Sunday, July 31, 2011


Welcome to Andy Dunn's Stop

on the

Aspen Mountain Press Anniversary Blog Tour.

I hope you are enjoying your tour, and getting to know lots of New Authors so I guess now is a good time for me to shamelessly promote my book.

But I Never Said I Didn't Love You is a story about a newly divorced gay man encouraged to go out and find himself.

Callum should have come out years ago, but getting married seemed like the better idea. When his coworker Brian begins to flirt with him, Callum starts to question his earlier decision. Shortly after his divorce, Callum and Brian start dating. Nothing serious. Just a laugh and a pint or three at the pub.

Even though he's uncertain how strong his feelings are for Callum, Brian encourages him to see other guys. This backfires in a rather unexpected way. Callum meets his second boyfriend Simon. Simon might just be a better suitor - he's a bit more romantic and a lot less brash than Brian.

To read an excerpt Click here.

Okay Contest time to win a copy of my Book please comment on what was the most unexpected dating advice you have ever been given. Winners will be choosen on Monday August 8th. For all the Blog Tour Rules check out the main Blog.

Next up on the AMP Blog Tour is the AMP Author Website where you can get to know the authors and their characters. You can also chime in on what the best barbecue in the world is.

Click here to Continue on your Tour.


  1. Next stop on the Blog Tour

  2. Hi Andy,
    your books sounds intriguing..whethers it's M/F, F/F, M/M, everyone encounters the same problem in life and in love. Congratulations on your release. Continued blessings.

    Vanessa A Johnson, Red Rose Publishing Author
    Uncommon Bond (2011)
    Sacrifices In the Name of Love (2010)

  3. Congrats on your debut, Andy! As Vanessa said, sounds like many dating issues transcend gender boundaries :) Thankfully it's been years since I last dated, and I've mercifully forgotten any advice, unexpected or otherwise ;)

    f dot chen at comcast dot net

  4. Oh, I'm a sucker for m/m contemporary romance, and this sounds too fun to pass up! I loved the excerpt, and there's just something incredibly sexy when two men dance. Viki

  5. Oya! Dating advice...we've been married 30 years this month...I can't remember any dating advice...can't remember dating either!! ;) LOL

    Your book sounds really interesting, Andy. Congrats on your new release!!

    thewildtwo [@] sbcglobal [dot] net

  6. would love to check out your books!
    marajbrandon at earthlink dot net

  7. Hmm, how about "He who cares the least controls the most"?

    Robin D
    robindpdx (at) yahoo (dot) com

  8. The most unexpected dating advice I was ever given was from a lady who worked close to me. The man working 2 doors down had been asking me out constantly (imagine church boy innocent look) & I had already told him I was through with men... period. She told me to go out with him dressed as skimpy (think slutty) as I could.
    Right... turns out he was just as naughty as I am and we have been married for 10 years! lol
    Happy Birthday AMP~