Monthly Archives: October 2018

FRIENDS INTRODUCE US TO THINGS WE’D NEVER THINK OF

When Todd and I have lunch with a friend who lost her husband not long ago, we’ve become accustomed to a wonderful tradition she and her husband began: opening a bottle of champagne for Saturday afternoons. As I sipped champagne … Continue reading

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IF YOU’RE A GAY MAN…

you’ll probably enjoy this Twitter feedĀ (adult content).

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IT ISN’T SAFE TO GO BACK INTO THE WATER

For my friends who aren’t gay men, it isn’t safe to go back in the water. I have two general readership books in the pipeline, so soon I’ll be out there, swimming around, looking for innocent, unsuspecting readers. (Photo from … Continue reading

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Could this fellow taking off his shirt be Hardy, of YOUNG AND IN LOVE?

I thought of Hardy when I saw this gif of a young guy taking off his shirt. He’s not exactly as I picture Hardy, and he would be Hardy at a younger age than in the novella. But he conveys … Continue reading

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“HARDY IS REAL AND ADORABLE.”

Reviews from Goodreads: “Hardy is real and adorable. Eli is a real trip and Jay and Wyatt are all out sexy. I thought Hardy’s — how do you say – obsession? with his father was oddly tantalizing…I would love to … Continue reading

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