May Advertisers

Time again to thank this month’s advertisers, who fund my Epic Postage Budget, hosting fees and various other projects. Without them, this site wouldn’t be as hot pink. I’ve also received email from people asking me to look up an advertisement from a previous month so they could buy the book they saw featured, so here are the advertisers in convenient entry format.

Thank you for advertising with us, and thank you for supporting our advertisers!

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    Anony Miss says:

    Remember that movie, ‘Manniquin,’ where the hero keeps getting caught in an amorous embrace with a department store dummy?

    Yeah.

    Maybe “The Devil In Disguise” has the same plot? Cause it has the same image! Cadaverous, I tell ya.

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    H. Vert says:

    Lol, Anony Miss, good call on the cadaver/mannequin cover image!  I just figured it was a paranormal and she was the vampire. :D

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    Kerry Allen says:

    I wish somebody would have airbrushed away the belly vein on the cover of Uniform Appeal. So much nekkidness, and all I can think about are training videos about parasitic worms.

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    crow girl says:

    I LOVE me some pale men, but when I look at that Cowboy Heat cover … I keep hoping that the guy is wearing SPF50.

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    Amanda C says:

    Oh no no no, Kerry Allen! I have to respectfully disagree, bulging groin veins shows how much manliness he’s got. It’s bulging!

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    Isobel Carr says:

    Happy to help a bitch out. *grin*

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    henofthewoods says:

    Do you ever find yourself reading a sentence of one ad and then a sentence from another trying to cobble them into one book?

    The weather is hot in Texas, a blood thirsty cartel, uncovering secrets that threaten a kingdom, ripe for pleasure with a negligee and a uniform. The Black Dagger Brotherhood has approved this novel.

    It happens most with the ones that flash through different screens, my brain wants to make the sentences follow logical order instead of accepting that the ads are all separate.

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