(Photo credit: Owestry Town Museum) An amazing cache of WWII love letters has been found, between a soldier named Gilbert Bradley, and his sweetheart, Gordon Bowsher. You can read about it at BBC & at NewNowNext There are over 300 letters between the two. The person who happened upon the first few thought they were simply… Continue reading “There is a gay history and it isn’t always negative and tearful”
I, for one, have been thrown for a loop — actually, I take that back; that’s not enough. I feel like a great many of us have been thrown under a speeding train. I am so tempted, so very very tempted, to stoop to the level of this election, of the people who have elected… Continue reading My friends, we will Live & Love, Defiantly
Currently ranking as#180,945 on the Literature & Fiction>Genre Fiction list, and #20, 376 in the Gay & Lesbian fiction best seller list!!! Now, that might seem ludicrous to be happy that one’s book is #20,376 on any list, but when one considers how many possible entries on that list (over 2 million!), 20,376 seems quite… Continue reading Right Here Waiting is back on TWO of Amazon Best Sellers lists!
The Bookish Raven has written a wonderful review of my book, Right Here Waiting. “Right Here Waiting is a heart-warming story about two men loving each other fiercely even when they’re thousands of miles apart while one of them fights in WWII. It’s such a beautiful story – even if it did rip my heart out a… Continue reading Another FIVE STAR review for Right Here Waiting!!
I’m so honored and delighted to find that Right Here Waiting has been added to two lists on Goodreads! Best M/M Historical Romance of 2015 and Best Gay Romance In Times Of War I’m well aware of sometimes friction-laden relationship between authors and readers on Goodreads, and I do not want to wade anywhere near those waters.… Continue reading Right Here Waiting has been added to two great lists on Goodreads!
A month after its release, Right Here Waiting, is back up to #16 on Amazon’s 20th Century Hot New Releases list. Now, I realize that all the Amazon lists change every hour, and are compiled by a complex string of algorithms and things that are top secret and likely based on book sales, the angle of… Continue reading
A. I think it’s both right and important. I think it’s impossible to write competently about something that you know absolutely nothing about. There’s always an element of your reality, or a fragment of yourself in anything you write. It doesn’t mean that every single character is an exact copy of yourself, or that you… Continue reading Q. People say write what you know. Do you think that is right or even important?