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This site is the home of books by Andrew Ashling,
author of Epic Fantasy – Gay Fiction novels
All my novels contain male on male action, often very explicit. You could call them gay, slash, yaoi, m/m-romance, though none of those terms define them accurately. I like to think of them as Epic Fantasy – Gay Romance. If you’re still reading beyond this point, this means you consider yourself to be a responsible individual. That’s good enough for me.
You can find my books in Kindle format on Amazon, in epub-format on Kobo and Barnes & Noble, in epub and mobi-format on ARe and on this website in the eShop, and in iBook format on iTunes. There are some sample chapters of the first book of the Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse-series. You can also read some excerpts of later books from the series.
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You can read a free story, Lee-Lack’s Gold, set in the world of the Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse on this site. You’ll find it in the Main Menu, last item, Free Fiction.
There is a page, dedicated to where I hang out on the Internet.
Besides information about my books, I have three kinds of posts.
- News is exactly what is says: short announcements of a more practical nature. This is the most recent one: Twenty-fourth installment of Lee-Lack’s Gold published from 2015-11-27.
- Blog-posts are short pieces, mostly related to my writing. This is the last one: eFestival of Words 2015: Finalists announced from 2015-07-13.
- Articles are longer posts about something that caught my interest. They have, I hope, a broader scope and are less susceptible to becoming dated soon. Of Bullies and Bitter Weeds from 2011-07-01 is the only one up until now. As you can see, it was written some time ago.