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kINKED News and Notes

Anthologies, Fiction, kINKED, News, Reading, Uncategorized By March 14, 2017 Tags: , , , No Comments

kINKED, the newest Pen & Kink anthology is out today, including my story, Through Glass A Stranger. Eight stories that cross genres and heat levels, but all have two things in common: tattoos (ink) and kink. Our publisher has provided a handy Google+ page with excerpts from all the stories if you’d like to get a flavor of what’s there. Then,…

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Countdown to Release Day – And Giveaway

Anthologies, Fiction, kINKED By February 14, 2017 Tags: , , , , , No Comments

I’ve been calm so far, but as Release Day gets closer, the excitement is starting to tick up. My story, “Through Glass A Stranger,” is part of kINKED, a super-sexy anthology from editor Cori Vidae at Pen and Kink Publishing, available in March. The anthology includes genre-spanning stories, from SF/F to contemporary, but each has three things in common: Kink, Ink, and Erotic Romance. If…

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Writing Fiction In A Time Of Uncertainty

Writing By February 5, 2017 Tags: , , , No Comments

  I promise this isn’t a political post, although world events are the backdrop to my thoughts. There has been a great deal of conversation in writing circles about the almost universal inability to find our creative juices the last couple of months. For me, simply the act of writing fiction has felt…frivolous. And yet. Reading erotic romance can allow us to…

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Picturesque

Inspiration, Writing By January 23, 2017 Tags: No Comments

I’m lucky to live in a place where nature is my panoramic view. The mountains visible surrounding the city are an endless source of awe and wonder, but so are still waters and quiet forests. And yes, sometimes, if I’m very lucky, they pose for picturesque photos.

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New, and yet not

Inspiration By January 19, 2017 Tags: , No Comments

A quick hello, as I’m terrible at talking about myself. We writers spend a lot of time alone, even in a crowd, listening to the voices in our heads spill their secrets for us to write down. Sometimes the stories are darker or more erotic than people are comfortable with, so I’ll offer a beware, of sorts, and a NSFW warning,…

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