Stevie Woods:author of gay romantic fiction

March 12, 2011

March Gay Day!

Filed under: writing — Stevie Woods @ 8:41 pm
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Just a reminder about tomorrow’s Gay Day!

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Sunday, March 13th is Gay Day at my Yahoo Group.  Gay Day is the one day a month when the best authors in GLBT Romance stop by to post excerpts of their new and upcoming releases.

The following authors will be generously offering giveaways you can enter to win:

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Clare London – The Tourist

Stevie Woods – Death’s Desire

Joyee Flynn – Tristan & Victor

Trina Lane – In Dreams He Came

J.P. Bowie – Blood Lure & A Portrait of Phillip

Ethan Day – Anything for You – Available March 13th from MLR Press

Z.A. Maxfield – Winners Choice from Backlist

P.A. Brown – Winners Choice from Backlist

Serena Yates – Understanding Mark

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The amazing Authors below will be popping in and out to chat & post excerpts from their latest books:

Serena Yates – Rediscovering Adrian & Finding Elliot

Stevie Woods – Sacrifices & A Favor for a Friend

Lynn Lorenz – Rougaroux Social Club: Bayou Dreams & Remember Me

Jon Wilson – A Hundred Little Lies

Adrianne Brennan – Pisces

Z.A. Maxfield – The Pharaoh’s Concubine

P.A. Brown – Bermuda Heat

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The day will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST in the Ethan Day Yahoo Group where we’ll be posting excerpts, running contests for free books, and chatting about all the new and upcoming releases from your favorite authors.

I hope everyone will stop by to catch up with your favorite authors and join in all the fun!

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