I’m so tired, I can barely keep my eyes open today. Too many late nights in a row and getting up waaaaaaaaaaay too early. Blech. But it’s almost Spring Break and I’ll be able to sleep in as late as I want. YAY!
Here’s another great thing. The lovely Fran Lee interviewed me in her column for the Salt Lake City Examiner! You can read the interview here. I’d love it if you stopped by and left me a comment. 🙂
One last thing before I go tackle the rest of my day. Are you looking for something good to read, but don’t have a lot of time? I’d like to recommend Kim Dare’s latest, Gaydar. I loved the characters, the story and especially the dialogue. It’s brand new this week at TEB.
Here’s the blurb, if you’d like to take a peek.
Find a gay man in a gay bar. Matt’s sure that should be a lot easier than it actually is.
Matt’s having a run of bad luck – one that’s lasted ever since he stepped out of the closet. An uncanny ability to home in on the only straight guy in a bar room full of gay men really isn’t doing his sex life any favours. A knack for picking complete jerks whenever he does stumble upon a genuinely gay man isn’t helping either.
But, this time everything is going to be different. This time Matt’s absolutely sure his gaydar has guided him towards a completely sane, entirely gay man – which is why he’s arranged to meet him in the gents’ room in five minutes.
What could possibly go wrong?