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Friday, November 9, 2012

Announcements And Others!

Welcome to BRB, sweeties! I hope that the weekend ahead is a fabulous one. The weather here has been absolutely lovely the last few days, which has provided a nice break from the rain. As for my FFAF today, I've got several weird and wonderful things I've decided to share with you.
To start... 
Remembrance Day is coming up this weekend.  In Canada, on November 11, we take the day to remember of our fallen soldiers. The poppy symbolizes those lost and buried in Flanders Fields, and well, today it's become a symbol of all the wars to date and all the men who have fought in those conflicts. So, this Sunday, I will post something special in tribute of my own ancestors and my fellow countrymen who fought and died to keep Canada free.
The Ideal Side of Love is ready! Finally, the editing is over. TISOL will be available on Smashwords and the book sites it distributes to, and Amazon etc to purchase on November 15! I will post the purchase links on the publication date!
The Romance Reviews are having their annual big ‘Year-End Splash Party’. I’m sure you’ve noticed the banner on my blog. To find out more about all the prizes and everything that will happen, click on the link.
Girl/Girl Scene Giveaway! 
QMO Magazine on behalf of Tucky Williams and ILDK Media is giving away 2 copies of Season 1 ‘Girl/Girl Scene’! For full details, and to enter to win, click on the link.
QMO Magazine has a blog, so if you’re interested in contributing, or adding your blog RSS feed, you can contact anders@queermagazineonline.com. You can also add books to the QMO Bookshelf or submit them for a review!
And last, but not least, I’m working on writing reviews for several yaoi I’ve read, and I will, in the near future, post an article on Sherlock. Yes, I am huge BBC fan, which includes British comedies, thrillers and dramas, and mysteries. I’ve been watching British programming since childhood. So, I thought I’d share some thoughts on the new series Sherlock, the American series Elementary, the classic The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and the Robert Downey Jr.’s Sherlock films! LOL
Anyway, that’s it for today!
Happy Yaoi Hunting!
Blak Rayne

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