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J.L. Merrow
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JohnJacobson
June 30 2015

First Look: J.L. Merrow’s Played! (June 30, 2015)

J.L. Merrow Played! (Shamwell Tales #2) Samhain Publishing / June 30, 2015 / $14.99 print, $4.99 digital All the world's a stage...but real-life lessons are hidden in the heart. The...
willaful
June 23 2015

Play Ball! Male/Male Best Bets for June 2015

Summertime, and the living is... not so easy for m/m romance couples, many of whom seem to be stuck in the closet. But there's still plenty of summer fun to be had with theater, baseball, horseback...
willaful
March 31 2015

What Happens Next?!: Male/Male Best Bets for March 2015

March is the month for m/m lovers to get lots of new books in their favorite series, and for me to realize how terribly behind in my series reading I am. Fortunately, there are also some new series...
willaful
October 29 2014

Something For Everyone: Male/Male Romance for October 2014

October has been designated Queer Romance Month, so it seemed like a perfect time to start a monthly m/m round-up. The slogan of Queer Romance Month is “because love is not a subgenre,”...
KateRothwell
May 15 2014

Your Hero Does What for a Living? Five of the Least Romantic Professions

Once long ago, an editor at a conference said she couldn’t picture a day care provider as a hero. Her off-hand remark is part of the reason my next book (out in July) features a hero who works...
VictoriaJanssen
February 10 2014

First Look: JL Merrow’s It’s All Geek to Me (February 10, 2014)

JL Merrow It's All Geek to Me Riptide / February 10, 2014 / $2.99 digital Jez is on a mission of mercy: to replace a tragically deceased comic book for his injured best mate, Tel. Venturing...
Brie.Clem
April 12 2013

The Boys are Back in Town: An Introduction to Male/Male Romance

The reasons why so many enjoy male/male romance are diverse, and it's not possible for one person to presume to know or understand them all. The obvious reason is that, because we’re talking...