Massive Makeover!

If you’re one of the thousands… Okay, TWO! Alright? Satisfied? If you’re one of the TWO whole people who pay attention to this site regularly, you might have noticed a few changes, and there’ll be a lot more in the near future! First of all, I changed the layout of the Home Page here on my site, along with some of the content. Go check it out and let me know what you think! The blog is way past due to be revamped, including the sadly outdated sidebar.  And, no more huge chunks of time with nothing here but crickets! In other words, back to some semblance of a blogging schedule. I’m going to add a couple of new pages to the site and possibly take a couple down to eliminate redundancy. Hell, I might even use a couple of the cool plugins I’ve found. But the biggest change will be… … Continue reading

Catching Up, News, New Releases & More

Between a Hubby with bronchitis, 3 tiny boys with a stomach virus, battling a week-long migraine, and trying to help my Mom a little, I haven’t had a great deal of time left over for writing. Which meant blogging was one of the first cuts I made. Hopefully, at least some of that is resolved now, because I’m sooo over cleaning up buckets of vomit. B} Who The Hell Won? The first order of business: the winners of the Tight Spaces Release Tour Giveaway. Ashley Anne Applebee, LaNan Ray, and Carin Walker won copies of Tight Spaces. I’ll email all of you with information. Safe Heart Release On November 1st, I very quietly released the first book in the Blood Dragon series: Safe Heart. A blog tour and launch party are in the planning stages – I’ll announce more as plans are finalized. In the meantime, pick up a copy! Buy Safe Heart … Continue reading

Blogs Are Lovely Things, Aren’t They?

Imagine my surprise when, the other day, I get a comment on my post Kenra Daniels’ #SixSunday – Yet Another Title announcing that I’ve been tagged with the Lovely Blog Award! Many thanks to Sunni Morris at Surviving Life for my very first Blog Award!   What is the Lovely Blog Award? Rules for the Lovely Blog award are to thank the blogger who nominated you, give seven facts about yourself, post the blog award badge on your site, and nominate 11 noteworthy blogs, notifying them you did so.  So, here we go: 1. I have a chronic illness that results in massive pain and gradually worsening nerve damage. 2. Hubby and I were married 6 weeks after we met, having spent a total of 10 days together when he could get weekend passes from Fort Knox. 3. Growing up, I loved horses – more than most girls who love horses. I … Continue reading

Love Scenes & Wet Dreams & Other Things

Recently, my friends and critique partners, Azure Boone and Jennifer James, and I decided to to start a group blog. The general idea was for it to be a place where we could jointly promote our work, talk about things important to us, things we find funny, and just generally be a little silly. And so, the idea for Love Scenes & Wet Dreams, a.k.a. LSWD, was born. We have several ideas for the blog, some of which will take a while to implement. For now, we’ll all incredibly busy, between writing and raising our families, and we don’t have as much time to devote to it as we’d like. So, we’re concentrating on the basics, getting everything situated the way we’d like and building content. When we have time to catch our breath, we’ll switch up the focus to getting some different things going. Right now, Azure has up a … Continue reading

The Myth Of Multiples (Orgasms, That Is)

*WARNING: The following post is a frank discussion of sexual practices and situations some might find offensive. If you are under 18, or find such discussions objectionable, please explore my other posts and pages.* That’s that, so let’s get on with the important stuff, m’kay? One of the big pet peeves that both readers and writers seem to have with romance novels is lack of realism in matters pertaining to orgasms. If I had a nickel for every time I’ve read a comment someone left regarding the implausibility of multiple orgasms for both Hero and Heroine, well… You know the rest of the line. So, that got me thinking… Yes, thank you, I’m well aware of the hazards associated with that activity! Are multiple orgasms impossible? For just males? Or for both males and females? (See that? I’m pretending I don’t already know the answer ) Many people, of both … Continue reading

Where Do YOU Draw The Line?

*WARNING: The following post is a frank discussion of sexual practices and situations some might find offensive. If you are under 18, or find such discussions objectionable, please explore my other posts and pages.*   Okay, warning out of the way, let’s get to it. Welcome to another Hit Or Miss (TM) Series post. This one is inspired by a post on erotic romance author Alex O’Hurley‘s blog, titled “You Wanna Cum Where?”. Alex talked about the preference some men have for ejaculating on their partner’s face. Alex doesn’t care for cum facials at all, and judging from the comments, lots of other women don’t either. Personally, I find it to be overtly degrading and dominant. Some male animals will mount another male’s head and ejaculate or urinate as a show of dominance. I refuse to allow a man to treat me that way. So that got me thinking. I’m pretty sure … Continue reading

  • Just Sayin’

    I'm a Romance Author - mainly Paranormal, but nearly all with fairly graphic intimate scenes. Those scenes serve to further the development of my plots and characters and are not included haphazardly to sell books or arouse readers.

    I probably COULD tell the stories without the graphic parts, but I CHOOSE not to. I want to show the full scope of the developing relationship, and leaving out some of the most powerful and meaningful moments will deprive the reader of a measure of understanding and emotional reaction to the characters and their stories.

    Since I write books intended for adult readers, I often have material on my website that is entirely unsuitable for younger readers. If you're under 18, or if you're easily offended by open discussion of sexual situations with frank language, you might want to look the other direction.