I was a bit premature with my cover announcement, folks. 🙂 Here is the new one – or new to me one:
Someone obviously wants a Bonio!
So, now instead of lowering the tone for Tara Lain and A C Fox, I’ll be doing it for Tristram La Roche, Kiran Hunter, Dianne Hartsock, and Renee George. 🙂 sorry guys.
I’ve had a chance to read the anthology now and I think there’s a bit of something to suit every one. I have no official blurbs to share yet but in these stories grief and love are inextricably entwined, Halloween funtimes can get very serious, clearing an old attic can be a thing of horror, a step between worlds may find ecstasy, and echoes of the past resound in the present.
If you like your Halloweeny fiction spiced – from a gentle sprinkle of cinnamon to OMG vindaloo – you can get the book from all the regular etailers from tomorrow. I’ll probably post about it again then too BUT the shameless self promotion is over for today, you’ll be pleased to hear.
Another announcement: I’m getting back into doing regular author interviews, with the historical ones cross-posted to Speak Its Name. If you are an author of LGBTQTA related fiction, or non-fiction, or mainstream work with a significant presence of LGBTQTA characters and you fancy being interviewed let me know, ‘kay?
So far on my list: Elliott Mackle, Charlie Cochrane, Tristram La Roche, Theo Fenraven, Charlie Cochet and B G Thomas.
Watch this space, or one very like it, for news.