Sunday reading

Happy Sunday to you my friends, and I hope everyone in Hurricane Irma’s way are safe and sound ❤️

I thought I’d recommend some Sunday reading for you, if you need something to entertain yourself with today:

I’m in the author spotlight over at Gay Book Promotions and answer some interview questions. If you want to get to know me a little better, to find out why I love the M/M genre so much, what I’d do if I had a time machine, or what my favorite animal is, head on over and read the interview.  A big thank you for having me to Gay Book Promotions! ❤️

My dear friend Addison Albright visits Joyfully Jay and talks about her upcoming appearance at GRL. Click here to read about it. And if you’re attending GRL: promise me to find her and give her some love. She’s fabulous and she deserves it. ❤️ (And she’s gonna have awesome swag and give away a cute short Christmas story. That should persuade you 😉 )

My tea-loving, mobster-crazy friend Amy Tasukada is in the author spotlight at Eliza David Writes. It’s an older interview (from April this year) but who cares? 🙂 And if you’ve already read it, you can go one-click her upcoming release over at Amazon instead 🙂

(Beware of shameless self-plugging ahead) If you need something more than a few blog posts to read, why not try Cinnamon Eyes if you haven’t already? Personally I think it’s perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon, and yes, I’m totally unbiased!! 😁

ce w reviews on releasedate

And the other morning when I woke up, I found an email in my inbox that made me extremely happy. A kind reader had emailed me and told me she’d read my books and that they’d helped her get over a bad afternoon. That was an amazing experience. Thank you, Sue! ❤️

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13 thoughts on “Sunday reading

  1. I loved your interview at Gay Book Promotions! I keep thinking about your answer to that time machine question. It’s so true. I’ve often said the same kind of thing regarding questions about what I’d change in my own life, but hadn’t spent much time thinking about it in the bigger picture. Same answer, though. Nothing. But instead of invoking Star Trek (never got into it), I’d reference The Butterfly Effect (love that movie).

    Thank you for the plug! I’m trying not to let my nerves run amok about the convention. Now I’m off to go read Amy’s interview! ❤️

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    1. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen The Butterfly Effect, but I can’t remember a thing about it. Not even when I read the blurb (is it called blurb when it’s about movies? 🙂 ) I’m getting senile, Addison! 🙂

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  2. Oh goodness, I forgot to mention Cinnamon Eyes in my other comment! I LOVE that story!! I think every review I’ve seen agrees that it’s simply amazing and a wonderful pick-me-up. You have such a way with words. I defy anyone to read that story and not fall in love with Cory and Asher. 💗

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    1. Aw, thank you ❤️ I’m really humbled by all the glowing reviews. Can you believe I almost didn’t write it because I didn’t think I’d have enough time to the submission call deadline? 🙂

      Have you read the finished version yet? (I totally understand if you haven’t!) I was curious to find out what you think of the new Mike-scene 🙂

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