I’m a lifelong lover of words and language and books, so many books. When I was 11, A librarian handed me a stack of 1960s era Harlequin romances and I was hooked. The poor woman had no idea what to do with a fifth grader reading at nearly college level. Over the years my reading tastes have evolved, but I never stray too far from the safety and comfort of Romancelandia.

About 5 or 6 years ago, I slid into M/M via the slippery slope method… M/F to M/F/M to M/M/F to M/M. As a bisexual woman who has been in a same-sex relationship for most of my adult life, I still love men and find the inherent equality between the two main characters in M/M to be refreshing. In straight romance, a woman always has to declare her equality to her partner and the world in a way that just isn’t necessary in M/M.  Besides, two men rubbing up on one another is flat out sexy, any way you slice it.

On the personal side, my partner of more than 20 years and I live in New England with a weird, wee brown dog (technically a Jack Russell/Corgi mix) who has us both all well trained.

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