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GDPR Compliance

  Posted by Christoarpher , 21 May 2018 · 14 views

Dear reader,  As you’re no doubt aware, the European Union (EU) has instituted sweeping new privacy laws (GDPR) that any webpage or blog that might possibly collect personal information of anyone subject to EU laws information must comply with. If you’re like me, you’ve had to re-grant or re-certify permissions on many of your favorite blogs.  T...



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It’s True!

  Posted by Christoarpher , 26 April 2016 · 455 views

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Toilets

  Posted by Christoarpher , 22 March 2016 · 308 views

So we’re on vacation, the family and I. Savannah. Sure, it’s pretty, although a lot of the shine comes off when you remember that at least in the historic parts it was built by slaves.  Anyway, we’re visiting the Mister’s Ancestral Home for our son’s spring break. The mancub’s not the most stable soul in the w...



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Flash Fic Friday: Farm Boy

  Posted by Christoarpher , 19 February 2016 · 278 views

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Flash Fic Friday I’m trying something new with my blog, in part to update it more frequently and in part to increase its interest. While I won’t always publish flash fiction, when I post flash fic, it’ll be Fridays.   Farm Boy is from a dream I had recently, and I plan to turn it into a Y...



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A glossary of rowing terms

  Posted by Christoarpher , 22 January 2016 · 375 views

All That Is Solid Melts Into Air  releases today, so I thought I’d best post a glossary of rowing terms to help you all out, if only because info dumping in novels isn’t part of the best-practices matrix. Also, because I kind of did that in places alreayd.  ATISMIA  makes the sixth novel I’ve set in and around a boathouse, and it’s a...



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So this happened

  Posted by Christoarpher , 19 January 2016 · 437 views

So this happened.   Poz was named by the American Library Association to its Rainbow List for 2016 , specifically for YA literature. It’s probably easiest if you search for my last name rather that scroll through. On the other hand, if you do that, you’ll miss all the other great books, like the one authored by the incomparable Dahli...



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Things that make you go hmmm

  Posted by Christoarpher , 29 November 2015 · 346 views

So as I was preparing to put the holiday wreath on my front door yesterday, I dug the new wreath hanger out of its box. I took this picture:  http://www.christoph...5-225x300.jpg



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GayRomLit San Diego Day One

  Posted by Christoarpher , 14 October 2015 · 468 views

So I arrived in San Diego last night with Amy Lane and Kim Fielding. We drove down, and damn did we ever have fun.   ROAD TRIP.  Okay, so we stopped at virtually every Starbucks we could find along the 99–clean bathrooms, caffeine, decent(ish) food. Someone–several someones–referred to it as MacDonalds for grownups. Fair enough...



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Poz blog tour

  Posted by Christoarpher , 02 January 2015 · 716 views

Poz  Blog Tour  Below are the dates for my upcoming blog tour in support of Poz  . Poz   will be released on January 8.  Buy link    (so far, the only buy link I have is my publisher’s . Apparently it’s a little too early for Amazon, but there will be one. You can pre-order the title from Dreamspinner, including in the Kindle format....



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New Year’s Eve progressive dinner–dessert course

  Posted by Christoarpher , 31 December 2014 · 732 views

This is a biscotti recipe from everyone’s favorite coffee house just off the CalPac campus. Remy Babcock, who just matriculated at CalPac last fall, can’t seem to eat enough of them. But since you won’t meet him until January 8 and when you do, he’ll still be in high school, I’m getting ahead of myself…   Stai...







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