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Friday, October 21st, 2011
Interview with Jeff Erdmann

I am so happy to introduce Jeff Erdmann.

I’ve known Jeff for a few years now. He is a magnificent musician and teacher. Jeff is also the person that did the awesome music for my Out of the Shadows trailer.

Not only is Jeff talented, he is one of the sweetest people I know. He was recently interviewed on The Jazz Hour Show this past Saturday on WFTE.

Scroll down and click on the link to listen.
Jazz By The Hour: Jeff Erdmann Interview
Saturday 6:30PM to 7:30PM

Monday, October 17th, 2011
LGBT History – S. Reese Herberth & Michelle Moore

Even if it should actually turn out to be just a phase, which might or might not be the case, it doesn’t matter. Who you are right now, and the things you desire right now, are absolutely fine and okay and much more normal than you could possibly imagine.”Hanne Blank

Most of our characters are comfortably bisexual. Not all, but I’d definitely say a majority. Tal, Vanya, and Kellen, from The Slipstream Con, are all bi. Ducks, from The Balance of Silence is bi, though people seem to lump him into the “gay for you” category … Read More »

Sunday, October 16th, 2011
A Very Naughty Halloween Event

I will be blogging Monday, October 17th on Roxanne Rhodes blog. I am offering not one but two giveaways!

It is my birthday and I love everything pararnomal. I hope you will stop by and leave a comment.

Click the button and be transported to the Roxanne’s Realm.

Monday, October 10th, 2011
LGBT History – Xakara

Bi Any Other Name

Greetings, Kittens!

Happy LGBTQ History Month! Hopefully you’ll have your choice of blogs chronicling the struggles and triumphs in the LGBTQ community over the next weeks, so you don’t need that here today. Instead, I thought I’d use this lovely opportunity Gabriella provided, to go back and give a little more depth on the terms I used on my last visit. (Xakara’s Blog on Writing from the Middle: Bi/Pan/Poly)

There’s some back and forth in the community over the use of the term Pansexual. Why a new term, when Bisexual would do? Now if … Read More »

Monday, October 3rd, 2011
LGBT History Month – Charlie Cochrane

I’m obsessed with WWI poets. To the extent that I have to smuggle any new books I buy (or borrow from the library) into the house in a plain brown wrapper or my daughters tell me off. I try to pretend they’re for research purposes (I write in the Edwardian/WWI era) but that’s stretching the truth. It’s the characters who fascinate me. Sassoon, Owen, Brooke, Graves, Gurney and the rest – I can lap up both their works and their life stories.

So where does this fit in with LGBT history? The simple answer is that Siegfried Sassoon was gay, … Read More »