Using ARe To Get Free Books


Getting your non-Amazon-purchased book onto your Kindle couldn’t be easier. And, there are some huge benefits, for both you and your favorite authors, by selecting alternate marketplaces. Kimmers’ Erotic Book Banter talks about ARe (All Romance eBooks) in the very informative article linked below. Check it out and start getting more for your reading dollar!

SERIES (Part One) E-Book Retailers/Publishers and How To Use Them: The ABC’s of ARe (All Romance eBooks)



Book Review: Murphy by Bey Deckard

Awesome review, JustJen!

I’ve preordered…CANNOT wait to be with the boys again! Woot!

The Blogger Girls

Reviewed by JustJen

1Title: Murphy
Author: Bey Deckard
Series: F.I.S.T.S. #2
Heroes: Murphy/Sarge
Genre: MM Sci-Fi
Length:  42 Pages
Publisher: Bey Deckard
Release Date:  June 10, 2015
Available at: Amazon
Add it to your shelf:Goodreads

Blurb:  Sometimes when it seems like it’s too late, the right person comes along and opens your eyes…

Murphy is the continuing story of a D/s relationship between two Space Marines who found each other in the midst of hopelessness and misfortune.

Sarge and his newly minted squad travel across the galaxy on a top-secret mission that could help win the war. However, something about the mission stinks to Murphy, and it’s not just the planet they’ve landed on.

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Blog Hop Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia

Incredibly informative post! Thanks so much, Lily!


Lily G Blunt



Thank you for joining me on the

 International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia

May 17th 2015

Day against Homophobia

A Worldwide Celebration of Sexual and Gender Diversities

It was created in 2004 to draw the attention of policymakers, opinion leaders, social movements, the public and the media to the violence and discrimination experienced by LGBTI people internationally.

In under a decade, May 17 has established itself the single most important date for LGBTI communities to mobilise on a worldwide scale.

The Day represents an annual landmark to draw the attention of decision makers, the media, the public, opinion leaders and local authorities to the alarming situation faced by lesbian, gay, bisexuals, transgender and intersex people and all those who do not conform to majority sexual and gender norms.

May 17 is now celebrated in more than 130 countries, including 37 where same-sex acts are illegal, with 1600 events reported from 1280…

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