“Love By the Numbers” takes the coming-out story and adds the realization that looks are often deceiving, subtracts the typical first-love scenarios, and in the process, multiplies our interest in – and sympathy for – Jared and Scott. The lives of the two protagonists are real and so are the problems they face in starting a relationshing and making it last. The forces set against them try to divide them. Love – and most of all – the bounds of loyalty will be tested. Their youth, insecurities, and the qualities of their familial relationships will go a long way in determining whether they pass or fail.
Kudos to the nth degree for Jade!!! She labored long and hard making these men just so and they are perfect renditions of the men in my new book “Refugees”…the sequel to “For the Heart of Phillip”….
Lovely, aren’t they?
Breaking barriers and giving expression to the gay community.
Hello, everyone! How is your March coming along?
Mine has improved quite a bit since I began working again, yay! It’s nice to have a bit of the green stuff again…thought I don’t get paid for over a week yet; it’ll be sweet when it begins again.
Another victory; passed a horrifically difficult accounting course at last! I finish my second full semester of being a grad student at the end of this month! Can’t believe how quickly time flies!
As for green…there is the wearin’ of the green! For all those who are Irish, or even just love green beer or leprechauns…St. Patrick’s Day is nearly here…week from Friday! I am happily 1/4 Irish, and let it show with my Irish flag, and perhaps a sip of something greenish that day…maybe tea? LOL
Last but not least…T-minus 16 days until my new book “Life After Math” hits the virtual shelves at Silver Publishing, (and all of their affiliates)! So excited!!!
Also, more sequels are on the way (May 26th is “Refugees”, the sequel to the drama-rich “For the Heart of Phillip”….picking up where it left off…I’m getting the cover done now, and it’s looking hot!
My Ranchers will be back in August and again in November…don’t worry folks, they ain’t gone for good!
That’s it for now…until next time!
S. L. Danielson