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Please Welcome Christopher Moss

  Posted by Christoarpher , 24 January 2014 · 1,216 views

Please Welcome Christopher Moss  I have the distinct pleasure of welcoming Christopher Moss to my little corner of the internet today. He’s here to promote his new book, Beloved Pilgrim . I’ve been waiting for Beloved Pilgrim  for a number of reasons. First of all, it looks like a great story. Second of all, it features a transman as...



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An interview with Kate Sherwood

  Posted by Christoarpher , 18 December 2013 · 1,131 views

Dreamspinner released (at least) two books on Monday, December 16, my own Settling the Score  and Kate Sherwood’s The Fall  . Personally I’m a bit tired of Settling the Score  after writing it and all those rounds of editing. The Fall’s   what I can’t wait to read, which is why I’m so pleased to offer an interview w...



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It really is a word

  Posted by Christoarpher , 16 December 2013 · 860 views

Omphaloskepsis  Seriously. Go look it up in your better dictionaries and encyclopedias. It means navel-gazing. Wanna know where I learned it? Watching “Animaniacs” on the WB when I was in grad school. Share on Facebook Source



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An Interview with Posy Roberts

  Posted by Christoarpher , 18 November 2013 · 1,183 views

http://www.christoph...P-300x108.jpg?? First of all, I’d like to welcome Posy Roberts here today to share news of her latest release, Fusion , the eagerly awaited sequel http://www.christoph...233x300.jpg??to Spark . Fusion re...



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Blog hop–find out what Christopher Koehler is up to!

  Posted by Christoarpher , 09 November 2013 · 1,191 views

Blog Hop Interview—Tag, You’re It!A while back, my friend James Austen  tagged me. Then I got sick. But it’s my turn now, so here I am. I know you’ve all been breathless with antici-say it, Franky!–pation.1) What are you working on right now?  I’m actually working on a couple of things at the moment. Settling the Score...



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Guest Blogger Ellis Carrington

  Posted by Christoarpher , 17 October 2013 · 1,113 views

<p>We love Ellis. This is why she ends up in the acknowledgements of a lot&#8211;if not all&#8211;of our books. That&#8217;s also why I&#8217;m pleased as punch to help her publicize her newest release, <em>Stripped Clean</em>. So&#8230;heeeeere&#8217;s Ellis!</p><p>E: Thanks fo...



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Guest blogger: Lynley Wayne

  Posted by Christoarpher , 19 September 2013 · 1,157 views

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Book Reviews I have a guest blogger today (and until I get around to updating my blog), Lynley Wayne. I met Lynley at GayRomLit last year, and she’s one of the sweetest people ever. I also have to give kudos to her talented husband, Brian, too. Not only does he do all the cover art for her books, but...



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Deep Process: Settling the Score updates

  Posted by Christoarpher , 06 September 2013 · 962 views

So the fine folks in the editorial department at Dreamspinner have been busy busy busy! with the manuscript for Settling the Score .I’ve already turned in the front matter. For the non-editors out there, front matter is everything between the title page and the start of the story. Authors have control over very little of it, since it i...



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A nasty little thought

  Posted by Christoarpher , 13 August 2013 · 751 views

Here’s something to think about if the world community is successful in pushing the integrity-challenged IOC to move the Winter Games away from Sochi in response to the Russian government’s appalling policies towards sexual minorities.It occurs to me that once attention is turned from Russia, things might well be ten or a hundred tim...



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Announcing Château d’Eternité!

  Posted by Christoarpher , 29 March 2013 · 1,020 views

Château d’Eternité   by Ariel Tachna Released March 29, 2013 by Dreamspinner Press, revised and greatly expanded (by 40,000 words) from the free novella published last summer.http://www.christopherkoehler.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ChateaudEternite2.jpg  Cover, Chateau d’EternitéBlurb:  When Russ Peterson accepts an invitati...







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