When I think of Armistead Maupin, the first image that comes to mind is not San Francisco, nor is it … More Armistead and Me
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Cover art by Paul Richmond, inspired by Roy Lichtenstein Every Friday, I use this blog to highlight a title from … More FLASHBACK FRIDAY: What if House Hunters Replaced Houses with Men?
Today, I’m thinking about Lost and Found and how it was inspired by my love for dogs…and for a good love story … More FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Lost & Found, A Furry Love Story
BLINK is my most autobiographical love story (the first part, which takes place in 1981, anyway) and, perhaps, my most … More FLASHBACKFRIDAY: My Most Autobiographical Novel, BLINK
“Love is a temporary madness, it erupts like volcanoes and then subsides. And when it subsides, you have to make … More Love is Love
Today, I look back at my novel, Dinner at Jack’s. Like my previous Dinner at Home, it’s another romance with recipes. … More FLASHBACKFRIDAY: Have Dinner at Jack’s this Weekend!
Although Dinner at Fiorello’s doesn’t contain actual recipes, it does contain a lot of food. Below is an excerpt that … More FLASHBACKFRIDAY: Have Dinner at Fiorello’s tonight!
Food, Memories, and Love It might just be me, but I believe one of the most powerful ways you can … More #FLASHBACKFRIDAY The World’s Best Spaghetti Sauce and DINNER AT HOME
BEAU AND THE BEAST is my LGBT Seattle-set, modern-day version of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. I hope you’ll pick up a copy! BUYAt … More An Update on a Fairy Tale, by a Fairy
WHY WRITE ROMANCE? I get asked this question a lot and the answer lies in the little story I’m about … More #FLASHBACKFRIDAY: True Romance, Real Life, and LEGALLY WED