Mary, as my muse, continued to bring me good luck in the world of writing. She is the ultimate in romantic inspiration, a striking redhead with style, sass, and a brilliant mind, and I look forward to writing her again.
But she is not the only one of my friends to land on the pages of my books.
Your own book release shouldn’t come as a surprise to you.
It is my pleasure to sit down with Catherine Curzon to share her new co-release, The Captain and the Calvary Trooper!
Erotic romance, despite being a genre as old as time itself, can be very divisive, even in today’s world, and I’ve encountered a remarkable amount of ignorance, backlash and shaming to go along with it.
That being said, I’ve also encountered support, acknowledgment, and recognition that, yes, erotic romance is a feminist genre and oh hey, we didn’t invent the wheel.
In the great spectrum of history and the universe, my Bachelor’s degree does not hold up to the onslaught of information, facts, figures, and theories that make up all of humanity, nature, and what we do not know.
And that’s awesome.
It was a big contest too. There was pomp and circumstance and flowers and a big prize package to work with a self-publishing house.
My first instinct was ‘this is amazing.’ My second instinct was, ‘what did I just get myself into?’
Well, this is it. This is the part of being a writer that sucks so much worse than the movies show. This part hurts.
I can’t overstate how excited I am to have Rebecca Fairfax on the blog today! She’s been my rock, my strength, my incredible editor for the Triple Diamond series, Full Swing series and At My Lady’s Pleasure series and I wouldn’t be where I am today without her guidance, creativity, and incredible patience.
It’s my pleasure to introduce Rebecca and her first book, Belgium Heat!
That’s how much family communicates. We talk in punchlines, puns and Marx Brothers quotes. Banter and witty repartee is the local dialect, combined with the ever-ubiquitous off-color joke or two and references to childhood stories that may or may not be true.
I got to sit down with Cristina Hodgson to chat writing, inspiration and her book, A Little of Chantelle Rose!