Monthly Archives: October 2009

Speaking of Vampires…

Vampire aficionados know that the popularity of things vampire in books, film, theatre, and television is attributable to Irish author Bram Stoker’s 1897 Gothic novel Dracula. Stoker, himself, though was influenced by two earlier vampire novels—Carmilla, an 1871 Gothic novella … Continue reading

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Cruise Control

Cruise control has been a feature on other cars I’ve owned, but until very recently I’ve resisted using it. Didn’t even know how it worked. Then, after one long distance drive too many, I decided to give cruise control a … Continue reading

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Rainbow Awards

  …are now open for Round 2 and I’d appreciate your continued support for Gay Paris, now located in Section 9 of the Contemporary list.   Vote here: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/821460.html   And remember, if you don’t have a livejournal account, simply … Continue reading

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The Man of Her Dreams Rates 4 Cherries

   …from Whipped Cream Erotic Romance Reviews     Here’s what the reviewer had to say:   I just loved Megan! She was a great character with a mind of her own and a big heart that she always follows. … Continue reading

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I’m Delighted to Discover…

  That Gay Paris has been nominated for a Rainbow Award in the Contemporary Category, Gay 6.   This newly created award is sponsored by Elisa Rolle, who’s well known for her live journal reviews of GLBT books. You may … Continue reading

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