Friday, April 6, 2018

2018 Autism Awareness Month Blog Hop

Hi and welcome to my tiny corner of the interweb! My name is V.L. Locey and I’m an MM romance author. I write mostly gay hockey, but I do dabble in non-sporty genres like contemporary and paranormal MM romance as well.

 I am thrilled and humbled to be able to participate in RJ Scott’s Autism Blog Hop again this year. Not only is RJ a wonderful person, she’s also my coauthor on the Harrisburg Railers MM hockey romance series. She’s a dear friend and a warm and loving human being with a wicked sense of humor and questionable taste in hockey teams. I kid! Mostly. *winks and waves New York Rangers flag*

The theme of the hop this year is hopes and dreams. There are a million hopes and dreams that I have for my loved ones and the world, but I’ll simply pick one so that we’re not here for hours. One of my biggest dreams is that someday people will be judged on who they are not who they love.

To help celebrate that dream of mine, I’ll be giving three hoppers a chance to score one of the gay romance back-list book shown below in digital form.

 To be entered, just leave me a comment about your favorite gay romances. Make sure you leave your contact information (email address) as I won’t be able to contact you if you win without it.

Autism Fact:  Some autistic people are non-verbal and communicate through other means. However, autism is a spectrum condition, so everyone’s autism is different.

Make sure to return to the master post over at RJ’s blog to visit all the participating authors blogs. Thanks so much for stopping by and good luck!

Skate hard and love deeply,



Tanja said...

Thank you for participating in RJ's Autism Awareness blog hop.

And happy birthday.

I have many favorite gay romance books, and the Harrisburg Railers books are among them. I love how you both make these men stand out and be themselves in a sport where being gay still is not accepted by all.

tankie44 at gmail dot com

booksandmore said...

thank you for taking part in the blog hop, V.L. I share your wish. I do hope some day people will be consedired the same, no matter how you think, live or love...
As for your question, I have as many favourite books as you can imagine. Some have become comfort reads, like Muscling Through by JL Merrow or Hottie Scotty and Mr. Porter by R. Cooper. Some are special because they were my first ones (like The Adrien English series by Josh Lanyon, or the Cut & Run one by Madelein Urban). Some impressed me deeply like Bitter Sweets by Justine Sebastian, or The Devil Lancer by Astrid Amara. Some are just perfect fantasies like The Rifter series by Ginn Hale or The Order series by Kasia Bacon....I better stop, but I can go on for ages.. LOL!

Karen Braund said...

Because of you I am looking forward to my very first hockey game in July. USA vs Canada being played in Brisbane, Australia.
Karen Braund

LeeAnn Pratt said...

This is a wonderful blog idea!
Your and Rj's books are the first I have ever read jockey related, therefore they are my favorites!!!

Ashley Aafedt said...

I've always loved reading my favorite tropes featuring M/M love. Some ofy favorite books are the Harrisburg Railers series, Kidnapped by the Pirate by Kiera Andrews, and pretty much every series by Annabeth Albert.

Ashley Aafedt

Jen CW said...

Thank you being part of the blog hop and your post on autism.
My favorite M/M books, there's so many. The Assassin/shifter series by Sandrine Gasq Dion, the Made Marian series by Lucy Lennox, AE Via's books, and many many more.

Cathy Brockman said...

Happy Birthday! I love most gay romance but I love cowboys, May/December nd suspense a lot.

laurie said...

thank you for participating in the blog hop. i do have several gay romance authors who's works that i adore. i most enjoy JL langleys with or without series and they are a regular go to books for me to re read


bn100 said...

no fav

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Anonymous said...

There are so many (and I know I'll forget a ton)! Damon Suede's HOT HEAD is my favorite so far, but I also love Eden Winters' DIVERSION series, Lynn Lorenz's THE BEST VACATION THAT NEVER WAS, Clare London's SAY A LITTLE PRAYER...

--Trix, vitajex(at)Aol(Dot)com

H.B. said...

Thank you for taking part in the hop! My favorite gay romance? I have many but I'll keep it really short: A Matter of Time by Mary Calmes, All for the Game trilogy by Nora Sakavic, Home series by Cardeno C., THIRDs series by Charlie Cochet and A Kind of Romance by Lane Hayes.
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