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AJ Llewellyn - Guest author feature

Where do you write? Do you have a specific place where you work every day? Do you go to your favorite coffee house and people watch as you write? Do you have a huge home office? Do you have a tiny, poky desk shoved up against a corner somewhere? Do write at the kitchen table when everybody’s gone to bed?

AJ Llewellyn - Guys Like Romance Too feature

Hi there, my name is A.J. Llewellyn and I’m addicted to fairies.
 
Yes, I am. Ever since I was a kid I’ve been obsessed with them. I have countless books about them and a sizable collection of fairies ranging in height, size, and um, beauty. I have skinny ones, fat ones, even a drunken one, but more about that in a moment.

A.J. Llewellyn - BTSe Mag feature

One of the things rarely addressed in romantic fiction but of obsessive interest for me, is who pays for dinner on that first date? The protocol of paying is a tricky subject for single people – gay or straight – and when I broached the subject recently with friends, I was surprised by the reactions I got.

A.J. Llewellyn - Cara Sutra feature

I am totally stoked to be here at the Cara Sutra blog. I’ve been reading some excerpts posted by other authors and I am fanning myself from the e-flames! There are some hot story tellers out there…

I have over 200 romance novels published, many of them with the awesome Totally Bound. I’ve got loads of free material to share with you, including some steamy excerpts, so let’s get this party started!

A.J. Llewellyn - Exclusive Author feature for The Mediator

This book is a revamp, did you enjoy the opportunity to revisit and rework a previously published work?

I can’t tell you how happy I was to revisit this book since it was originally contracted as a Sexy Snax. I always wanted to expand on it, especially the lead character, Icarus Smith and his search for true love.

A.J. Llewellyn - Blog Tour Stop with Queertown Abbey

It’s no secret that I used to be a boxing writer. Long before I started writing romance novels, I covered the sport of boxing for a few magazines and boxing websites. I loved it. For me, the interesting part about writing my stories was finding out why boxers took up the sport. It didn’t matter if the guy in question was some anonymous kid in the corner of the gym pounding the heavy bag, or if he was a world champion.

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