With regard to writing, I believe that the last comma in a list has value and should be retained, that everyone should understand the difference between 'loose' and 'lose', and that "should of" is a bastardization of "should've" and that there is no reason why those two words should ever be next to each other, unless they are thoroughly separated by a comma.
My novels, End of the Trail, Above All, The Devil in Dead Horse, and Montana Red are currently available from Manifold Press."
Montana Red won a 2013 Rainbow Award as Best Gay Historical Romance. Randy won a 2014 Rainbow Award as Best Gay Historical.
Montana Red by Jane Elliot
Publisher: Manifold Press (September 27, 2013)
Amazon Kindle: Montana Red
It’s out of the frying-pan and into the fire on the day Henry first meets Red. He’s happy enough at first to be having sex with a man – Heaven knows, it’s better than what he’s running away from! – but it isn’t too long before Red’s sexual extravagances are driving the two of them apart. It’s only when Henry’s trying to manage on his own again that he at last begins to achieve a little perspective – on inversion in general, on himself in particular, and even on his relationship with Red. That’s when he starts to wonder if maybe there isn’t a way back for them after all, but this time it will definitely have to be on his terms …
Randy by Jane Elliot
Publisher: Manifold Press (September 1, 2014)
Amazon Kindle: Randy
Approaching middle age, Garrison Gaines is aware that all his humble hopes for the future have crumbled into dust. He’s travelling through the vast Unorganized Territories of the central United States when his path crosses that of Randy Everett, a young man who dreams of great adventures in exotic far-away locales – and, while no one can accurately predict the future, one thing is quite certain: that neither man will walk away from the encounter completely unaffected.
More Rainbow Awards at my website: www.elisarolle.com/, Rainbow Awards/2013 & 2014
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