|RJ Scott’s Seth & Casey Reviewed at Inked Rainbow Reads – 4 Stars – “This is a comfort book. The story is gentle and the plot obvious, but she has us rooting for the couple from the start. It is the perfect book to read in front of a fire on a grim winter’s evening.”|
|Diana DeRicci’s Shadowboxing Reviewed at Love Bytes Reviews – 4 Stars – “So overall I liked it! Wayne was a little whiny now and then, Erich nice and strong to balance that our. Good background drama for them, a little bit of action, some nice first time sex, and a happy ending.”|
|Diana DeRicci’s Shadowboxing Reviewed at Literary Nymphs – 4.5 Nymphs – “Shadowboxing is part of the Arbor Heights series. This enjoyable poignant installment illustrates an example of extreme homophobic actions that I found distressingly realistic of the brainwashed hypocrites in the world today. I was incensed by Wayne’s parents but overjoyed by the happy ending.”|
|George Seaton’s Comes a Peace Reviewed at Literary Nymphs – 4 Nymphs – “Comes a Peace is part of the Big Diehl series. What I find most intriguing about this enjoyable saga is the exceptionally realistic illustrations of secrets, personality revelations, hidden agendas as well as false assumptions made by some of the general public.”|
|AKM Miles’s Something More for Santa Reviewed at Literary Nymphs – 4.5 Nymphs – “Something More for Santa is a definite keeper and sure to bring this author many new fans.”|
You’ve been invited to The Masquerade Ball. Lower your inhibitions! Be who you think you aren’t!
Why is it so freeing to hide behind a mask? To dress up in a costume and have no one know who you are? What would you do? Try something risqué? Go after that one you’ve had your eye on but didn’t go for him because…you’re shy, don’t think you have a chance, think he’s ‘out of your league’?
All stories should be set at a masquerade ball where the characters are “hidden” behind a mask at the beginning of the story. The “ball” can be as informal as a neighborhood costume party (always wanted a shot at the handsome neighbor?) or as formal as a hospital charity ball (thought that doctor looked good in his scrubs?)
Be a minimum of 10k, maximum of 40k
Any subgenre is welcome and all prohibitive guidelines are observed
Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: July 30, 2015 – stories will release during the month of October
Any questions can be sent to Kris Jacen at KrisJacen@mlrpress.com