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Author J.M. Snyder Discusses Homosexuality & Writing December 1, 2008

For the month of DECEMBER, All the Blog’s a Page (AtBaP) is looking at homosexuality and writing, and we have five wonderful writers who marry the subject into their writings in engaging, page-turning ways!

Up first is the author of erotic and romantic fiction, J.M. Snyder, whose book The Positions of Love is released this month from Amber Allure Press!

About the book:  Vic Braunson is a city bus driver who falls in love with Matt diLorenzo, a swimmer he meets at the gym. When they finally hook up, there’s no denying the energy between them. Something about Matt brings out the best in Vic—literally. Every time they have sex, Vic gains new superhuman powers from his lover.

When Matt gives Vic a copy of the Kama Sutra for Gay Men as a Christmas gift, they find it doubles as a handy reference guide to Vic’s super powers. All they have to do is test out the positions to see which one gives him what ability.

This paperback collection contains all twelve stories in J.M. Snyder’s best-selling e-book series, The Positions of Love, and will be available in print December 2008.

For December, I got greedy and ask the panel THREE questions:  How have your works been received by readers of all orientations // In the stories you have written and are planning to write, what ideas and themes do you see reoccurring that shed light on homosexuality // At the end of the day, if there was one thing you wanted your readers to remember in regards to homosexuality, what would that thing be?

Head to All the Blog’s a Page to read what J.M. had to say about these intriguing questions!

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