After reading this fascinating and insightful article from Patricia I am eager to get reading Hadrian's Rage, a book I believe will be an important piece of literature for the understanding of sexual orientation and the growth of humanity.
What guys do you think if this societal perception were to be reversed today? Let's discuss in the comments!
Thank you so much to Rachel from Authoright for inviting me on this blog tour, and I'm looking forward to checking out the rest of the posts on the tour!
Click here for the synopsis to Hadrian's Rage.
Patricia Marie Budd was born and raised in Saskatchewan, Canada. In her early twenties she studied mime in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (1983/84) and then later renewed her interest in physical theatre by studying with Phillip Gaulier in London, England (1996/7). As a result of her extensive training in drama much of Patricia Marie Budd's writing is theatrical in nature. Patricia has self-published three novels thus far: A New Dawn Rising, Hell Hounds of High School and the highly acclaimed Hadrian's Lover. Patricia's fourth novel Hadrian's Rage, will be released May 3, 2016. Her current residence is in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada where she has been teaching high school English since 1991.