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How does a man who’d never read a romance, start writing one? In Stolen Moments, a romantic comedy in which the hero is an erotic romance author, this is how Billy got his start. “Billy’s been rushed to Myrtle Creek … Continue reading
I pulled a switcheroo. For this Sunday’s Weekend Writing Warriors’s post, I’d intended to excerpt from Longing, my vampire romance. Instead, I’m focusing on my new romantic comedy, Stolen Moments. In this story the hero is an erotic romance author; the heroine is … Continue reading
Greetings, Weekend Writing Warriors. This week’s excerpt is from Stolen Moments, a romantic comedy, in which the hero is a romance author, and the heroine is his neglected wife. This is how she sees his writing: He spent more time … Continue reading
I’m baaaack! I haven’t done Weekend Writing Warriors in a while, but I’m back now with an excerpt from Stolen Moments, a romantic comedy, available on Amazon for just 99 cents (free with Kindle Unlimited). What you need to know: … Continue reading
He’s a spanking romance author. She’s his neglected wife who would like to get in on the action he writes about. It will take only one thing…a foolproof plan… Stolen Moments is a short novellete available for 99 cents on … Continue reading
Stolen Moments, a romantic comedy, is now available on Amazon for 99 cents. This summer marks my 6th year as a published author and this book, is my 20th title. I wrote it special for the occasion, to say thank … Continue reading
Welcome to day 11 of the 2nd Annual Spanking A to Z blog challenge. Throughout June, spanking fiction authors will post a blog corresponding to a different letter of the alphabet, beginning with A and ending with Z. Many of … Continue reading
Coming July 7, 2015 — Stolen Moments — 99 cents Genre: spanking romance, romantic comedy Is it crazy to be jealous of a fictional character? While Mary Sue is proud of her construction-worker husband Billy’s new-found success as an author … Continue reading