They decided to push up the release date of my new gay romance, “Fangsters,” to this week, and I’m posting links to it as the links start coming to me. Right now, you can find out more about it here at allromanceebooks.com. Here’s the Amazon link. And here is a link to the publisher’s web site.
This book was published by Riverdaleave.com, and it’s going to be the first in a series of erotic romance novels featuring vampires. I’ve already posted a good deal about this book, and you can read more about it here. I published an excerpt that’s not one of the excerpts at any of the places where the book’s being sold. And I’ll probably post another one soon.
I’d also like to state that aside from the vampire theme, this book has a new adult feel to it and I did that on purpose. I wanted the main characters to be new adults in their vampire clan in Northern New Jersey, where they are just beginning to take over the family mob business and they are just beginning their lives as vampires. A good deal of the storyline revolves around them going out on assignments that involve a certain amount of danger…even dangerous to vampires. Another aspect of the storyline deals with them beginning new relationships and moving into homes of their own.
And, unlike other series I’ve done in the past, at the end of this book you’ll find the first chapter of the next book in the series. I also think the cover artist nailed this cover. The two main characters, Anton and Digger, do look like this.
Here’s the book description as it would read on the back cover of a print book:
At a glance, Anton Pagano looks and sounds just like any other twenty-something. He lives in a mansion in northern New Jersey with his mom and dad, and he’s never had to worry about anything other than his wardrobe, his latest new car, and the secret love affair he’s been having for years. However, Anton has more than just the love affair to hide: he belongs to a Sicilian vampire mobster clan that migrated to New Jersey in the late 1800s.
When Anton’s dad, the head of their clan, decides it’s time for Anton and his vampire cousin Digger to get into the “family business,” Anton’s not all that excited about it. Until he meets a sweet, young human named Leo on his first night at work. They wind up spending the rest of the night together, but things get even more complicated when they bring Anton’s secret vampire lover into the picture a few weeks later.
After a bloody battle with werewolves, and the beginning of what Anton predicts will be an all-out war between two vampire mob clans in New Jersey, Anton and his secret vampire lover decide it’s time to consider turning Leo into a vampire so all three of them can be together for eternity. But thanks to fate, nothing is as simple as it looks, and they wind up doing the one thing they ever wanted to do to Leo as a last resort.
Kevin Bacon Full Frontal Nudity
I’ve actually been finding more examples of male full frontal nudity than I’d imagined I would when I first started posting about the double standards in films with regard to full frontal.
There is a link below to a few images of Kevin Bacon in the film, Wild Thing, which I didn’t see. The web site to which I’m linking mentions that the blogger isn’t a fan of Kevin Bacon but that the photos are hot. Well, you can imagine my impression of the photos, because I’m a HUGE fan of Kevin Bacon with or without clothes.
It’s also an interesting shot, from a film POV. It’s not a direct full frontal image. It’s been shot through a shower door in a less obtrusive way. But it’s clear enough to see everything, and it’s more than apparent Kevin Bacon is NOT one of those actors who has anything to worry about when it comes to full frontal. He owns that scene, so to speak.