Sexy blond guy on a boat; it’s Fourth of July …

Hi, friends and readers:

It’s the Fourth of July, and all across the country shirtless guys are hopping onto boats and hitting the water for a little aquatic fun. People are firing up their grilles and reaching into coolers for cold beer. And don’t forget the fireworks after sundown. Ka-boom!

It’s a uniquely American holiday, one I’ve always enjoyed. It’s all about informality and reminding ourselves how lucky we are to live in the United States. Sure, our country’s not perfect; we have many problems and our people disagree on any number of issues. But it’s still a great place.

My dinner out last night was really good; we enjoyed ourselves. But I was home in bed by 10:30 PM, and I slept in this morning, too. I think I may have finally put my jet lag from Berlin behind me. I’ll spend my day working on Dodging A Pearl edits, and maybe I’ll take a walk on the beach if it’s not too warm down there.

Cover art for my new book, Flawed Boys, was finalized yesterday. The book will be released by Noble Romance Publishing on July 7th, which is this coming Thursday. I’ll announce the release on the blog and post a bit of information about the book, along with a link to the Noble website where you can buy Flaed Boys if you are interested.

Tonight, I’m attending a neighborhood, Fourth of July party. Everyone brings food and drink. After we dine, we’ll visit the  beach to watch public fireworks, then we’ll return to our hosts’ home, where certain neighbors will produce their own fireworks displays, firing the rockets over the Intracoastal Waterway. It’s always fun.

Wherever you are, have a great time on this unique holiday.

One thought on “Sexy blond guy on a boat; it’s Fourth of July …

  1. I have been habituating a visit to your blog for a daily dose of good sense and hope, and the idea that blogs and internet may give one a sense of community. In my high school, 45 years ago, there was no “gay community”. To have gay feelings was a solo gig to be sure. Now I may read your blog, with the sense that the community is not bound by high school walls or monopoly board type segregated neighborhoods, but by a deeper sense of what’s right in life about sharing and supporting people who just want a chance – a chance to be accepted and have an expansive, growing happiness. Thank you for all your writing.

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