Video I Love: Fighting ignorance with humor

This one was too funny not to share.


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Quote I Love: There’s this place in me

“There’s this place in me where your fingerprints still rest, your kisses still linger, and your whispers softly echo. It’s the place where a part of you will forever be a part of me.”

Gretchen Kemp

This one reminds me of Jay and Lincoln from Breathe.

Video I Love: The Animal Odd Couple

This is an older story, but I just saw it last week for the first time and wanted to share. I dare you not to cry. Go on, watch it and try…

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Wasn’t it great?

Release Date & Blurb for Breathe by Sloan Parker

I have news! Release date for my second release, Breathe, from Loose Id is November 16, 2010. Below is a draft blurb:

Lincoln McCaw lost everything — his home, his job, his partner — after he caused a fatal accident. A year later, he’s drowning the guilt and despair in whiskey, but he needs to move on. His sister and her kids are counting on him. Then he meets a man who ignites a passion Lincoln thought he’d never find. Too bad one night is all they can have together. Now he needs to figure out how to turn away from the only person who makes him feel alive…before whoever is sending him threats decides Lincoln needs to suffer more than he already has.

Jay Miller is surrounded by grief and misery until he finally gives in to all those years of sexual fantasies about being with another guy. Realizing he’s ended up in the arms of the man who caused his wife’s accident, he tries to pull away. But can he give up a friendship he needs more than anything — a friendship and a love that could save him? Or will someone else destroy it all?

Excerpt and cover art coming soon.

Thanks to everyone who’s expressed interest in my second novel. You guys rock!

Quote I Love: A book is the only place…

“A book is the only place in which you can examine a fragile thought without breaking it, or explore an explosive idea without fear it will go off in your face. It is one of the few havens remaining where a man’s mind can get both provocation and privacy.”

Edward P. Morgan