How it Began, Where it’s Going: Lynn Stark

How it Began, Where it’s Going: Lynn Stark

Mar 12, 2013

Though a great many people don’t believe writing for the romance genre is a serious pursuit, I have to disagree. Perhaps I’m just stubborn or contrary. I’ve never been one to follow in line. If someone looks down a line of people walking along, I’m the one dancing. I’ve never been one to think as others do. If there are ten people in a room believing...

Tatum’s Top Ten: Tatum Throne

Tatum’s Top Ten: Tatum Throne

Mar 8, 2013

Tatum’s Top Ten: Things I Love About ManLove By Tatum Throne I love to write about my top ten favorite things. Today, I’m writing about the top ten things I love about the ManLove genre. I can honestly say that I found the ManLove genre by happy accident. I had two secondary characters in my first M/F book who were gay, and I didn’t give them their...

Learning About Love: E.A. Reynolds

Learning About Love: E.A. Reynolds

Mar 1, 2013

“God created Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve.” That is one of the most common platitudes I’ve heard concerning gay men. So I have to ask myself what is it about two men being together romantically and sexually that some people find so difficult to swallow? Men are strong and sexy creatures. They are a mystery unto themselves, an intriguing book we can’t...

Paranormal Activity: Gale Stanley

Paranormal Activity: Gale Stanley

Feb 22, 2013

Paranormal Activity – Why We Love Extraordinary Heroes  By Gale Stanley Have you ever fallen for a character in a book? I have. Many times. Being smitten with a fictional hero is very much like having a crush on an actor in a movie or TV show. If an author does their job well, she (or he), will have created a hero who is so believable, he seems to exist...

Unexpected Discoveries: Sydney Lain

Unexpected Discoveries: Sydney Lain

Feb 8, 2013

My love for romance novels started sometime during the teen years. Other than combat boots, too much makeup, and lots of black clothing, a large part of those angst-filled years is a blur except for one thing, the novels I enjoyed reading. From Jane Austen to the latest Harlequin novel, I consumed book after book. Thinking back, if I counted fairy tales then...

Musings on ManLove: Alex Carreras

Musings on ManLove: Alex Carreras

Jan 30, 2013

Before I started writing ManLove, I was writing straight romance, a genre I have not been published in… yet. Frustrated that my writing career was not exactly a career but still a hobby—and certainly not what I had dreamed of when I was a chubby youngster on the family farm—one day my partner flippantly suggested that I should write about gay...

Like Mother Like Daughter: Kelly Conrad

Like Mother Like Daughter: Kelly Conrad

Jan 24, 2013

One day a bunch of daredevil authors stepped out of the protective circle of erotic romance between men and women, and into the fiery circle of sizzling bedroom scenes, sweaty bodies, and bold sex between gay men, and called it ManLove. It exploded! Along about that time an innocent, foolish little writer that didn’t have a clue came along. Her name was Kelly...

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