From Jon’s Blog:
Let me first say, my experiences attending my first-ever GayRomLit 2013 convention in Atlanta are by no means comprehensive. Many more author readings, sponsored evening dinner and party events, and discussion panels took place during the four day event, but I tended to concentrate my time with the gay mystery, thriller and suspense sub-genres. After all, the con was dedicated to Gay Romance.
I spent most of my limited time at GRL utterly star-struck and often forgot to have photos taken with many of the writers I sought out to meet, like T.A. Webb, author of the incredible City Knight gay romantic mystery/suspense series set in my town, or that of native Atlantan Max Vos, who writes mostly gay and erotic romances, but his latest P.O.W., is an a gay military romance, dramatic thriller novella from MLR Press; or Anel Viz, whose tome The City of Lovely Brothers, (which I just had to purchase and get autographed) is an old west, historical family saga chronicling the lives of four brothers who own the Caladelphia Ranch, the youngest of whom has a love affair with Nick, one of the ranch hands; or Lloyd Meeker, whose latest release with Wilde City Press is Enigma (A Russ Morgan Mystery), already queued up on my iPad.
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