Coming Out: Is it Still Relevant? GUEST POST by Eduard Joseph #authorcorner

Coming Out: Is it still relevant? By Eduard Joseph   Recently I came across a question posted in a Facebook group that got me thinking. The question was whether you would come out as gay if you knew your parents would have a heart attack. Most of the comments said no or hell no, while … Continue reading Coming Out: Is it Still Relevant? GUEST POST by Eduard Joseph #authorcorner

The other f-word C.D. Sweitzer Guest Post #authorcorner

A few weeks ago, my wife was listening to her newly downloaded 80’s playlist while housecleaning. In the middle of Dire Straits’ “Money for Nothing,” she lunged toward the stereo and cranked down the volume. Confused, I asked her what was wrong. She replied that there was a “bad” word in the song, one that … Continue reading The other f-word C.D. Sweitzer Guest Post #authorcorner

#authorcorner Interview with Jon De’Lisle

I had the wonderful opportunity to interview Jon De'Lisle this week and to learn all about him and his work!   Tell us about yourself. My name is Jon De’Lisle, and I live in New Mexico. The Dantone Project is my first published (self-published actually) novel. I guess that first, I would say I have … Continue reading #authorcorner Interview with Jon De’Lisle

#authorcorner James Crawford “Lack of LGBT Heroes”

Welcome back to Author's Corner! I'm so excited today to have James Crawford here with a very interesting post about LGBT heroes! Or lack there of. My SO is a major superhero fanatic and is put off by this as much as James is, but this and the lack of female/women superheroes in any of … Continue reading #authorcorner James Crawford “Lack of LGBT Heroes”

Write what you know, but be cautious with character assassination #authorcorner Algenon Lusch

Today I have a guest post from Algie, and I can honestly say it's an awesome post!! It's something every writer should think about and dwell upon before, during, and after they are writing. This happens whether it is fiction or non-fiction. Without further ado, I give you... Write what you know, but be cautious … Continue reading Write what you know, but be cautious with character assassination #authorcorner Algenon Lusch

“Damn Straight” with Francis James Franklin

Welcome, welcome, welcome! Today begins the newest project I have. I'll be posting interviews, guest posts and author spotlights every Monday throughout the 2014 year. For the first part of the year, I've decided to specifically focus on LGBT writers, meaning either the writer is LGBT or the novels/stories they write have main LGBT characters. … Continue reading “Damn Straight” with Francis James Franklin