Co-founder and editor in chief of Less Than Three Press, LLC, a publisher of LGBTQ romance.

This blog is mostly what I get up to outside of my work at LT3, though you'll see mentions of that from time to time.



Fairy-tale Treehouse Hovers Amid Cherry Blossom Trees by Terunobu Fujimori | via

This fairy-tale treehouse in Hokuto, Japan is supported by a single cypress trunk and surrounded by a bevy of cherry blossom trees. Built by architect Terunobu Fujimori for the Kiyoharu Shirakaba Museum, the charming treehouse is actually a Japanese teahouse that was built specifically for enjoying the cherry blossoms in full bloom. Fujimori designed the unique, one-legged structure to be sturdy enough to sway with the tree during stormy weather and through earthquakes. As you can see by the interior shot of the teahouse, though the outside is all fantasy, the inside is left both simple and modern.

Architect Terunobu Fujimori is known for his surreal structures which he creates using mostly natural materials like wood and stone. As Phaidon states, “In a pioneering professional career now spanning 20 years, the architect has produced two-legged teahouses suspended 20 metres above the ground; homes whose chimneys are planted with pines and whose roofs are covered in leeks and chives; and guesthouses that perch precariously atop small segments of white wall.”

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Lions, tigers and bears: British photographer Jonathan Griffiths’ close encounters of the furry kind.

I love how all of them but the tiger are looking all fierce and majestic and implacable, and the tiger is all “SNOW! Guys, it’s snowing! I love snow!”



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April 20 and 21 only, celebrate Earth Day with Riptide Publishing and All Romance Ebooks by grabbing a FREE copy of Frat Boy & Toppy, Book 1 in the hilarious new adult romantic comedy series Theta Alpha Gamma!

RT Book Reviews calls Frat Boy & Toppy a “delightfully steamy m/m romance … An engaging storyline and witty dialogue will have readers laughing and wanting more …

Some blurbage for you:

Brad is great at meeting other people’s expectations. But his own? Not so much. Take the gay thing. Okay, so yeah. It took a morning meeting with a frat brother’s hairy, naked ass for him to admit it, but he knows the truth about himself now. Let the gay life commence.

Unfortunately, it’s not that easy. He hasn’t quite determined how to come out to anyone, even Sebastian, the geeky-hot TA in his history class. Sebastian is everything Brad is not. Intellectual, suave, hairy. Out. And he doesn’t seem interested in Brad, even when Brad makes a fool of himself trying to catch his notice.

Score one for foolery: Sebastian does more than notice Brad; he takes him to bed. Brad’s been with plenty of girls, but with Sebastian, the sex is something else entirely—hot, mind-blowing, affirming, and a little domineering in a way that drives him wild. But when great sex turns into something more—dare he admit the “L” word?—Brad must face the crushing realization that Sebastian doesn’t feel the same. Unless, of course, he does. After all, even grad students can be idiots about matters of the heart.

Free at ARe through 4/21.

This whole series makes me stupidly, ridiculously happy. And Anne is an amazing person. Go get your copy! 

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If there’s a prize for rotten judgement, I guess I’ve already won that.

If there’s a prize for best Disney song this made the top five.

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Steve Rogers taking off his helmet is a sexual experience. His helmet hair is enough of a turn on, but my sexual orientation is Steve speaking French.


Standardized Metro Maps Around the World (by Jug Cerovic)

French-Serbian architect Jug Cerovic has standardized international subway maps with INAT, a guideline developed to unify the global metro network with easy to read and memorize charts. Each city’s center is enlarged, to make room for the multiplicity of lines and connecting stations. A standard set of symbols is applied to each map including the line colors, stations, connections and station labeling. Angles are gently curved for a smooth familiar look and linear paths are represented vertically, horizontally, or 45, with no more than 5 bends on their entire length. Highly representative shapes are used for specific ubran features: a ring for Moscow and Paris, a parallelogram for London, and regularly spaced parallel lines for gridded street patterns like new York. All text is labelled in both local and latin characters and are legible on small sized prints for pocket use and suitable for display on a wide array of supports.