Today I’m catching up on a few short posts I’ve been meaning to write since Christmas. I have two new releases coming out soon, plus a short novella with Loveyoudivine.com marking the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, and I’m just finishing up edits for the 10th installment of the next stand alone book in The Virgin Billionaire series…THE VIRGIN BILLIONAIRE’S LITTLE ANGEL. In this VB installment, I can promise a few emotional surprises I haven’t written about in the past. Lives change drastically for more than one character. No spoilers.
I’ve been meaning to write about this author for a while. While I’ve read a number of AJ Llewellyn’s books I rarely ever write reviews for anything m/m or gay-lesbian oriented. If I love a m/m book, the review sounds awkward…to me. If I don’t love a m/m book I sound like one of those raving author/shrews who write negative blog posts and sit in front of a computer screen the size of an old fashioned TV dipping into the gin pail between rants about how bad and how dumb other m/m authors are. Dismal at best; I have a rule about keeping things positive here.
So I always keep a low profile with m/m reviews. But I don’t mind talking about another author’s work in a general sense. I love AJ Llewellyn’s work. I’ve never been disappointed by AJ Llewellyn’s books, or what AJ has the ability to contribute to the world as an author. As a reader, I’m always inspired.
So check out this link to Amazon for AJ’s fiction, here.
And check out this link to AJ’s web site for more information, here.
From what I see on social media, I’m not the only fan of AJ. A lot of readers agree with me, too.