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  • Love Everlasting Series: An Immortal Love Never Dies Vol. 1

    Love Everlasting Series: An Immortal Love Never Dies Vol. 1

    About The Author

    Margie Eileen Jones better known to fans as Vyperbites or Vyper is a disabled American Navy Veteran living in Mesquite, Nevada. She spent 5 years and 11 months in the Navy as a Personnel Specialist and Yeoman.

    Margie’s attended classes at American Continental University online, Corning Community College in Corning, New York, College of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is currently working on her bachelor’s degree in English and Professional Writing at Grand Canyon University to become an LGBTQ editor and writing coach. She currently lives with her son James and has the support of her family.

    About The Book

    ‘Shiro and Yazu Tashio are two mated half-brothers living together in the modern era. Yazu is a half demon or hanyou that was made handicapped 500 years ago by a terrible accident in a fight with his brother Shiro, a full purebred dog demon from the Shiro Inu clan.
    Shiro has had to give up his title as King of Demons to make a life for himself and Yazu. They live a humble life just scraping by to make ends meet.
    Time and change has been rough on both Yazu and Shiro as immortals never age, but the world changes around them.’

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  • The House on Shadow Lane: A Love Story

    The House on Shadow Lane: A Love Story

    Peopled with remarkable and varied characters, the plot of The House on Shadow Lane required a skillful hand to keep events moving at its almost frantic pace while remaining believable. As Robert Heylmun weaves the lives of his characters into the nap of his plot, their connections produce the complicated, even twisted, events that make the novel captivating. How, the reader wonders, will the romance developing between Hal and Simon survive the challenges they face? How will Carl, who is “in love with two people of different genders,” decide? While readers have likely never known such characters or situations, the author’s ingenious interplay brings them into vivid reality. As a result, readers will likely share on finishing this page turner, a “joyful sense of loss” that paradoxically occurs whenever I finish a novel I have much enjoyed. Good stories like this leave the reader to ponder what will happen next to those characters that he has come to know so well. The author’s story telling expertise establishes him as a writer whom readers of gay fiction will want to read again … and again.

    – Michael Dryden, American River College, Sacramento.