Hey Guys! Having fun so far with your summer activities? Maybe you could give some of us ideas of things to do in the heat as we wilt. I would welcome your suggestions as I’m sure would a lot of other regulars on the site. The best idea wins a free ebook of your choice – the Friday Guys will be the judges.
Sometime later this week I’ll be posting our latest site statistics which Christian assures me is no reason for me to slit my wrists. Whatever does he mean?
Coming up later this month is Nicole Kimberling’s regular post and this one is called If It Looks Like a Duck. I’m sure you can’t wait to find out what it’s all about – I know but I’m not telling.
On the weekend the following reviews were posted: Olives for the Stranger by Neil Plakcy reviewed by Feliz; Sidecar by Amy Lane reviewed by Jeayci; Split by Mel Bossa reviewed by Sirius; Countdown to Daddies by K-lee Klein reviewed by Sammy.
Free Books This Week
4 rare paperback copies of Muffled Drum by Erastes
After Ben by Con Riley – Dreamspinner Press
The Last Concubine by Catt Ford – Dreamspinner Press
Phoenix Rising by Theo Fenraven – Dreamspinner Press
Graceland by Ally Blue – Samhain Publishing
Sin and Salvation by Laura Baumbach – MLR Press
All My Crimes by Tal Valante – Riptide Publishing
Reviews This Week
Larissa: The Cajun’s Pet by Jana Downs; Abandoned by Silvia Violet
Andrea: Rock Hard by Vona Logan
Jenre: Love Means… Renewal by Andrew Grey
Lady M: A Fresh Set of Eyes by Liz Strange
Cryselle: XBar by Michele Montgomery; Top Mark by Graeme Aitken
Sammy: Play It Again Charlie by R. Cooper; Bareback: A Wolf’s Tale by Joshua Skye
Feliz: Olives for the Stranger by Neil Plakcy
Raine: Acrobat by Mary Calmes
Sirius: Vindaloo and the T-Bird by Sarah Black; Fadeout by Joseph Hansen
Jeayci: Sidecar by Amy Lane
Wave: Inside the Beltway by Ellen Holiday
The Friday Guys are back and they couldn’t be happier.
Till next week, that’s a wrap.