July 26, 2012 by Anne Tenino
I have lots of news, but I’ve been very, very lame about updating my personal blog in the last few months. The Chicks & Dicks blog, on the other hand, sucks up most of my blogger time. This brings me to my first piece of news:
I’m going to make this site a mostly static webpage rather than a blog.
Soon…ish. I’ll update it as needed, but I’m not even going to bother trying to post. I don’t need the guilt-trip I manage to lay on myself over it. 😉
And now, for the rest of my news:
- Frat Boy & Toppy was reviewed at RT Book Reviews—4 stars!
- 18% Gray is now available as an audiobook. Oh, and it looks like it’s on sale right now.
The super-duper big news:
the second in the Theta Alpha Gamma series (Frat Boy & Toppy is the first in the series).
Love, Hypothetically will be released by Riptide on August 27th, unless you preorder now, in which case you’ll get it August 25, and be able to taunt others who didn’t. Or, you know, just stay quiet and look smug.
Paul’s been called many things—graduate student, humanities tutor, jock-hater, even broke—but “forgiving” isn’t one of them. When the new women’s softball coach at Calapooya college specifically requests Paul to tutor his athletes, Paul’s forced to put aside his strict “no athletes” policy for the sake of his paycheck.
Enter Trevor Gardiner, former Major League Baseball player and Paul’s high school boyfriend. Yeah, that one—the guy who sacrificed Paul for the safety of his closet and his future career. But Trevor’s come out and retired from baseball, and now he’s looking for forgiveness and a second chance.
There’s no earthly reason Paul should give him one, but he keeps letting the man state his case. And touch him. And take him sailing. The waters are far from smooth, though, and Paul says awful things to Trevor he isn’t sure he means. Now Paul has to decide: apologize and forgive Trevor for everything, or chalk it up as revenge and move on.
Yes, the Paul in Love, Hypothetically is the same prick that was in FB&T, Sebastian’s roommate. His story (a novella) will help all y’all see why Paul was such a prick. Not that it’s an excuse, of course.