Coming Up This Week August 19

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This week should be a lot of fun starting with an update on the UK Meet 2012 by Josephine Myles which will be live on Tuesday, August 21st.

I’m thinking of writing a post this week, some call them rants :) to get your blood boiling (does blood boil?) However that depends on how backlogged my reviews are.

Don’t forget to cast your vote on the post Readers: How Do You Like Your M/M Romance.

Next month I’m interviewing Kaje Harper. Later today I’ll ask you to come up with questions for Kaje if you’re a fan of her books or even if you just want to find out a little more about Kaje.

Last night I wrote a post about a non-fiction book that will be released by MLR Press called Why Straight Women Love Gay Romance. This is author Geoffrey Knight’s brilliant idea – kudos to Geoff. The ebook will be available September 7 and the print book a couple weeks later. The introduction is by Suzanne Brockmann author of the Troubleshooters series that many of you love. I have linked the post in case you’re interested in buying this book when it’s available.

This weekend the following reviews were posted. Please check them out if you haven’t seen them: Earthly Desires by Keira Andrews and Leta Blake reviewed by Jeayci; Italian Ice by E.M. Lynley reviewed by Cryselle; Alaska Hunt by Shelter Somerset reviewed by Sirius; The Square Peg by Jane Davitt & Alexa Snow was reviewed by Lasha; and Need You Now by Mercy Celeste reviewed by Sammy.

Free Books This Week

Theory of Attraction by Cleon Lee
But My Boyfriend Is by K.A. Mitchell – Samhain Publishing
Broken Silence by Jade Buchanan – MLR Press
Campus Visit by Stella Huerto – Dreamspinner Press
Snow on the Mountain by P.D. Singer – Dreamspinner Press
Beneath The Surface by Kate Sherwood – Dreamspinner Press
Fraternal Devotion (anthology) – Storm Moon Press

Reviews This Week

Jenre: Zero to 165 by A.R. Moler
Sammy: Doubtless by Cat Grant; Angel’s Evolution by T.A. Chase
Andrea: A Better Man by R.J. Scott and Jamie Reese
Feliz: Little Squirrels Can Climb Big Trees by Michael Murphy
Lasha: Soldier Mine by Amber Kell
Jeayci: Earthly Desires by Keira Andrews and Leta Blake
Raine: River Walks by K.C. Kendricks
Sirius: The End Game by Jennifer Brooks; Man*hattan Fairy Tale by Philip Higgins
Cryselle: The Wrong Impression by James Ryder; Almost Paradise by Caitlin Ricci
Wave: Inside The Beltway by Ellen Holiday (delayed from last week); Beginnings & Ends by Suzanne Brockmann; Love, Hypothetically by Anne Tenino;

The Friday Guys are still throwing brickbats at me. :mad: I have no idea what I have done to incur their wrath. :) Anyhow, they have consented to be back this week. Do you think they are looking for a raise in pay? :lol:Dealing with the help is the pits. :wallbash:

Till next week that’s a wrap.

11 thoughts on “Coming Up This Week August 19

  1. Hunter Frost

    Um…I think the photograph used on this post is THE hottest thing I’ve seen in a long time… :eek:

  2. Reggie

    Wow, what a busy week. Look at all those reviews!

    If the Boyz decide to picket your house, Christian will need to run Skype Feed for us!! :forit: :popcorn:

    1. Wave Post author

      It seems that part of the problem is that they don’t think they get enough respect. RESPECT?? :shock: Who do they think they are? :???: If there’s any picketing I will lasso the whole lot of them together. :againstit: :whip:

      1. Majken

        Respect? It’s not enough we ogle them anymore? Oh well, I’ll try to ogle them respectfully, that good enough?

  3. Cryselle

    I will deal with the Friday Guys; I think I can get them to agree to almost anything with a pan of raspberry brownies. I’ve solved whole strikes with a couple of batches.

    1. Wave Post author

      Raspberry brownies? Now why didn’t I ever think of that? :idea: I know, ‘coz I can’t bake (or cook) :lol:

      I’m so glad everyone is having fun with the Friday Guys. Maybe next week we’ll try the Hot Tub Guys. :evil:

  4. larissa

    Woa, now that pictures is hot!

    Damn I’m behind on everything! Because of the weather I’m outside more than behind the computer. Must catch up! But it’s all looking good!

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