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suebrownstories
14 January 2014 @ 01:12 pm
This is the world of Sue's writing. In here she rambles about her boys, gives occasional round ups on WIPs, posts excerpts and gets extremely excited about very small things. You can purchase any of her published work by clicking on the book covers, this will lead you through the publishers. Feel free to ask questions, she doesn't bite - unless you ask nicely.
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suebrownstories
25 May 2011 @ 11:17 pm
I've moved over to Sue Brown's Stories. I won't be here any more. Please come over to say hello.
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suebrownstories
05 May 2011 @ 01:22 pm



I'm at Kool Queer Lit today, burbling about the Royals.
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suebrownstories
04 May 2011 @ 02:10 pm
To celebrate Dreamspinner's 4th birthday they have a whole load of amazing discounts in May here. not least of which is 20% off all my ebooks so stock up on Morning Report, Nothing Ever Happens, The Night Porter and Making Contact for even less!


 
 
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suebrownstories
03 May 2011 @ 09:45 pm
I'm visiting with author, Raine Delight, having a wee moan about the lack of love for M?M romance in bookshops.

Here I am.
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suebrownstories
30 April 2011 @ 12:56 pm
I have a book out today, Mr Plum, which you can buy from here from Torquere.

Here is the cover and blurb.




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suebrownstories
06 April 2011 @ 10:26 pm
I'm blogging over at Cup o'Porn today on the subject of Happy Ever Afters.
 
 
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suebrownstories
26 March 2011 @ 10:57 pm
I am freaking ecstatic to receive a 5+ review of Nothing Ever Happens from jessewave.

 
 
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suebrownstories
26 March 2011 @ 09:38 pm
Not too much to say at the moment. Writing has ceased to be while I am suffering with the essays of doom. I hope to be back on form in about a month.
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suebrownstories
25 March 2011 @ 11:27 am
As part of my interview Brief Encounters very kindly reviewed Sacrifice, in Making Contact, published by Dreamspinner. I was thrilled to receive a B+ for my first published story.

The review can be found here.

I liked Stane’s character as he finds himself drawn to Steven, but is prepared to follow-through on the sacrifice for the good of his people. However, once the sacrifice stopped he wanted to protect Steven and would never force him to do anything he was uncomfortable with. He was very gentle and caring warrior. You don’t get to know as much about Steven since this is all from Stane’s point of view, but you know he’s an honourable man willing to sacrifice himself for peace, and who has been keeping his sexuality a secret. On the whole, I was left with a good feeling when I finished, I was happy for Stane and Steven, two noble yet caring men, prepared to put their people first, when they got something good for themselves. I think fans of science fiction with an emphasis on emotion and romance will enjoy this story.


 
 
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