Friday 11 March 2016

Who Is Lorene? Find out here #MM #LGBT #Fantasy #Romance #RPBP @pablomichaels1 #ASMSG #Bookboost

#MM #LGBT Romance Fantasy!

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Our guest blogger today is Pablo Michaels. Pablo is the author of MM #LGBT stories, such as this fantasy remake of 
"Jack and The Magical Beanstalk".

Author Pablo Michaels spins a tale of gay romance like no other!

Please enjoy this guest blog as we make our way further into the story with this character series, written
Pablo Michaels.

Last week we brought you "Who Is Jack?"

For those of you who aren't familiar with the book and the author, let's start out with the basics!
About The Author
Author Pablo Michaels
Pablo Michaels disguised himself as a shy, friendly heterosexual during his adolescence, fantasizing other males. Falling in love with another man his first year in college, he followed him to another university to maintain their platonic love, while he continued in his in studies. When he had his first sexual encounter with another man, just before turning twenty-one, he exploded into gay life with lust and anger. He attempted to live his new life naturally, seeking love, ignoring the statistics of the books he read on homosexuality in high school, and proving what he had read was wrong.
He wrote poetry and stories since third grade. When he turned twenty-one, he moved to San Francisco to work and write, experiencing more of gay life. In the 1980's he wrote every chance he had, trying and failing miserably at publishing mainstream fiction. He published his first story in 1986 in a literary magazine. read more...

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About The Book
In this adult fairy tale young, awkward, young Jack sells their prize cow Pearly White for magical beans to a strange man in a red bikini. Little does Jack’s mother, Lorene, know that the beans grow into a giant, magical beanstalk, high above the clouds?

Jack ascends the beanstalk to a land where a Giant Slave serves his larger Master, Jack begs Slave for food to satisfy his hunger from his long journey. But Jack finds Master hoarding treasures.

Attempting to escape the wrath of Master and Slave with the treasures, Jack encounters a handsome, engaging normal sized human man. Sam lives with others that live naturally without clothing deep in the forest. As Jack ages he becomes a handsome man, just like his father, attracting many men, including the two farmhands, Zeke and Adam.

Even though Jack has enabled the farm to prosper with the treasures he stole from Master and is met with increasing danger, he climbs the magical beanstalk again and again to find more treasures and pursue Sam.

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You Can Learn More About The Author & This Book by visiting:
Meet In The Middle Blog
Meet The Author
Book Showcase
The Interview With Reviewer Ray Sostre
The Interview With Reviewer Muffy Wilson
The Interview With Reviewer Angelica Dawson
The Interview With Reviewer Robin Barton
The Interview With Reviewer Elicia Stoll
The interview With Reviewer Gino Alfonso 

And Now, without further delay,
we present to you...
The next character segment of 
meet the characters from 
"Jack and The Magical beanstalk", 
"Who Is Lorene, Jack's Mother?"
written by 
​Pablo Michaels

Who Is Lorene?
She is the lead-in character to form the character of Jack. As an important character to understand how Jack becomes the man he is, the reader must be told about her through inferences. She essentially allows Jack to make his choices in life at an early age, guiding him when needed. Through her deep, lasting love for her husband and with Jack’s brief time with his father, Lorene chaperons her son’s path to his maturity, realizing himself as a man, likened after his father. When first introduced to Lorene, she is a young, beautiful woman who is at the county fair selling her prized pies. She eagerly rewards her protector, Bill, her future husband, who intervenes during an insulting interaction with a group of rowdy men, catcalling her with uncomplimentary remarks. She shows her appreciation, giving him one of her pies and invites him to dinner with her family. She comes from a simple family farm, one of three daughters and a brother. They live in a remote area on the other side of the county from Market and Bill’s house. After their courtship and marriage, they create a trust of deep love between each other. She cooks, cleans, and manages the house, often helping her husband in the fields on their farm. They acquire a cow, she calls Pearly White for the dominance of her white coat and bright, shiny teeth. She helps deliver Pearly White’s offspring, while Bill serenades them with his beautiful voice. His love songs bring their first child, Jack. Lorene makes sure her son develops a close bond with his parents, especially his father, insisting he work with him at an early age and be comfortable with the passionate love she and Bill share, not ashamed, if her son sees them naked or making love. They lose Bill from a lightning strike during a violent storm. When she discovers Bill dead, with her son at her side, she loses her pride and strength, breaking down in tears with the loss of the man she, deeply loved. With the loss of her husband, she must spend more time, working on the farm, keeping Jack at her side to help. Determined to give Jack an education, she homeschools him while they toil in the fields, travel, trade, and barter at Market. Although Jack is ridiculed for his gangly, awkward appearance, she teaches him the values to be wise, shrewd, and self-confident. She relies on him to become the man of the house, ever since Bill died. She answers any questions he has about his dad or anything he may ponder, valuing the concept to think for himself.

During their hardship to survive, when Jack trades Pearly White for five magic beans, she shows she is only human. She does not have the faith that Jack exudes over the magic in the beans. Her disbelief in the magic, gives Jack a chance to be independent. When Jack returns with a bag of gold coins, coming back down the magical bean stalk, she realizes her son is a believer in dreams and fantasies, of what life is about. She accepts that Jack is gay, not condemning him or showing any disapproval. Instead, she allows him to express himself freely, because he is acting, naturally. When Jack expresses his love for other men, she believes he will choose a life that will make him happy. She asks Jack to hire two men to help on the farm, allowing Jack to show his capability in managing the farm. She expresses her trust in the new farmhands to act as father figures, even though they are gay. She thinks they will be good role models, as exhibited by their hard work every day on the farm. She encourages her son to explore love with other men when he is ready. When Jack proves his capability of managing the farm, his mother relaxes more, feeling less obligated to do the work the men do. Beauty returns to her appearance without the hard work in the fields, she had to do when Jack was younger. When he returns with the chicken that lays gold eggs, she knows her son is stricken with love and but more importantly, has the ability to face fear and obstacles to be like the man his father was. When the farmhands ridicule his accomplishments high above in the sky, she listens to what he accomplished and believes he will always make the right choice for everyone on the farm. All of these traits, exhibit her accepting role as mother, allowing Jack to explore life on the farm and up the magical beanstalk

She has confidence in Jack in managing the farm when he offers raises to the farmhands and strives to improve the prosperity of the farm. When Jack returns with the man he loves, Sam, she is content with his choice in love, treating Sam as a second son. Lorene is a mother, who for the most part expresses unconditional love for her son, and trusts him to be the man he chooses to be. In her eyes he has become the reincarnation of her husband, especially when Jack brings the gold harp, singing love songs that remind her of her husband’s serenades. Although Lorene is content to cook and clean for the men, she spends her time reminiscing about her husband. The gold harp’s music is key to keeping Bill’s memory alive, bringing his voice back to her. She believes he is at her side forever, thanks to her brave son, Jack. She is proud to have raised Jack to become the man he is.
Thank you for joining us for this second segment of our character series with "Jack and The Magical Beanstalk". We hope you enjoyed this segment, "Who Is Lorene, Jack's Mother?" and will come back next Friday, the 18th day of March when we visit another character from the book, Jack and The Magical Beanstalk!

Who will it be next week? You'll have to come back and find out!!!

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  1. Thank youfor this great presentation of my character study of Jack's mother, Lorene. You are helping me spread the word about my book. I truly appreciate your help.

  2. It's an honor and a privilege!