A ‘creative’ writing office for author Sue Lyndon #AuthorsInSpace #ScifiRom

By Sue Lyndon

My home office is for more than writing, as you can see from the scrapbooking area to the right and the sewing desk to the left. I do all sorts of creative things in my office, although most of my time here is definitely spent at my writing desk. If I hit my word count goal for the day early enough, I’ll sometimes reward myself with a little crafting time.

On my cork board, I have some postcards from Montana, one of my favorite places to vacation, especially the Flathead Lake area. To the right of my desk is my treasured Captain Janeway action figure that Mr. Lyndon got me for Christmas many years ago. I’m a big Star Trek Voyager fan, and I find Captain Janeway’s character super fascinating, so of course she has a place of honor right next to my desk.


I do most of my writing during the day, but I often sneak down to my office to read and crochet in the evenings. Here is my reading/thinking/crocheting corner. My office is pretty much my favorite place to hang out, whether I’m writing or crafting or reading.

Sue Lyndon Bio

USA TODAY bestselling author Sue Lyndon writes steamy D/s romance in a variety of genres, everything from contemporary to historical to fantasy. But no matter the genre, her heroes are always HOT dominant alpha males. She’s a #1 Amazon bestseller in multiple categories, including BDSM Erotica and Sci-Fi Erotica. She also writes non-bdsm sci-fi romance under the name Sue Mercury. When she’s not busy working on her next book, you’ll find her hanging out with her family, watching sci-fi movies, reading, or sneaking chocolate.

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A new MFM fantasy romance from Sue Lyndon…  

Claiming Their Slave (Barbarian Mates, Book 3)

Though she dreamed for years of escaping her cruel master, Ava never expected that when she finally left her village it would be in the company of a huge, roughly-handsome barbarian who just purchased her at auction. Despite his stern demeanor and his promise to spank her for any misbehavior, however, her new owner’s firm-handed dominance arouses her deeply.

Jaxon has no intention of keeping Ava as a mere slave, but a human girl would not be safe on her own, and when she attempts to run away he takes her over his knee for a painful, humiliating chastisement. The fact that his strict correction leaves her soaking wet and quivering with need confirms that she will be a suitable mate, and before long she is writhing in ecstasy as she is brought to a helpless, blushing climax over his lap.

Upon arriving at the home shared by Jaxon and his brother, Ava is informed that the two battle-hardened warriors plan to claim her as their shared bride. Her mates make it clear that they will expect her complete submission and will not hesitate to punish her as thoroughly and shamefully as necessary to teach her obedience, but in spite of everything, will she soon find herself longing for the moment when they will claim her completely?

Note: Like all the books in the Barbarian Mates series, Claiming Their Slave can be enjoyed as a standalone title.

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9 Responses to A ‘creative’ writing office for author Sue Lyndon #AuthorsInSpace #ScifiRom

  1. Sue Lyndon says:

    Thanks for having me, Cara! Authors in Space is such a fun blog idea. 🙂

  2. I really enjoy this feature, Cara. That’s one tidy office, Ms. Lyndon. I’m impressed! Looks like a great place to create in all different ways.

  3. I love seeing author’s writing spaces. What a great feature. Thanks for sharing, Sue!

    • Cara Bristol says:

      Thanks for visiting and commenting! Authors in Space gets a LOT of traffic, but most people don’t comment –they’ll post a comment on Facebook, but not here. 🙁

  4. Liza O'Connor says:

    I have an office, but I’ve confiscated the living room for my literary efforts. It is now the strangest looking room in the house.

  5. Belinda Sweeney says:

    Hi love your space, at present would give my eye teeth to have my space again (kid came home after breakup grr)
    You are so organised though how do you manage that?
    Thanks for allowing us to look inside.

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