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Announcement: Spooky Ginger Love, by Kendall Morgan

Spooky Ginger Love, Kendall MorganToday we have an announcement from QSFer Kendall Morgan:

Keith Norwood, a handsome African-American gay bear, came to Camp You-Mee’s Bears Haunted Halloween Boo-Nanza Extravaganza for some cheesy holiday thrills and a little ass. A fan of the one-night stand, he thought all he wanted was to get laid. The camp’s cute assistant manager with a fantastic butt was Keith’s first choice.

Instead, he loses his way in the haunted woods. He finds his way and himself with the help of Ronnie Gans, a big, friendly, hairy redhead, who is unlike any one-night stand Keith has ever had.


Q&A

Q: What was your inspiration for Spooky Ginger Love?

A: We love writing about bears–big, hairy guys–and the paranormal. Halloween is coming up. We wanted to write a story incorporating all of the above.

Q: Why ginger?

A: Redheads have more fun.

Q: What was the most challenging part of writing Spooky Ginger Love?

A: This is our first ghost story. It was challenging figuring out how to write a sex scene involving a ghost while avoiding cliches.

Q: What makes your story different from every other gay romance out there?

A: There is a happy ending. Our main character does get his man, but it’s not the man he thought he wanted or thought he would get.

Q: Will you write more stories featuring bears?

A: Absolutely. Bears are fun!


Buy Links

Published October 5 by Tulabella Ruby Press.

Smashwords link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/480353
Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Spooky-Ginger-Love-Kendall-Morgan-ebook/dp/B00NZLCVVM


About the Author

Kendall Morgan is the pen name of an interracial lesbian couple living in the American Midwest. They started writing gay male erotic romance stories in the early ’90s but only gay male porn magazines would publish them. They’re so glad things have gotten more respectable and the readership more broad. They love flipping stereotypes and challenging themselves to write characters that are ever further from who they are. They hope you enjoy their stories. They certainly love writing them.

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