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Lieutenant Peter Thorton of the 18th century British navy must struggle to come out gay while surviving storms at sea ship to ship battles duels kidnapping and in his quest for true love and honor The Sallee Rovers Book One of The Pirates of the Narrow Seas Trilogy is an expertly crafted swashbuckler brimming with authentic detail and fully realized portraits of life at sea written by a tall ship sailor and internationally acclaimed poet


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    Not a review Author commentaryI'm a fan of nautical fiction and got tired of the mainstream novels without gay characters or when they did setting them up as nasty little incompetent minor characters whose sole reason for existence was to get knocked down by the big manly straight hero A couple of years ago I got disgusted and said I'm a writer I'll write one for my own amusement It snowballed from thereI started off with the standard formula of the genre we meet our hero He gets his orders He finds his ship He meets his fellow officers The difference was Lt Peter Thorton was gay and he had a hopeless secret crush on his best friend and fellow lieutenant Roger Perry That gave the material an interesting and different twist and it's hard to be interesting and different in a genre that's been published for 250 years In the beginning I thought that some how he and Perry were going to make it work but they didn't Captain Bishop was a rat bastard and made Thorton's life miserable ultimately stranding him aboard a sinking galley And who did Thorton find chained to a bench? Captain Tangle the most notorious corsair of the age condemned to death in the galleys Tangle sprang fully grown from my head and did his damnedest to take over the story At first I simply wrote and didn't worry about history I was entertaining myself I showed it to a friend who loved it I showed it to some other friends who loved it And some found it a cure for insomnia and never finished it It appears to be the sort of book that either you love or it puts you to sleep That's the case for any book really I was now getting hooked on the fact that other people liked it so I posted the draft to fictionpresscom People there liked it too and it won a Sweet Revolution Award in the category of 'best full cast' Some reviewers even said This is so good I feel like I ought to be paying money for itOh the temptationHowever the thing was for fun and having published books before I knew that getting published marketing etc was a lot of hard work I didn't want it to be work I did send some queries got turned down shrugged walked away and came back I happen to be a successful poet who has edited and published journals and books and non fiction I also had two dear friends that have a hard time reading online stuff so I decided to do it up as a print on demand book so that I could give them trade paperbacks as a gift As long as I'm doing that I might as well get an ISBN and sell it to the general public Once that happened it got good reviews and Bristlecone Pine Press picked up the entire series to publish as ebooks Before all that happened Peter Thorton fell in love So I had to write the second book And the third And the fourth More characters appeared What to do about Bishop? That was actually the hardest thing to figure out but I'm quite satisfied with what happens to him in PoNS 2 Captain Tangle reappears and meets his match in the dour Captain Ebenezer Horner Horner was my ripoff of Horatio Hornblower but I thought Hornblower had way too much good luck to be believed so poor Horner may well be the unluckiest captain in the British navy He is a very different personality as a result I won't reveal any spoilers We find out his story in PoNS 3 Iron Men New characters keep appearing I do my best to make them each unique and different true to themselves whatever that may be mad duke bookish hero charming rogue there are so many different sorts of people in the world There ought to be different sorts of people in fiction They come from all different races ethnicities religions and backgrounds I have tried to make them as real as possible while creating an adventure tale that is sheer swashbuckling funI hope you enjoy themK