I realize it is only the end of September. Yet Fall is in the air and thoughts are turned to Halloween.
How do you like your Fantasy Man dressed for the season?
Pirates are the rage since Captain Jack Sparrow sailed through our fantasies.
And ever since Bravehart women all over the world wondered just what the Scottsman has hidden is under that kilt?
Oh and by the way, I am very particular about my vampires. You see…this is the thing…They don’t sparkle.
Vampires, an equally popular Halloween Choice.
However, you like your Fantasy Men dressed up…er. undressed
Be a little devil and have fun with the holiday season.
My October short story release “The Galloping Ghoul of Hockomock Swamp” is a male/male romance. My men aren’t the sterotypical “gay” guys. In honor of my main characters in the story, Nanthaniel and Ike, I have a few Fantasy Men to share today.
It’s been demonstrated that male/male romance appeals to the middle aged female demographic. Why is that?
What does it take for a male/male romance to hold your interest? What turns you off in this sub-genre’ of fiction?
When is too much just too much?
The heart wrenching memories of 9/11/01 can not be denied. So much senseless loss. Yet like the battered 9/11 tree we continue on, scared at times, but not defeated. And new life, new beauty, new resolve to live life out loud.
Think of our Fantasy Men in Uniform.
I couldn’t resist.
Okay I would drop and give you 20 but this hunkilicious (yeah, new word, add it to your dictionary. lol) gentleman does it so much better.
Whoo Whee, I need someone to put out this fire.
What is not to love about an earthy man, in uniform…pieces of uniform… Ah, well at least a man with a big….gun.
Brings out the huntress in all of use, doesn’t it?
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