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.
"At least you love me." I say to my pet as I hold them against my chest as they try to get away
Instead of calling it the natural and organic community let’s call it the anti-science panic merchant community.
Natural =/= safe and good, synthetic =/= dangerous and bad.
'Chemical free' is a fictional state.
Oxygen is carcinogenic.
Title: The Witch and the Egg
Description: Decades ago, in a moment of despair, he summoned a witch. Offered a choice, the witch presented a gift for him in the form of an egg. He could either accept the witch’s offer or suffer. But Ide refused the witch’s gift and was cursed, fleeing to Castle Gantor, home to the Kingdom of Balen’s misfits. There he lived in seclusion and worked to hide his identity from those closest to him. But after a trade mission from the North returns, bearing with it rumors of witch haunting the Hydlevale, Ide’s life begins to unravel as the curse comes to fulfillment.
Author’s Note: This a preview, so it will be replaced with the full story in the future and is subject to change.
This is my shout out for a beta. I know I’ve got slash lovers in my follows, so. It’s m/m dark fantasy (with happy ending). I wanted ask peeps I knew before contacting a random person. Also, if you don’t know (because I didn’t) a beta reader is someone who reads over the story and tells the author what works or what doesn’t, and tries to help improve. Not quite like an editor (I guess?), yeah.
Also, suggestions for a better summary are always appreciated. I don’t fee like it captures the story, so I’m actually going to work on that more today.
from Pages Ain’t Nothing But a Number (or, Let’s All Stop Judging People By How Much They Read) by Jill Guccini (via bookriot)