life of This Romance Author: Tedi Sinclair

Sep 27, 2013

After talking with several other authors, many of us have shared similar experiences. Now, I can only speak for myself, but I’m sure other Siren authors can relate. Once people find out my profession, they ask question after question. Where do you get your ideas? How glamorous! What do you do all day? You must have men/women hanging all over you. How do you...

Why Provincetown?: May Water

Why Provincetown?: May Water

Sep 6, 2013

Holding hands while strolling along the surf, salty kisses in the waves, tanned faces sporting smiles, matching outfits. Some couples nervously new and cute in their partnership, others more comfortable and secure. They look like couples in any summer tourist town right? Nuh uh, look again. A huge number of the couples I spy are same-sex couples. Eye liner and...

The Gay Vampire’s Journey: Cassandra Pierce

The Gay Vampire’s Journey: Cassandra Pierce

Jul 19, 2013

As everyone knows, e-books about gay vampires are proliferating these days—a very good thing for those of us who love to read and write them—but it would be a mistake to think of these publications as some hot new thing. The gay vampire has a long and illustrious history. In fact, the very first vampire story in English literature had strong homoerotic...

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