Not Quite Shakespeare, Summer’s Sizzling Reads, and More!

NotQuiteShakespeareLGAh, lazy Sundays… for the past ten years, I’ve had to work most Sundays. Getting them back again has been lovely. Today I took the dog out for a walk in the forest while it was sunny and cool. Now it is clouding over and it looks like thunderstorms are on the way.

That’s okay. I’ve had a lovely late-morning breakfast with the BF, and I’ve got books to read and stories to write. I’m humming Keith Urban’s “Raining on Sunday” as I settle in on the couch.

First order of business: Not Quite Shakespeare releases tomorrow from Dreamspinner Press! This anthology features 15 stories from your favorite and new-to-you M/M romance authors–all set in the UK! If you’re an Anglophile like I am, this anthology will be right up your alley! Even if you’re not an Anglophile, this anthology could make you fall in love with the UK: its history, its beauty, its quirks. And let’s not forget the hot men, either! πŸ™‚

The best part is you can pre-order it now–and it is currently on sale! Hurry, though, because I think the sale ends today!

Sizzling Summer Reads 2014The next order of business is that The Sizzling Summer Reads Party begins today on The Romance Reviews now until June 30th! There are over 250 participating authors and publishers, and more than 200 prizes up for grabs, with a grand prize of a $100 gift card! I’m participating as well, and my Q&A for my prize giveaway will be on June 14th. The answer to the question is hidden somewhere on this website, so poke around and see if you can find it! You have two weeks to find the answer before the question goes live! In the meantime, check out the great stories being highlighted on the site during this month. Come on, I know you’re looking for that perfect beach read, right? Even if you’re reading in a hammock in your own back yard. πŸ™‚

As for me, I’m going to run out to the grocery store and pick up some pet food before the storm rolls in. Then I’m going to snuggle on the couch with the BF and read while we listen to the rain coming down. If only Sundays could last forever!

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