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A Smorgasbord of Books
I've teamed up with seventy-nine other authors of gay fiction in a humongous giveaway. Discover a new-to-you author or series! What an awesome way to treat yourself: zero calories :-)
Find them all here!
I'm offering the full ebook, The Persistence of Memory!
And if you haven't read the series yet, it's a steamy little sample of more filty antics to come.
Free through 11/6. Tell your friends!!!
What a relief, the paperback files have been submitted to the printer and the PsyCop Briefs paperback is on schedule. (Might even hit the shelves a little sooner than the ebook at this rate.)
Here's the ebook preorder on Amazon for summary, list of contents and so on. Also, I get a kick out of the fact that when I search PsyCop Briefs on amazon, it shows me a bunch of underpants.
Ebook release date is October 11. Audio scheduling is in the works. Yay!
Peel them, stick them on a plate and freeze them. Once they're frozen I put them in a baggie. Less messy to eat sliced up. But sometimes I just gnaw on the whole frozen thing like a caveman...with a freezer...and access to bananas.
I took on a new responsibility teaching a water aerobics class, and it kind of kicks my ass (not gonna lie.) While I realize the amount of potassium in a banana is kind of overrated*, according to this article, they're better for you post-workout than Gatorade.
*legumes, baked potatoes and leafy greens are better sources