Articles from April 2015



Thursday Thoughts: Time to think of something naughty

It’s that time again. Where I purge my thoughts out into the interwebs. If you are an ardent admirer of mine (because clearly, why wouldn’t you be), you know that I have quite a few thoughts on quite a few topics. When I looked at the last month or two of my little weekly blog, […]

Excerpt Monday ~ Rough in the Saddle by Jenika Snow.

Blurb ~ Travis Sterling helps run the farm that’s been in his family for the last three generations. When he needs to appease his sexual appetite there is never a shortage of willing women in the small town of Granite, Colorado. Pearl Connors just moved to Granite to take care of her grandmother’s estate. Trying […]

Friday’s Featured Cover Art ~ Bayou Wolf by Heather Long

Blurb ~ Bayou Wolf (Wolves Of Willow Bend) by Heather Long – Romance>Interracial The rise of so many lone wolves into a prospective sixth pack brings the Alphas of all the North American packs to Willow Bend for a summit. Having so many powerful dominants in one place invites challenges and hazards. No protocol can […]

Thursday Thoughts: Ode to art, activism, and the privilege of being heard

Living in Los Angeles there are often fabulous free events that happen throughout the city that I hear about unfortunately too late. It’s not as if I keep blinders on to the happenings of my city, but during the week, after slogging through hours of traffic to and from my office, where I engage in […]

Friday’s Featured Cover Art ~ Beauty and The Brute by Nikki Winter

Blurb ~ Wily behavior wasn’t, by any means, a new thing to Noel Haddon. He saw it on the field with every training camp, every practice. He saw it when he stared opposing team players in the eye and let them know he’d be taking their glory before the game was done. However, he’d tout […]

Thursday Thoughts: “Well, find the joy in it,” she said.

If you’ve read my books, I’ll often put mother secondary characters in my stories. They are wacky, zany, and usually a bit inappropriate. Each is parts of my mother, grandmother, and I’d like to think myself if I were the mother to creatures that didn’t have fur and walked on four legs. I’m currently working […]

Fridays Featured Cover Art ~ Open All Hours (Carnival Magic) by Eden Royce

Blurb ~ Leesa Cobb has been cursed to shift form into a black cat. Can Vol, the owner of a nearby diner and a grizzly bear shifter himself, help her reverse the spell? If not, can he convince Leesa that he wants her — no matter what her species? Link ~ https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-openallhourscarnivalmagic2-1777473-168.html

Thursday Thoughts: Literati of the oppressed

I recently finished rewrites and edits of two books in my back list and found it to be one of the most emotionally taxing writing experiences I’ve had to date (it wasn’t horrible writing, but yeah, I’ve grown a lot). I decided to treat myself and settle into some reading time as a reward, and […]

Excerpt Monday ~ Fantasy Island: Mya’s Werewolf by Zena Wynn

Blurb ~ Mya Anderson loves to read erotic romances featuring werewolves. When she gets a chance at a fantasy vacation which allows her to be the heroine in her very own romance created exclusively for her, she jumps at it. But things don’t go exactly as planned… Publisher’s Note: This book was previously published by […]

Friday Featured Cover Art ~ Bear Trapped by Jaide Fox

Blurb ~ After failing to find a mate during the Moonlight Festival, Kimber uses the wolf clan’s distraction to escape Fangor and set out on her own to hide from her guilt and shame. Living alone in the wild seems a better option than facing her parents’ disappointment, especially since she finds an abandoned cave […]