BDSM in a Lesbian World #authorcorner with Caitlin Ricci and Cari Z

Hi! Thanks for spending a little time today with me, Caitlin Ricci, and my co-author, Cari Z, as we talk about our new novel, Camellia. Today we wanted to talk a little bit about what dominance means to us since Camellia is a lesbian romance with BDSM aspects and we both feel that the idea … Continue reading BDSM in a Lesbian World #authorcorner with Caitlin Ricci and Cari Z

Brownie Points by Kelly Collins #authorcorner

  Title: Brownie Points Author: Kelly Collins Genre: Erotic Romance Publication Date: May 9, 2014 Tour Host: Dreams Come True Promotions   Fate has dealt Emma a tough hand. Her mother was violently ripped from her life at twelve years old. Since that day, she’s been on her own. With an absentee father, and no … Continue reading Brownie Points by Kelly Collins #authorcorner

#authorcorner Dominica Malcolm!

It is a great honor and privilege to interview Dominica Malcolm today!! I can't wait to share what we talked about! Tell us about yourself. Bio: Dominica Malcolm is the author of Adrift, a speculative fiction novel that follows pirate Jaclyn Rousseau in the 17th and 21st centuries. As with her novel, her writing tends … Continue reading #authorcorner Dominica Malcolm!

The Love that Dare Not Write Its Name? #authorcorner Tom Williams

I'm so excited for this guest post today! It's something that I've thought about multiple times, and I would like to add in one aspect that Tom does not mention. I think the scenario is slightly different for f/f books. Please read and comment on this fabulous post about the publishing industry and what it … Continue reading The Love that Dare Not Write Its Name? #authorcorner Tom Williams

Love’s Forbidden Flower — Diane Rinella

*** Please note: This is a New Adult Romance novel involving two siblings who struggle with their emotions. This is not a work of erotica.*** The heart cares not what society forbids. Lily nurtures a secret love for a flawless man—the one who is her soul mate. Donovan is gorgeous, charismatic, and delights in all … Continue reading Love’s Forbidden Flower — Diane Rinella

WIPpet Wednesday and NaNoWriMo update! November 6, 2013

Howdy! I have goodies for you! We have a WIPpet excerpt from Fallen from Grace (the one I have been doing), and we have a NaNoWriMo update!! Because the update is quicker, we'll start with that (don't ask me why I'm typing in the plural...I have no clue why). I was off to a slow … Continue reading WIPpet Wednesday and NaNoWriMo update! November 6, 2013

Grammar Wednesday: Word Mixups – Reek v Wreak

This is a rather easy one to figure out. One can wreak havoc with things that reek. =P Reek is a smell, nasty, but a smell nonetheless To wreak is a verb; it is something that someone does to something else. It is also not to be confused with "wreck," which I have actually seen … Continue reading Grammar Wednesday: Word Mixups – Reek v Wreak

Grammar Wednesday: Word Mixups – Then v Than

These are two that get mixed up ALL the time, and it annoys me to no end. They mean very different things and can completely change the reading of a sentence and what follows. EXAMPLES Rusty, the wonder kitten, scarfed down her food and then vomited it up. Rusty thought it was better to lounge … Continue reading Grammar Wednesday: Word Mixups – Then v Than

WIPpet Wednesday! Sept 11, 2013

So last week, I didn't get many comments. It was suggested that perhaps this was due to the small WIPpet that I posted. This week you'll get more. 20 paragraphs 9 + 11 = 20 of what immediately follows last weeks post. I haven't actually written anything in over a week *head desk* so finding … Continue reading WIPpet Wednesday! Sept 11, 2013

Grammar Wednesday: Word Mixups – Gentle v Genteel v Gentile

Here's a three-fer. Gentle means to be nice, to be kind and soft and comforting. Genteel means to be polite and respectable. Gentile is a person who was not a Jew in Biblical times. Someone who was not of the monotheistic faith.   EXAMPLES He was gentle when he brushed the tangles out of his … Continue reading Grammar Wednesday: Word Mixups – Gentle v Genteel v Gentile