Archive | May, 2012

“Perpendicularity” featured in two reviews

31 May

Good news, chickens! Two Tickets to Paradise is slowly receiving reviews from various m/m book review sites (I find it always takes longer for people to get around to leaving their thoughts on anthologies… I guess coming up with distinct opinions on 10+ stories is time-consuming), and to my absolute delight, “Perpendicularity” has been singled out with some really sweet reviews. I’ll post others as I catch wind of them, but this is what’s been said so far…

“After just breaking up with his girlfriend, Kyle decided to go to the resort in France that they had planned on vacationing together… alone. When he wakes to the delicious smell of fresh baked bread, he goes to investigate where these yummy smells are coming from. There he meets Dylan, who is a beautiful young man with a sweet personality. Will Kyle’s vacation end up being the best vacation he’s ever had? I loved Dylan and Kyle. Both are unique and sexy characters that were easy to like. I enjoyed watching them flirt with one another as they got to know each other. I wish they had a longer story¸ because I hated to see this one come to an end. There is a definite HFN ending with a hope for more and I liked that.”

Top2BottomReviews (read the full post here)

“Kyle is an Olympic snowboarding champion in France for a tournament. What was supposed to be a romantic weekend turned into a solo trip. But one look at Kyle’s personal chef and he thinks he might be able to make time for a little romance. He and Dylan have a great friendship that leads to more and was super cute. I liked it. B+”

The Bookpushers (read the full post here)

That last one, while nice, unwittingly made me channel my mother as I thought, “B-plus? WHY NOT A-PLUS???” But knowing me, it’s also a challenge to do better next time!

New website, new look!

31 May

Hi and welcome to MalPeters.Com! For those of you who might have visited the old site, you will notice there have been a few changes around here. The information is mostly the same, but I was pretty tired of the old layout and wanted something a bit more professional looking. As much as I loved Google Sites for the ease of custom design and updating, it was a pain and a half to add blog-style posts (says the woman who is the worst for regular updates). Fortunately offers some snazzy layouts and some excellent customization options, so here we are! I hope you like the new look.