Brynn Paulin (and Bronwyn Green) for pointing out that my newest blog version wasn't loading right on the Firefox browser. Thanks to Brynn's generosity with html code, I'm now (hopefully!) working right across browsers.
I'm also very appreciative of my wonderful friend and beta Ava March for taking me seriously this week when I was kvetching about my lack of enthusiasm about my WIP, answering me honestly when I asked for her opinion, and offering up enthusiasm when I finally got it right!
Speaking of Bronwyn Green, she was one of the first to read A Pint Light, and has been relentless in asking for Killian's story...see paragraph above....it is finally on track, and thanks, Bron, for keeping me motivated!
One last thank you, although I'm tempted to just keep going and find some reason to thank everyone in my life! My bud Patric Michael, who although he has so much on his plate of life-altering import, always manages to find time to check in and keep me sane.
Onward and upward...to Silver & Gold. So glad people are finally getting to read Geoff and Abe.
My very first one was by Eyre, and boy she was right out of the gate. A lovely review, plus a 5 out of 5 star rating on Goodreads. Thank you, Eyre!
The latest one was at Dark Divas Reviews, who gave it 4 & 1/2 delightful divas and a very nice review. Thanks to Kathy at DDR!
Ok, one more thank you, to Shawn Lane for helping me 'find' Geoff's and Abe's names! :)
Here is the blurb for Silver & Gold for those of you who haven't yet read it:
Geoff Radcliffe is having a mid-life crisis just in time for the holidays. He goes into a tailspin after hearing from his first love, picks up a stranger who locks him out of the house in nothing but his pants, and then he gets up the courage to go get rid of his grey, and the colorist refuses to 'do' Geoff's hair!
But Abe Golden, thrilled that the hunky silver-tipped guy has admitted he's gay, does 'do' him, taking him home for the hottest night of Geoff's life. After three heavenly days of smoking hot sex, Abe has done the unimaginable: he's fallen in love. And when he finds out that Geoff has been using him to practice for another man, Abe is at first heartbroken... and then he plots how to show Geoff the value of combining silver and gold.
Walt Whitman (May 31, 1819 - March 26, 1892)
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