[James Buchanan] LAYING GHOSTS reviewed Joyfully Reviewed

Thursday, May 16, 2013

James Buchanan has posted a new item, 'LAYING GHOSTS reviewed Joyfully Reviewed'

With an unusual hero, great characters, and an interesting storyline, Laying Ghosts is a great read. Anyone who hasn't read this series ought to pick up the first book ASAP.

via LAYING GHOSTS by James Buchanan | Joyfully Reviewed.



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[James Buchanan] NLA-I Winners Announced

Saturday, May 11, 2013

James Buchanan has posted a new item, 'NLA-I Winners Announced'

National Leather Association: International, a leading organization for activists in the pansexual SM/leather community, announced the winners for excellence in literary works in SM/leather/fetish writing published in 2012 at its Annual General Meeting in Oklahoma City, OK on May 3-5, 2013 and held during Tribal Fire. The judges received a greater number of nominations this year than ever before and judging in most categories was quite difficult with such exemplary pieces of writing..

Winners of the Geoff Mains Non-fiction Book Award are Lee Harrington and Mollena Williams for "Playing Well With Others: Your Field Guide to Discovering, Exploring and Navigating the Kink, Leather and BDSM Communities." Honorable mention in this category goes to Tristan Taormino (ed.) for "The Ultimate Guide to Kink: BDSM, Role Play and the Erotic Edge."

In the John Preston Short Fiction category, the winner is Annie Cox for “Muriel” (Pink Flamingo Press). Honorable mention for short story goes to I.G. Frederick & Patrick for “"Aunt" Grace” (Smashwords Edition).

Winner of the Samois Anthology Award is Elizabeth Coldwell (ed.), “LIPSTICK LOVERS” (Xcite Books). The honorable mention goes to Wes Royal (ed.), for “Whatever Lola Wants (and Other Wicked Tales)” (FDC Publication).

Victorious in the Pauline Reage Novel category is L. M. Somerton for “The Portrait’ (Total-E-Bound). The judges were unable to concur on second place honors this year with 27 novels submitted for consideration. Honorable mentions therefore go to The Masters of Falcon’s Fantasies by Cassidy Browning & Reggie Alexander (Siren Publishing), Power Exchange by A. J. Rose (Voodoo Lily Press), Eve Portrait of Submission by Steve Maser (Pink Flamingo Publications), Beyond the Edge by Elizabeth Lister (MLR Press) and A Forbidden Love by Lee Dorsey (Pink Flamingo Publications).

The winner of the Cynthia Slater Non-fiction Article Award for the second year in a row is Mollena Williams, this time for “On Collars And Closure and Owning Myself” which appeared in her blog The Perverted Negress at http://www.mollena.com/. Ms. Williams also earned second place in this category for “Digging in the Dirt – The Lure of Taboo Role Play", which appeared in Tristan Taormino's (ed.) "The Ultimate Guide to Kink: BDSM, Role Play and the Erotic Edge" (Cleis Press).

Nominations for literary works published in 2013 will open late this year.

Congratulations to all who won and thank you to all who entered!


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[James Buchanan] Deputy Joe's Utah Dialect: hear it

Tuesday, May 07, 2013

James Buchanan has posted a new item, 'Deputy Joe's Utah Dialect: hear it'

One of the things I often read in reviews of The Deputy Joe series is that “nobody talks like that,” referring to Joe’s dialect in the story.

Well, meet Waldo Wilcox, rancher …he’s first at about the 2min marker. He’s from the Green River area which is about as isolated as where Joe lives although being more east and north. Panguitch is located more towards the southern end of the state and almost dead center east to west. You can see Green River on the map here and then look for Bryce Canyon down and left.

Should you be as big of a geek as I am, you can go to American English Dialects which is attempting to record, find news recordings on places like YouTube, and map the various dialect variation in the United States.



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