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Rabbit Rabbit!

Good news, and better news! On May 5th, I had ablation surgery to correct my Afib – atrial fibrillation. That murmur/ irregular heartbeat has been causing me all manner of issues for the last 22 years. I had no idea just how bad it was until the weekend after the surgery and I woke up […]

Shifting Routine

*Post from Facebook.* My routine is a little off at the moment because I’m actively trying to change it so I can come back to writing and have more funds to trade with, but I have found that making time for personal growth has been easier with more “freedom” in my schedule. Right now? Taking […]

Just finished JR Ward’s Lover Reborn

Just finished the book and Goddamn was it good.  First off, most of you know I have issue with the multiple POV switching shit, but this book seemed more seamless.  Said that a lot on line though. The depth of emotion put into the characters rocked my world, watching and understanding what Tohrment and Rosalhynda […]

Sexual Fantasy in Romance

The stereotypical image of female romance authors writing in sexy lingerie sent my blood boiling. With that glass of wine and needed inspiration, writing erotic romance became an easy choice for me.  You should see this author at trade shows, always a drink in hand, always surrounded by sexy women and of course I only […]

Putting Erotica Into Practice

Reading erotica can be appealing for a number of reasons, some obvious and some a bit subtler. Of course, for starters, if you’re reading a novel or story that involves a good bit of sexual content, you don’t want to skip out on the sex, and you definitely don’t want it to lack punch! Additionally, […]

Review – The Playground a Decadent Publishing 1NS

Rae Spenser from Goodreads writes:  “I  found this story very intriguing. Sascha made ‘The Playground’ very realistic, where anyone could picture themselves in Devon’s or Shelly’s shoes by using a scenario that has affected most of us at some point in our lives. Closure is so important and I liked the emotional honesty the story […]

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