It’s so nice to finally have a working keyboard again. My typing is erratic enough but to try and communicate with no N, H or F made posting anything such a chore I really didn’t have the heart to bother. Time, I think, for an update.
I’m taking part in the Equal Rights Blog Hop hosted by Queer Town Abbey, which will be running until Sunday 7th. You can find my post here and the main blog hop list here. Comment to my post and you might win a $10 GC. Don’t forget to add your email address because then it will be put in the draw for one of the super prizes from the hop organisers. Look at the list of authors! I feel privileged to be in such company. Also a big thank you to Tara Lain and Michael Joseph, both of who reminded me that I had signed up. Between the keyboard issues and my creative filing of my diary down the back of the sofa, it had completely slipped my mind.
I have a guest today – Dean Pace-Frech whose very first novel, a historical set just after the American Civil War is released today from Musa Publishing. The post is here and I’m hoping that he’ll be a Comfy Chair guest sometime next week.
The Comfy Chair will be in use before then – Vicktor Alexander, author of the Tate Pack series of novels and novellas, will be answering my questions and sharing not one but two excerpts here tomorrow AND he’s doing a giveaway so don’t forget to check back.
Tomorrow I’ll be doing my weekly Seductive Studs and Sirens post with a recommendation from someone’s back catalogue. I haven’t picked which book – I often don’t until I sit down to type the post up so that will be a surprise for me too.
And finally, today I’m a guest on Brandon Shire’s blog talking about 18th century street lighting, homelessness and a terrific British LGBT youth charity – the Albert Kennedy Trust.