Thursday, October 26, 2006

No tricks, just treats - CONTEST!

I'm knee-deep into the writing of Book II of my Quantar Trilogy. It's called Claimed: The Submission of Sibeta, and this novella promises more cock than a field full of naked rugby players. There'll be a cock that doesn't care what hole he hides in, and a cock who only wants another cock. Then there's a cock in a lock. (Don't open this link with kiddies around; graphic pic) The hero ends up in something like this, poor guy. But he'll still have some fun while he's tracking down the key ;)

I don't have a release date yet, but I'm hoping for early 2007. If you want to be ready for it, I'm giving away a copy of Book I, Chosen: The Chronicles of Winter this Halloween. For your shot at this title, simply comment on this post with your feelings on M/M erotic romance. Love it? Hate it? Somewhere in between?

Post your response by 9 PM EST on the 31st and good luck!!

8 comments:

jennybrat said...

I enjoy M/M as much as F/M romance. It's always the emotional connection and character depth that get to me.

LadyVampire2u said...

I agree with Jenny. I like both romances. F/M might be traditional but that only makes the more daring M/M romances stand out more.

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Liz said...

I totally love it

TheLionRoars said...

Started reading MM last year and found myself surprised by how much I liked it, I didn't expect to at all.

Emma Petersen said...

I haven't read much M/M. The only exposure I really have had to it is in Anne Rice's Sleeping Beauty Series so I really don't have an opinion, yet. :D

this novella promises more cock than a field full of naked rugby players.

Hehehe! Can't wait to read it!

Laura Bacchi said...

Thanks for everyone's input :) Stay tuned for the winner.

Hey Emma - while up at the Surrey Writers Conf, my CP got to see a whole rugby team coming out of the hotel gym. Guess who was up in bed asleep, dang it!

Pamela Tyner said...

I’ve never read a m/m romance, just because I never thought it would be something I’d be interested in, but after reading your excerpt for The Andumi Effect, I must admit that I’m intrigued :)

Laura Bacchi said...

Thanks, everyone, for participating! And the winner is Pamela! Congrats!!