Why I Love Waiters (Why I Love… #2) by T.A. Chase
Cover Artist: Anne Cain
Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words is happy to host T.A. Chase today sharing thoughts on her novel, Why I Love Waiters.
Hello! T.A. Chase here and I’m happy to be a guest blogger here today. Some of you might know this already, but I write gay romance. I’m supposed to be talking about the re-release of my book, Why I Love Waiters, available at Dreamspinner Press. It’s the second in my Why I Love series.
When I first wrote Waiters, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell had just been repealed and John was struggling with what it meant to live as an openly gay soldier. He’d been admiring Heath from afar and really had to make the decision of whether he was going to go after what he wanted or stay hidden until he got out of the military.
Now we do know that most people who serve in our military—and anywhere really—don’t care what sex the person you love is. Love is love and it’s important to accept it for that very reason. But there are people who can’t see beyond the sex of the significant other and John knew that.
In the military, there is
T.A. Chase lives in the Midwest with her neurotic but still wonderful senior cat. She believes there is beauty in every kind of love, so why not live a life without boundaries? Experiencing everything the world offers fascinates T.A., and writing about the things that make each of us unique is how she shares those insights. When not writing, she’s watching movies and reading. She’s also a part of a line-dancing group that takes over a bar on Tuesday nights and entertains at assisted living homes. It’s all about living life to the fullest.
She loves hearing from fans. But don’t be too upset if she doesn’t get back to you right away. Life has a way of making her lose track of days and hours. Don’t worry, though. You will hear back at some point.