Thursday, 28 September 2017

London Dates (vol 1-5) by Brad Tanner



207 pages
Publisher: Velvet Cucumber
Buy links: Amazon US | Amazon UK

Blurb

London Dates is an MM erotic romance novel, which consists of five parts: 

1.    First Wound – young Castor arrives in London and his first romantic experience.

2.    A Man in Budgie Smugglers – that steamy weekend, Castor learns that sex can be good as just sex.

3.    Sex in the Cave – Castor goes to Edinburgh for Christmas where many surprises await, including a cave where naughty things can happen.

4.    Sputnik 2 Love – back to London, back to studies – but no, Castor isn’t falling for a fellow student, a young Russian poet called Alyosha.

5.    A Million Dollar Man – not knowing if his love is mutual is one thing, now Castor has to battle other obstacles on his path to conquer Alyosha’s heart.

London Dates is a light, emotional and humorous coming-of-age LGBT story set in London.

Review

I have to say it is very appropriate that London Dates has been published in the form of five separate parts seeing how they deal with five different stages in Castor’s coming of age / growing up process.

When Castor first arrives in London to start his studies, it is his first time away from home and his first time being attracted to / falling for another man. He meets Mike when he gets off the bus from Edinburgh and the attraction is instant and mutual. Mike is basically Castor’s first when it comes to everything related to intimacy and sex, so it’s hardly surprising that Castor falls hard and fast. Neither is surprising that he’s devastated when it appears Mike might not feel quite as deeply or be as loyal as Castor does. Thank goodness for Violet, the caretaker in his dorm who takes Castor under his wing right from the moment they first meet and provides both entertainment and moral support when he (and the reader) most needs it.

The subsequent stories take Castor’s journey further. A hook-up with a very sexy Australian in a leisure centre teaches him that attraction doesn’t necessarily have to mean deep feelings or commitment, while his trip to Edinburgh forces him to grow up fast when his parents share shocking news. A hook-up with a somewhat older man is just the distraction Castor needs to deal with what could have been a ruined Christmas.

“His lips soothe my past and future wounds.”

Everything changes when Castor first sets eyes on Alyosha, a fellow student. Castor falls head over heels and hard despite the fact that he has no idea whether or not the beautiful Russian youngster is attracted to men or returns his feelings. And when Castor at last gets what (or should I say who) he’s been longing for, it turns out there are those who would put obstacles in the way of young love. Having to stand up to the world at large is either going to bring the two young men closer together or tear them apart.

This is a charming, humorous, and touching coming of age story. Castor is absolutely adorable. He feels with all his being and he fully embraces every new experience he encounters. This is a story about growing up and young love and as such the characters experience everything profoundly. Castor’s love, when he first experiences it, is all or nothing just as his loyalty knows no bounds.

While this is basically a light-hearted coming of age tale, it doesn’t shy away from touching on heavier topics, such as the Russian attitude towards gay relationships. Personally I found this to be a comfortable balance between easy reading and thought-provoking. I also appreciated the fact that this book is almost (but not quite) angst-free.

Long story short, I thoroughly enjoyed this story and will most definitely read more by Brad Tanner.

“He straightens my bowtie and this is the moment I think I’ll always remember. It’s a first time you notice someone you love is looking after you.”



Stone Cold (SoulShares #8) by Rory Ni Coileain - Release Blitz




Title: STONE COLD

Series: SoulShares (#8 of 9)

Release Date: September 28, 2017 (the good Lord willing and the creek don’t rise)

Publisher:  Riverdale Avenue Books

Cover Artist:  Insatiable Fantasy Designs, Inc.


Blurb:  

Maelduin Guaire is a Fae with a mission. An obsession, really. He’s trained his entire life to become the greatest scian-damhsa, blade-dancer, the Fae have ever known, for the sole purpose of killing the blade-dancer who murdered his father and gave House Guaire its reputation as the Cursed House. Now he’s followed Tiernan Guaire through the Pattern to the human world, to fulfill his oath or die trying... but the passage cost him all his skill with a blade.

Terry Miller, Josh LaFontaine’s business partner at Raging Art-On Tattoo and Piercing Parlor, has the worst luck with men since... well, since ever, as far as he’s concerned. Years ago, he walked out on a great thing with Josh, when Bryce Newhouse offered to play sugar daddy for Terry’s ballet company; then Bryce kicked him to the curb, and Terry ended up relying on big-hearted Josh to help him get back on his feet. And now a too-good-to-be-true stranger has turned up in Terry’s half-built dance studio, with a beautiful sword and a bloody nose.

In order to regain the grace and skill he needs to keep his vow, a Fae cursed with the inability to love must SoulShare with a human convinced that love runs screaming when it sees him coming. All with the Marfach looking over their shoulders. No pressure...

Buy links: Publisher | Amazon

Excerpt

“Sorry about the mess.” It was dark within, or at least Maelduin supposed it would seem so to human eyes; then Terry touched a spot on the wall, and light sprang up, revealing…
A ‘mess,’ apparently. Clothing was strewn over the main room’s furnishings and floor, sacks made of paper and small white boxes were piled on a small low table, and dishes were piled in a basin in a separate tiled area to one side that he thought might be a kitchen even though it lacked anything resembling a fireplace.
But Maelduin scarcely noticed the ‘mess,’ because the walls were breathtaking. Terry’s walls were covered with images of human males, and Maelduin felt an actual physical ache in his chest at their beauty. Males in clothing as tight as a second skin, captured at the height of prodigious leaps, or in balances so exquisite as to be impossible without magickal aid, or so he would have thought. Poetry, given human form.
And several of the images were Terry. A younger version of Terry in chalk-white makeup and some sort of military-looking uniform with a red blazon on its breast, caught at the top of the arc of an amazing leap. Another, draped in white and his thicket of curls cut short, on one knee and playing some sort of musical instrument. And today’s Terry, in an elegant doublet that would have allowed him to blend in anywhere in the Realm, wearing tights leaving almost nothing to the imagination, cradling a rose in one hand and looking up at what appeared to be a balcony.
Maelduin rested a hand on the frame encasing the image. I want to be on that balcony, looking down.
Where had that thought come from?
“You like Romeo?” Terry turned from where he was hanging his jacket in a garderobe. His smile was sweet, even shy. “I loved that role, so much—that picture’s from when I was dancing with the Brooklyn Ballet. Before I started Trock Bottom.”
The human had spoken of ‘Trock Bottom’ before, trying to put Maelduin at ease. Maelduin suspected the name was supposed to be a play on words, Unfortunately, his new language gift was no help at all with puns, so he would ignore them and get on with the work he was here to do. The work of self-preservation. Although it was something of a shame that he had no real use for the human’s sweet shyness.
“I like Romeo. Very much.” Maelduin smiled as Terry came up beside him. But Maelduin had never been shy—never known a Fae who was—and his smile had a purpose. His hand brushed Terry’s arm, and magick arced from Fae to human, a subtle pattern of light, flaring where it touched. “He is you.”
“I’m… just a dancer.” Terry stared at the place where Maelduin had touched him, almost as if he could see the magick. His breathing was uneven, and he caught his lower lip between his teeth in a way Maelduin found quite fetching. “Not Romeo.”
Maelduin’s gift showed him a little of what the name meant. He had heard no human word, during his hell-ride, expressing the sense of the Faen word trag√≥d’mhan, a dramatic form dealing with the unfortunate complications arising from the improper expression of desire. But he would make do with the words he had.
“If you were Romeo, I would let you love me.”
“Oh, God…”
Terry’s whisper was like a flame to tinder; there was no seducing another without opening up oneself to the same magick. Slowly, holding the human’s gaze, Maelduin worked his fingers into Terry’s curls, brushed his thumb along one sharp cheekbone, bent his head until he breathed in Terry’s every panting breath. “Please…” It was a word that mattered to humans, he had learned that much from his unwitting tutors. Perhaps a magick word, if humans still believed in magick.
          And whether humans believed or not, there was magick here, seething below the skin of human and Fae. Maelduin would wonder about it. Later. After he had done what was necessary.

Author bio

Rory Ni Coileain majored in creative writing, back when Respectable Colleges didn't offer such a major, so she designed it herself - being careful to ensure that she never had to take a class before nine in the morning or take a Hemingway survey course. (As a result, she was not introduced to Hemingway kitties until comparatively recently, and is now owned by one, given that nobody warned her.) 

She graduated Phi Beta Kappa at the age of nineteen, sent off her first short story to an anthology being assembled by an author she idolized, got the kind of rejection letter that puts therapists' kids through college, and found other things to do, such as nightclub singing and volunteering as a lawyer with Gay Men's Health Crisis, for the next thirty years or so, until her stories started whispering to her. 

Now she's a legal editor, an Associate member of the Order of Julian of Norwich, and amanuensis to a host of fantastic creatures who are all anxious to tell their stories. And who aren't very good at waiting their turns.


Twitter: @RoryNi

 


Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Deeds & Confetti (Mary’s Boys #4) by Brandon Witt


118 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Blurb

Steven Conley loves the excitement of owning his own Hamburger Mary’s restaurant in Denver, Colorado, and his chosen family of coworkers makes life even better. Steven never regretted leaving the corporate grind behind until his father’s harsh deathbed words leaves him doubting himself. 

Ryan Fuller abandoned a lucrative career to start his own party-planning business, but he keeps afloat by coordinating funerals for the local mortuary. When Ryan bumps into Steven—his best friend’s uncle and the man Ryan has secretly crushed on forever—the attraction explodes into a night of passionate abandon for both men. 

Steven is blown away by the care and deep connection he feels for the hot young mortician—until Ryan admits who he really is. Reeling from the recent upheaval in his life, Steven must decide whether to give Ryan a chance. To find love, they must risk it all....

Review

Note to self: Do not read Brandon Witt’s books at work!

It’s just as well I was in the library with (virtually) no borrowers. Having them see me cry all the tears while making sobbing sounds, would have been awkward. J

And on that note I’ll start my review.

This is the fourth and, as far as I know, final book in the Mary’s Boys series and man am I going to miss these guys, this setting, and the wonderful, warm feeling these stories leave me with.

In this book it is Steven Conley’s turn to connect with the love of his life, but boy does he make it difficult — both for himself and for poor and smitten Ryan Fuller. Then again, Steven does have a lot on his mind. Between the death of his father who never had a kind word to say to him, and doubts about his life as the owner of Hamburger Mary’s restaurant in Denver, the last thing he needs is the added worry of falling for a man about fifteen years his junior.

Ryan on the other hand can’t believe his luck. He’s been infatuated with Steven since he was a teenager and the attraction hasn’t lessened over the years, quite the opposite in fact.

“And Ryan knew what his heart had known since he was twelve. He loved this man. He was in love with this man. Even with all the unknowns about him, even with his litany of issues. Ryan Fuller loved Steven Conley. Just as much as he had when he’d written their names inside the hearts on his loose-leaf notebook paper all those years ago.”

Despite all his reasonable and unreasonable reservations, Steven can’t deny that there’s something about Ryan, something between the two of them that’s impossible to deny and even harder to ignore, despite his best efforts to do so. Deep down inside he knows the truth, even if it’s Ryan who has the actual thoughts.

“Maybe they didn’t know each other at all. But their bodies did. Their spirits did. It wasn’t some play fantasy that had consumed Ryan for all these years.

It was destiny. Fate. Twin hearts. Some stupid shit that he wasn’t really certain he believed in and was more than willing to bed Steven for sure didn’t believe in.”

The coming together of Ryan and Steven is hot from the start, but far from easy or smooth as a result of Steven’s hang-ups and reservations. But he has his family — both of the blood and of the heart variety — to help him sort out his emotional mess and not spoil what may well be his one real chance at lasting happiness. I loved how the crew from Mary’s stepped in to talk some sense into his stubborn head.

And talking about the Hamburger Mary crew, they had me in tears during the last chapter. If it is possible for love to flow from a kindle straight into my heart, that’s exactly what happened. I could easily gush about and quote from that chapter endlessly, but I don’t want to spoil it for anybody else. Just trust me when I say that ‘all the feels’ would be a gross understatement in this case. Those scenes hit me straight in the heart in the best possible way.

If I have one complaint it is that this is the end of a series. I could happily have spent numerous more hours in the company of these men. They and their place of employment have worked their way into my heart and will forever stay near the top of my ‘ultimate feel-good reads’ list.



Related Reviews: Nachos & Hash | Vodka & Handcuffs | Mascara & Bandages 

And... today only (September 27, 2017) the first three books are available for $1, $2, and $3 respectively. So if you haven't read this fabulous series yet, now's the time to get them! Dreamspinner

And finally, all four books are now also available in one bundle: The Mary’s Boys Collection. So if you want to own these wonderful stories in paperback make your way over to: 



First Season (Harrisburg Railers #2) by RJ Scott & V.L. Locey - Review Tour





Length: 55,700 words approx.

Cover Design: Meredith Russell

Harrisburg Railers Series

Changing Lines (Book #1) - Amazon US | Amazon UK | KOBO | Smashwords | B&N | iTunes

Blurb

Layton wants success, Adler wants family, how can love make both these things possible?


Layton Foxx works hard for what he has. The condo, the career, the chance to make his mark, is all down to the sacrifices he has made. With tragedy in his past, he doesn’t want or need love. Then he meets Adler Lockhart, the extroverted, sexy winger for the Harrisburg Railers and abruptly he can’t avoid love even if he wanted to.


Adler Lockhart has had everything handed to him his whole life. Cars, villas, cash, college tuition at the finest Ivy League schools. The only things he doesn’t have are parents who care or the love of a good man. Then Layton walks into his privileged life and shows him what real love can be like.


Review

I began my review of Changing Lines (Harrisburg Railers #1) with the statement that I’m not into ice hockey and that I know little to nothing about it. Both those statements still hold true. But despite the fact that these books are not enticing me to start watching the game, I have to admit that I’m rapidly turning into a fan of the (fictional, of course) Harrisburg Railers.

Whereas Changing Lines was mostly a sweet, almost angst-free love story, First Season is a more intense. While it features two new main characters, Layton Foxx and Adler Lockhart, the story very much builds on what happened in the first book (and I would strongly advise you to read that one first). Tennant and Jared may have come out to those closest to them with little to no consequences, their announcement to the wider world will have to be handled with care and that’s where Layton Foxx comes in.

Layton Foxx is a man with a painful past that won’t leave him alone. In fact, contact with his loving and accepting family only ever reminds him of what has happened, so he’s created a distance between himself and the people who are so close to him that being with them hurts.

Adler Lockhart is, at first glance, an abrasive loud mouth. Look a bit closer and you see the little boy lost he really is. The only reason he makes dumb jokes and needs to be the centre of attention is because he wants to be loved; to compensate for having been brought up by parents who never really wanted him, don’t approve of him and show no sign of ever appreciating, never mind loving him.

The coming together of these two men isn’t easy. Layton’s fears, as well as practical considerations, keep on getting in the way. But love will find a way and set against the backdrop of Tennant and Jared announcing their relationship to the world at large, and while dealing with the unavoidable backlash, Layton and Adler get closer.

These two characters are such opposites and yet they are so perfect for each other it was a joy to read about them. But, as much as I adored the romance, what really got to me while reading this book was the level of realism when it came to the professional sportsmen coming out theme. It showed with relentless clarity that despite the support and acceptance you may receive from most, it is the isolated instances of hate and intolerance will really leave a mark.

I thoroughly enjoyed Changing Lines for the wonderful romance it was. First Season made a bigger impression; the love between these two is as strong and as sexy as the one described in the first book, but the back story in this one touched me on a deeper level and made me think. And I love books that do that.

My conclusion remains that regardless of whether or not you are into ice hockey, these books are well worth a read. I’m already looking forward to book three.

Related review: Changing Lines






RJ Scott is the bestselling romance author of over 100 romance books. She writes emotional stories of complicated characters, cowboys, millionaire, princes, and the men and women who get mixed up in their lives. RJ is known for writing books that always end with a happy ever after. She lives just outside London and spends every waking minute she isn't with family either reading or writing.

The last time she had a week’s break from writing she didn't like it one little bit, and she has yet to meet a bottle of wine she couldn’t defeat.


mailto:rj@rjscott.co.uk 




V.L. Locey loves worn jeans, yoga, belly laughs, walking, reading and writing lusty tales, Greek mythology, Dr. Who, Torchwood, the New York Rangers, comic books, and coffee. (Not necessarily in that order.) She shares her life with her husband, her daughter, one dog, two cats, a flock of assorted domestic fowl, and two Jersey steers.

When not writing spicy romances, she enjoys spending her day with her menagerie in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania with a cup of fresh java in hand. She can also be found online on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and GoodReads.






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Tuesday, 26 September 2017

The Half Wolf by Jay Northcote - Release Blitz




Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK

NB: This book will be exclusive to Amazon for 90 days, after that it will be available at all major retailers.

Length: 65,000 words approx

Cover Design: Garrett Leigh @Black Jazz Design

Blurb

Mate, family, pack, home… can Quinn and Kellan have it all?


Quinn grew up feeling out of place in the small town he calls home. Yearning for something he can’t name, he’s always felt different but never known why.


Kellan is part of a nomadic shifter pack. When they set up camp in the woods near Quinn’s town, the humans are unwelcoming and suspicious of the newcomers. The moment Kellan catches sight—and scent—of Quinn, he knows Quinn is special. But for the first time in his life, Kellan can’t trust his instincts. Quinn is human, and Kellan is a wolf shifter, so how can they ever be mates?


Their bond is instant and exhilarating. It breaks Quinn’s heart to know their relationship can only be temporary. Love isn’t enough when pack law forbids shifters to mate with humans. Tension explodes between pack and humans, and when Quinn discovers a shocking truth about himself that changes everything, he fears he’ll have to choose between the only life he’s ever known and the man he loves.


Author Bio

Jay lives just outside Bristol in the West of England. He comes from a family of writers, but always used to believe that the gene for fiction writing had passed him by. He spent years only ever writing emails, articles, or website content.

One day, Jay decided to try and write a short story—just to see if he could—and found it rather addictive. He hasn’t stopped writing since.


Jay writes contemporary romance about men who fall in love with other men. He has five books published by Dreamspinner Press, and also self-publishes under the imprint Jaybird Press. Many of his books are now available as audiobooks.


Jay is transgender and was formerly known as she/her.







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London Lads Anthology by Clare London - Release Blitz




Paperback Buy Links: Dreamspinner | Amazon US | Amazon UK

Length: 95,939 words

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Cover Design: Valerie Tibbs @ Tibbs Design

Blurb

A young man uses social media to contact the men he knew as teenaged friends and discovers a soul mate for his own romantic journey. The most ill-matched couple you could ever imagine are thrown together when they exchange flat-sitting—and turn each other's lives upside down. A reserved young man struggles with a secret affair until he dares to take the adventurous step of making his heart’s wish public. One mischievous night on a shopping mall security camera brings an astonishing blind date for a bored student. A frustrating delay in an airport lounge—with only two precocious children for company—drives a young man to confess he’s in love with his best friend.

Five standalone stories, five romantic couples seeking a happy ever after. This collection of stories includes humor, reflection, erotic desire, and sweet devotion. It celebrates the diversity and delight of lovers against the backdrop of London’s vibrant and lively city—young “London lads” whose love, determination, and sense of adventure are strong enough to find the way to a partner’s heart.


Chase the Ace

How the Other Half Lives
A Good Neighbour
Peepshow
Between a Rock and a Hard Place

(Click the titles for reviews of the individual titles I have read)

Author Bio

Clare London took her pen name from the city where she lives, loves, and writes. A lone, brave female in a frenetic, testosterone-fuelled family home, she juggles her writing with her other day job as an accountant.


She’s written in many genres and across many settings, with award-winning novels and short stories published both online and in print. She says she likes variety in her writing while friends say she’s just fickle, but as long as both theories spawn good fiction, she’s happy. Most of her work features male/male romance and drama with a healthy serving of physical passion, as she enjoys both reading and writing about strong, sympathetic, and sexy characters.


Clare currently has several novels sulking at that tricky chapter three stage and plenty of other projects in mind... she just has to find out where she left them in that frenetic, testosterone-fuelled family home.


Clare loves to hear from readers, and you can contact her here:



E-mail: clarelondon11@yahoo.co.uk

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Monday, 25 September 2017

Waking the Behr (Foothills Pride) by Pat Henshaw - Blog Tour

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Book Title: Waking the Behr (A Foothills Pride Story)

Author: Pat Henshaw

Cover Artist:AngstyG

Genre: contemporary gay romance

Length: 29,689 Words/88 Pages

Release Date: September 20, 2017

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Blurb 

Both Ben and Mitch think they know exactly what they want. Turns out, they don’t even know their own hearts. 

Good old boy Ben has dated women his entire life, while gay nightclub owner Mitch has never considered unsophisticated country boys his type. But after they start hanging out, the small-town contractor and the urban entrepreneur are both stunned by the electricity sparking between them. 

As they step outside their comfort zones to spend time together, Mitch finds he enjoys rural car rallies, and Ben is intrigued by the upscale bars Mitch owns in San Francisco. When they share their lives and grow closer, they start to question the way they’ve always defined themselves. Then they kiss and fling open the door to love. Now they must step up and travel the road that may lead to happily ever after—even if that path isn’t one they ever expected to walk.


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Guest Post

Researching the Behr
By Pat Henshaw

You’d think that living would be enough for a writer to make up a fictional story. But, no, in my case, it isn’t.

I do extensive research for each of the books I’ve written, and Waking the Behr was no different. To give you an idea of what questions I ask of myself and how I answer them through research, here are four topics I wondered about and the websites that helped me fill in the details.

·         Mitch’s Rhino GX
When I started writing Waking the Behr, I knew that San Francisco entrepreneur Mitch O’Shea, who’s got an expansive personality, needed a super-sized car. I own a rare two-door Toyota RAV4 (that my co-workers used to jokingly call a RAV3 1/2), and I really don’t know much about expensive luxury cars. So I went shopping online, looking for a luxury car that a tall, flamboyant owner of four successful bars in SF would buy. He’d want something roomy enough that he didn’t feel hemmed in, and since he didn’t have to worry about parking places in the various areas where his bars were located, it could be something as big as a Hummer. But Hummers are so common, right? At the time, I was receiving emails from a group that provided links to luxury products, a Web site that’s no longer available. One of the emails I got listed a number of expensive car options. When I read about the Rhino GX, a car produced by US Specialty vehicles, one of the largest luxury SUVs available as the ad copy says, I knew Mitch would want to have one.
·         Road rally
When my brother owned his Miata in Colorado, he and his wife liked to participate in road rallies. I kind of knew the rules and what the point of a rally was, but I knew if I was going to write about it, I had to have more precise information, then fit that information into what I knew of the good-old-boys of Stone Acres who participated and ran the weekend rallies. So my first stop was to Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) where I read everything they had on rallies. I also read the rules posted online from individual groups such as the Detroit Rally Group and others. Not only were these important parts of my rally education, but they made it possible to work out what the Stone Acres rally master would throw at Ben and Mitch as they got to know each other.
·         Non-tourist San Francisco
Instead of having Mitch own only restaurants downtown in SF, I knew that he had started small in a residential area and then when that took off, moved closer to the tourist centers. Finding the right neighborhood for his first restaurant was an interesting challenge. I ended up reading sites and blogs that listed the neighborhoods with commentary about them, like the one at sanfrancisco.com. I figured that not everyone was wealthy in the city, so all I needed was to find the places where the middle class people lived. One of my favorite sites was Thrillist, which had great insights including quotes from people who lived in the neighborhoods.
·         Camping
I knew going into the story that when Ben took Mitch camping near the fictional Lake Rafi in the Sierra Nevada Mountains that a disaster would happen and both men were going to have to get involved in rectifying the situation. Having been camping quite a few times, I knew of some of the problems that could befall even seasoned campers. But I wasn’t sure which disaster fit the story. So I went to the Internet to research camping failures and horror stories. Some of these were pretty funny instead of disasters, and some were just downright creepy. In the end, I built on a story one of my fellow Girl Scout leaders told me.

The worst part of doing the research for a book, as far as I can tell, is that I can spend an entire day pouring through information on the Internet and get absolutely no writing done at all. Do you use the Web for research? If so, what kinds of things do you investigate? And where do you end up finding interesting, useful information?


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Meet the Author

81K35AAJl2L._UX250_Pat Henshaw, author of the Foothills Pride Stories, has spent her life surrounded by words: Teaching English composition at the junior college level; writing book reviews for newspapers, magazines, and websites; helping students find information as a librarian; and promoting PBS television programs. 

Pat was born and raised in Nebraska where she promptly left the cold and snow after college, living at various times in Texas, Colorado, Northern Virginia, and Northern California. Pat enjoys travel, having visited Mexico, Canada, Europe, Nicaragua, Thailand, and Egypt, and Europe, including a cruise down the Danube. 

Her triumphs are raising two incredible daughters who daily amaze her with their power and compassion. Fortunately, her incredibly supportive husband keeps her grounded in reality when she threatens to drift away while writing fiction.

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