Join Prism Book Alliance® as Sue Brown goes Outside the Margins today.
I went to the UK Meet a couple of weeks ago, and it was full of authors, readers, bloggers and publishers doing a profoundly unnatural thing – talking – to people. The rooms were filled with chattering and laughing.
You may think this is a convention – that’s what is supposed to happen. Ah yes, but before every convention there are a flurry of posts from people talking about how shy they are and how difficult they find it to mix with others, because writing and reading is a solitary occupation. Then they come to a convention and find people who don’t think they have two heads for writing/reading LGBT fiction of whatever variety and they can take a deep breath, relax and mingle. For a couple of days it’s all kinds of awesome. Then they go home with new friendships and that book(s) they’re dying to read.
I love meeting everyone at the cons and I’m not so much shy as I like my own company. As a writer I find it extremely difficult to work with other people around. If I need to talk to people I get on Facebook but a lot of time I’m content to work with only the sound of my mutts snoring.
Over the past few months my kids have been on extended school holidays. Since mid-way through May one or both of them has invaded my working space. For instance one moment my brain can be occupied with an action scene and the next I’m distracted by my daughter bouncing next to me to talk to the dog.
Now my son is back at school and my daughter is looking for a job. She’s better find it quick, that’s all I can say. This writer needs her space back.
Title: Frankie & Friends
Author: Sue Brown
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication Date: 09/09/2015
Cover Artist: Paul Richmond
Genre: M/M Romance
Frankie & Al
Dumped by his boyfriend, Frankie Mason gets totally trashed and ends his night by falling in front of a taxi. He’s rescued by a man with beautiful green eyes who takes care of him until he’s put into an ambulance, but Frankie fails to get the man’s number. A few days later, he’s dragged out to a club only to be saved by Green Eyes again. This time, he isn’t letting the man go.
Ed & Marchant
Ed is miserable in life and at work, until he meets Marchant Belarus. Marchant, the owner of a BDSM club, realizes Ed is a closeted sub. Marchant tries to draw Ed out of his shell, but nothing helps until he discovers Ed’s secret love of dancing—a forbidden passion that might be the key to unlocking the confident, secure man Ed could be.
Anthony & Leo
Tony is unhappy at not having found a Dom of his own. He thinks he’s too big, too old, and too hairy—until he meets funny, toppy Leo, who also sells sex toys. When tragedy strikes and Leo offers his support, Tony believes Leo is the Dom he’s been looking for… until he catches him kissing another man.
About Sue Brown
Sue Brown is owned by her dog and two children. When she isn’t following their orders, she can be found plotting at her laptop. In fact she hides so she can plot and has got expert at ignoring the orders.
Sue discovered M/M erotica at the time she woke up to find two men kissing on her favourite television series. The kissing was hot and tender and Sue wanted to write about this men. She may be late to the party, but she’s made up for it since, writing fan fiction until she was brave enough to venture out into the world of original fiction.
Sue’s internet links
I have a number of paperbacks, most of which are signed, to giveaway. Over the between now (11 Mar 2017) and 31 Mar 2017, every comment on the blog (this post and all other new posts), will be entered to win 1 of these paperbacks. There are also some misc swag items, so there will be a few packs of these to give away as well.
Thank you so much for your support over the last 4 years. Prism will be closing its doors on 1 April 2017. All content will remain available, but no new content will appear after 31 Mar 2017. As such all request forms have been turned off. Again Thank you,
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