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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

They're Back!

All my books are back up on Smashwords!

In a few days, they'll be back on B&N, iTunes, and Kobo too.

I've also combined all the Earning Rough books into one book at 2.99. It's on Smashwords now and should be up on Amazon in a few days.

Thanks for reading!

Friday, May 26, 2017

I'm a Homowner!

That's a homo homeowner, partner. And, lucky me, Colby Keller came round to help me celebrate.

Sure, it was only in my dreams, but it was still very, uh, celebratory. There were streamers and everything! ;)

So, I'm all moved in to my new place and ready to get back to a more normal schedule. First, I have to define "normal" so it might take some time. I hope to have something new for you by the end of June.  

Thanks again everyone for picking up Risky from the DBML program and posting reviews. I really appreciate all the feedback. As for grammar errors and typos--I really am sorry about that, but I'm a one-man band over here. I'm doing my best. If you find something, let me know. I'll fix it and give you a shout out if you want. 

Monday, May 15, 2017

On the nature of Cum/Come

Well, last week was a big one for me. Er, big in terms of what happened, not big in terms of a bacon orgasm. My offer on the condo was accepted! We close this Friday. I am all kinds of scared and excited. Now, to live there, I will have to make sacrifices--human sacrifices--so line up, people!

No, just kidding. But I do have to make some sacrifices with the internet. It's via satellite, which means it's hideously expensive and I can't stream much of anything. So Netflix has to go (whimper) but Trio suggested I get their DVD service, which I totally forgot all about. I think that's a great idea. It will be like getting little presents in the mail every week.

As to the title of this blog: Trio proofread Hell Frat for me and I was using cum/come interchangeably when I do know better. I heard from Selena Kitt that cum is the noun (Don't get cum in my eye, dude) and come is the verb (I'm going to come) so a fun sentence would be:

Oh, my God, I'm going to come a gallon of cum when I come over there with that bucket of bacon cum.

Yeah, that's pretty nasty so let's just hose everything down.

I also engaged in a very fascinating discussion about the many uses of corn cobs--they aren't just for dildos anymore. For more information on that, please check out Trio's review of Hell Frat.

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Dirty, filthy, nasty

Now that I've got your attention, I thought I would clear something up about my writing. Yes, I did write that dirty, filthy, nasty tale. I also wrote the slow burn story with the sappy HEA ending. 

I used to have a much longer author bio that talked about how I write what I feel, not what's necessarily marketable. I explained a lot about each story on my webpage, but when All Romance Ebooks folded, they took a lot of money I was counting on. I had to give up my webpage, which sucked, but I'm sure the owner of ARe spent the money on important things like jewelry or her mortgage. 

Anyway, it's gone, but I'm still here, still writing, I've just had to change some things around. I think the only book that still has the original bio is Hell Frat, which also has the corn dildo. Yes. You read that right. A corn dildo. Hey, I thought it worked for the story. And no, you won't find this one on Amazon--they banned it as did iTunes. Probably because of the corn dildo or the extreme fear play or--well, there were a lot of reasons.

Still, I worry that readers go into books with certain expectations, so I think I need a rating system or something. Like a filthy rating from 1-5? If you have any suggestions, let me know. :)

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Don't Buy My Love: Risky

You can get this slow-burn, second-chance romance for free! You must be a member of the Goodreads M/M Romance group. ***

Falling in love is always risky…

Shane Merrick has poured everything into his nightclub only to find himself days away from bankruptcy. Just about the last thing he needs is a blast from his past, especially one who broke his heart. Keeping his focus off his sexual urges and on his business has been easy. Until now.

Wealthy playboy Jake Lang has a lot to prove. Mainly that he can make something of himself without his father’s money. Opening a nightclub in Fairview seems just the thing until he discovers the man he never forgot running one. Instead of competing against him, Jake has the brilliant idea of joining forces, but first, he has to show Shane that he’s changed. 

Will the two men be able to work together, or will old hurts and new suspicions destroy their second chance?

***Please note that unlike my first book, Crossing Lines, this one is NOT BDSM. There is far more story than sex. Just FYI so you're not disappointed. :)

Monday, May 1, 2017

Don't Panic!

Okay, a shout out to Hitchhiker's Guide but also a reminder to myself. I seriously just need to breathe. :)

The trailer deal fell through, which sucks, but there is a small condo on the market now. I'm looking at that this week.

I am writing but very slowly since the stress of this is really getting to me. I've banned sugar because all I want to do is eat that stuff by the buckets. Frankly, there isn't enough sugar in the world for me right now.

Thank you everyone for reading and posting reviews. I am grateful. Truly. When I get things settled with my living situation, I promise to get more involved in the M/M reading community.  I'm just running on fumes right now. But know that I think you guys are totally awesome. Epically awesome. Megally awesome! When I started doing this, I did it for fun but it's really become something much more. Being accepted by other people for doing what I love makes me feel all warm and gooey inside. :)

Also, Risky is coming up for read to review through the Goodreads M/M group. Here is the link to get an email notice:

Okay, that's all for now. Back to running around like crazy and craving sugar. :)