Blogiversary Guest Post: Alpha Males Part 2: The Good, The Bad, and The Alpha by Alexandra Richland

In honor of our Blogiversary, Alexandra Richland (author of StarlightGilded Cage and Frontline) has drafted two guest posts related to a subject near and dear to a reader’s heart – the Alpha Male.

The first installment discussed the traits that make the Alpha Male such an attractive and desirable character. If you missed that post, you can read it here.

This second installment discusses the paths Alpha Males follow – the heroic and the anti-heroic.

*fans self*

Many thanks to Alexandra for her insights and for providing well-developed examples in the gorgeous forms of Trenton Merrick, the Alpha Male in her novel Frontline and Aidan Evans, the Alpha Male in her story, Starlight.

You can find Alex on twitter here

Enjoy!

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Blogiversary Guest Post: Alpha Males Part 1: Alpha Assets by Alexandra Richland

In honor of our Blogiversary, Alexandra Richland (author of Starlight, Gilded Cage and Frontline) has drafted two guest posts related to a subject near and dear to a reader’s heart – the Alpha Male.

This first installment discusses the traits that make the Alpha Male such an attractive and desirable character.

*fans self*

Many thanks to Alexandra for her insights and for providing a well-developed example in the gorgeous form of Trenton Merrick, the Alpha Male in her novel, Frontline.

You can find Alex on twitter here

Enjoy!

This and That…

Today I wanted to discuss and share  a little of this and that…some quickie thoughts if u will. Altho I must confess I don’t normally advocate for quickies…sometimes a quickie is just what you need…for the moment 😉

Titles – When I first started doing reviews and other posts one of the hardest things for me to do was come up with a title. I knew I wanted it to be something catchy, and I wanted it to be something that would make people want to read whatever it was. Reviews don’t really lend themselves to that however, unless I want to make it so long it takes up 2 lines…Problem with that is I never liked how it looked at the top of the post. A secondary problem is that it makes the link sooooooooooooo long. I kind of gave up being creative on that, and pretty much just stick with the standard book blogger format, boring tho it may be.

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