Speak Its Name – for readers and writers of GLBT historic romance

27 October, 2008 at 10:19 pm Leave a comment

As Erastes has put this in words so beautifully; I simply quote and add that Emma Collingwood will be there too, would love to see you ’round and have a chat and lots of fun. And a drink. But that goes without saying!

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It is with great pleasure that The Macaronis, purveyors of fine historical romance out of the closet, announce the grand opening of `Speak Its Name’ chat group

To be located at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SpeakItsN, this is a group for the enjoyment, discussion, and promotion of GLBT Historical Romance fiction. Discerning adults are most welcome to join us.

There will be a splendid inaugural celebration on Friday 31st October, where a dazzling array of authors – Lee Rowan, Alex Beecroft, Charlie Cochrane, Erastes, Mark Probst, Emma Collingwood and Margaret Leigh, to name but a few – will be on hand to ply you with wit, wisdom and goodies. Your attendance is most warmly anticipated. R.S.V.P.

By which we mean: Friday 31st October sees the grand opening of the Speak Its Name Yahoo group, for the enjoyment, discussion, and promotion of Gay Historical Romance fiction. Come and join The Macaronis for the celebrations – there’ll be authors, goodies and fun galore.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SpeakItsName

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You can already register now, though the group will not officially open its doors before Friday. Don’t be late for the party! 🙂

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