May 26th, 2012

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GayRomLit Ebook Giveaway: Brita Addams - A Minute after Midnight

I asked to all the authors joining the GayRomLit convention in Albuquerque in October (http://gayromlit.com/authors.php) a personal favor, a special Ebook Giveaway: every 2 days I will post 1 book from each author, and among those who will leave a comment, I will draw a winner. Very easy and very fast ;-) I will send a PM to the winner, so remember to not leave anonymous comments!

And the ebook giveaway goes to: veggieg, please contact me

Today author is Brita Addams (http://britaaddams.wordpress.com/)

A Minute after Midnight (Timeless Desire) by Brita Addams
Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing, LLC (October 11, 2011)
Amazon Kindle: A Minute after Midnight (Timeless Desire)

A fateful decision haunted Logan Chalmers for years. A high school reunion brings Reid Wright back to the old hometown, but will Reid even remember Logan or has he moved on to the bright future they were to share?

Following the rejection of the man he'd loved for most of his life, Reid moved away to seek his fortune. The hurt and anger allowed him to move on, but years later, only thoughts of Logan could bring him back for the reunion – that, and timeless desire.
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Coming Soon: August (2011) Directed By Eldar Rapaport

Actors: Daniel Dugan, Murray Bartlett, Adrian Gonzalez
Directors: Eldar Rapaport
Studio: Wolfe Video
DVD Release Date: August 14, 2012
Run Time: 105 minutes
Amazon: August (2011)

AVAILABLE ON DIGITAL AND VIDEO ON DEMAND JULY 3 – AND ON DVD AUGUST 14

“A very sexy film about the perils and pleasures of reuniting with one’s ex.” — Gary Kramer, Frontiers Magazine

On the verge of his 30th birthday, Jonathan (Daniel Dugan) is torn between the domestic comfort of his life with Raul (Adrian Gonzalez) and the torrid pleasures of an affair with his super sexy ex-boyfriend Troy (uber hot Murray Bartlett).

One of the steamiest gay movies of the year, August sensitively unfolds this triangle of desire and emotion in the midst of a classic Hollywood heat wave. An irresistible gay romantic drama!



“Tonally and texturally, (director) Rapaport conveys myriad layers of truth, trust, love and lust… A strong but subtle directorial hand.” — Dennis Harvey, Variety

“Must see film of Outfest.” — Greg Hernandez, Frontiers Magazine

“A very sexy film about the perils and pleasures of reuniting with one’s ex.” — Gary Kramer, Frontiers Magazine

“Compelling.” — LA Weekly

“Heat is generated in more ways than one in this highly tuned romantic drama. The acting is superb, and the film is beautifully photographed. Director and writer Eldar Rapaport has crafted an intelligent, well-written, realistic circle of characters.” — Edge Magazine
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Coming Soon: Leave it on the Floor (2011) directed by Sheldon Larry

Actors: Ephraim Sykes, Phillip Evelyn, Andre Myers, Miss Barbie-Q
Directors: Sheldon Larry
Studio: Wolfe Video
DVD Release Date: August 14, 2012
Run Time: 107 minutes
Amazon: Leave it on the Floor (2011)

AVAILABLE ON DIGITAL AND VIDEO ON DEMAND JULY 24, AND DVD AUGUST 14

From Beyonce’s creative team!

Featuring music by Beyonce music director Kim Burse, and choreography by Beyonce dance master, Frank Gatson Jr., this exuberant musical directed by Sheldon Larry was inspired by the “vogueing” sensation featured in the 1990 documentary Paris Is Burning, and is an ode to the wild, funky and heart-aching life of this underground subculture.

Thrown out of his home by his dysfunctional mother, Brad (Ephraim Sykes) steals her car and travels into Los Angeles where, through a chance encounter, he stumbles into a noisy raucous, chaotic event and meets the ragtag members of the struggling House of Eminence. Initially only looking for a place to sleep (and perhaps someone to sleep with), Brad ends up engaging with the colorful members of the house led by the indomitable house mother Queef Latina (Barbie-Q), herself an aging ball-legend and the fierce protectrice of her family. Laughter, tears, sex sirens, and butch queens up in pumps ensue and remarkably, Brad ends up finding an extraordinary home and loving, caring family in this, the strangest of places.



“FIVE STARS! A backstage musical with fire in its belly.” – Box Office Magazine

“Demands to be seen for Frank Gaston, Jr.’s high energy choreography, its fabulous costume designs, and Kimberly Burse’s kickass score. . . will blow your socks off.” – Huffington Post

“Leave it on the Floor explores a vibrant urban underground culture . . . offering positive, high-energy escapism.” – Variety

“Dazzling . . . colorful . . . vibrant choreography thanks to Beyonce’s choreographer Frank Gaston . . . great beats and glamorous attitude.” – Indiewire

“A good-hearted joyride.” – The Hollywood Reporter