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Dec
26

Blog Tour & Giveaway: Iron & Velvet

Blog Tour & Giveaway: Iron & Velvet Hello, and welcome to my second ever blog tour, celebrating Riptide Publishing’s release of my second ever novel, IRON & VELVET. Yay!  Thank you so much to That’s What I’m Talking About for hosting me. And, to you, dear reader, for stopping by. If you’d like to come with me and keep me company on my virtual wanderings, you can find a full listing of when and where I am here. There’s also some kind of contest type thing happening.  I had a bit of trouble choosing a prize for this one because most of the things Kate likes (booze, cigarettes, knives, women) are illegal to ship internationally. I...
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Dec
24

Review: Iron & Velvet by Alexis Hall

Review: Iron & Velvet by Alexis Hall Iron & Velvet Author: Alexis Hall Reviewer: B. Rating: A What I’m Talking About: There’s one thing that can be said for certain about Kate Kane: she does not date vampires. Well, she tries not to date vampires. Except for the Prince of Cups, who’s managed to win Kate over with her bribes of pudding and the phenomenal sex that Kate’s not really interested in resisting. Hired to investigate a murder perpetrated outside a nightclub belonging to said Prince, she quickly learns that this case is going to get messy fast—and not the figurative sort of messy, either. As a mostly-mortal faery princess with a drinking problem and a...
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Nov
13

Blog Tour & Review: Shock & Awe by Abigail Roux (plus Giveaway!)

Blog Tour & Review: Shock & Awe by Abigail Roux (plus Giveaway!) Shock & Awe (and Bait & Switch) Author: Abigail Roux  Reviewer: B. Rating: A+, 5 Stars What I’m Talking About: Born of an anti-smoking campaign, a healthy dose of serendipitous chemistry, and a contest bribe, Shock & Awe is, in my experience, one of the best gifts of writing an author has ever given to the fans. This offshoot of the Cut & Run series shouldn’t exist (I recommend looking up the chain of events if you don’t already know it—it’s a fun chain of events), but, thankfully, now does. Kelly wasn’t supposed to survive the events of Touch & Geaux, and Ms. Roux had other plans for Nick....
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Oct
23

Blog Tour: Bump in the Night featuring Peter Hensen

Blog Tour: Bump in the Night featuring Peter Hensen Today I welcome Peter Hensen to That’s What I’m Talking About. He’s here to tell us more about his story, Sleeping With Ghosts, which is part of the Bump in the Night anthology. Hello there, I’m Peter Hensen and welcome to the Bump in the Night blog tour. Bump in the Night is a dark erotica anthology edited by Rachel Haimowitz and featuring my story “Sleeping With Ghosts.” What the Grimmpunk?It seems like everything’s a -punk these days. As a child of the late eighties, I missed the meat of the original punk movement, but I’m lucky enough to live in an era where cyperpunk, steampunk, and even dieselpunk are alive and well....
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Oct
22

Review: Wallflower by Heidi Belleau

Review: Wallflower by Heidi Belleau Wallflower Author: Heidi Belleau Reviewer: B. Rating: 4 Stars What I’m Talking About: Robert Ng fully accepts what he is: a shy, gay, nerdy gamer and art student who has always felt eclipsed by the shimmering, magnetic personality of his beloved older sister. But, the somewhat self-imposed isolation of his youth has turned into loneliness and an earnest desire to be someone that others are naturally drawn to. The only time he feels strong, confident, and desirable is when he’s playing as Bobby: the only female, orc-slaying member of an online RPG guild, who is not only accepted by her peers, but is the subject of their flirtations as...
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Oct
22

Blog Tour & Giveaway: Wallflower by Heidi Belleau

Blog Tour & Giveaway: Wallflower by Heidi Belleau Today I’m pleased to introduce to you m/m romance author Heidi Belleau. Her latest title, Wallflower is out and available for purchase. Please welcome Heidi to That’s What I’m Talking About. Hello hello! I’m Heidi Belleau, and all week I’m touring the interwebs promoting my new novel Wallflower, which is book two of my New Adult m/m series Rear Entrance Video, all about a group of roommates working at a seedy porn store. Every day this week I’ll be stopping by different blogs with new tidbits, behind-the-scenes info, and of course a contest! Read on! Five Questions from Sam Schooler Today on the tour, my friend and co-writer Sam Schooler, who...
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Oct
10

Review: Catch a Ghost by SE Jakes

Review: Catch a Ghost by SE Jakes Catch A Ghost Author: SE Jakes  Reviewer: B. Rating: A, 4.5 Stars What I’m Talking About: To begin with, I really liked Catch a Ghost. A lot. There were so many things that I liked equally about it, in fact, that I’m not sure where to begin. This story hit every button I’ve got: good writing, complex characters that get under your skin, lots of action, suspense, angst, a little romance, and so on. As a “sub-series” within an established universe (Extreme Escapes Limited), I’m hopeful that the two main characters, Prophet and Tommy, will have plenty of room to stretch and flesh out the parameters of their relationship,...
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Sep
25

Author Guest Post & Giveaway: Andrea Speed

Author Guest Post & Giveaway: Andrea Speed Andrea Speed joins me today at That’s What I’m Talking About to tell us about her new title, Strange Angels. She is also giving away a digital copy of Prey (Infected #1) to one lucky commenter. Keep reading for details, and please help me welcome Andrea… The next in my series of interviews with characters in my latest book, Strange Angels, I talk with Balor, a Celtic death god. He’s … unusual. I can’t stress that enough. Andrea: Thanks for talking with me. Balor: I have no idea why you want to talk to me. I don’t really play much of a part in this story. Andrea: Wow. You’re...
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Aug
28

Author Guest Post & Giveaway: Alexis Hall

Author Guest Post & Giveaway: Alexis Hall Today I am pleased to bring you debut author Alexis Hall. Alexis was born in the early 1980s and still thinks the 21st century is the future. To this day, he feels cheated that he lived through a fin de siècle but inexplicably failed to drink a single glass of absinthe, dance with a single courtesan, or stay in a single garret. He can neither cook nor sing, but he can handle a 17th century smallsword, punts from the proper end, and knows how to hotwire a car. He lives in southeast England, with no cats and no children, and fully intends to keep it that way. You can...
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Aug
22

Review: Glitterland by Alexis Hall

Review: Glitterland by Alexis Hall Glitterland Author: Alexis Hall  Reviewer: B. Rating: A, 4.5 Stars What I’m Talking About: Trapped between the madness that is perpetually roiling beneath the surface of his skin, and the guilt he feels over the burden he’s become to those who still attempt to care about him, Ash Winters can’t exactly be described as “healthy,” or “well.” But, when a spray-tanned, metallic-swathed vision on the dance floor shows him the first real spark of life he’s felt in entirely too long, Ash can’t help himself—he has to have him. At least for an hour or two. When that small taste turns into a craving for more, however, Ash will...
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