Saturday, September 24, 2011

I'm. In. HELL.

No, not really. I'm still here, at the island, but I'm tucked away in my hut. Why? I'm editing my upcoming book that's why! I am making it just perfect and don't have much time to get it done. I will complete it, as I love a good challenge. But don't worry, my cabana boys know what to do for you.

So while I'm away, busy smoothing things out, I have an interview I did for Tracy St. John. She asked me a couple questions about my book Down the Yellow Brick Road: Finding Home. So relax all and read up. You'll get to know a bit more about me.


Friday, September 23, 2011

My interview with author Gail Wolfe

Hello Delicious Divas. I had the honor of getting an interview with author Gail Wolfe.

Q: Tell us the name of your book?
 A: Cottage by the Stream

Q: Why did you write this book?
A:  I was playing an on line game with some friends of mine, kind of a role playing game, and all of a sudden, the whole story came to me...there was no way I could not write it! The urge was that strong, It took a long time but I finally finished it. 

Q: What is one your favorite scenes in the book?
A: I think one of my favorite scenes is when Sarah calls her uncle and begs to come home because things are getting just to weird for her. She babbles on and on about what is going on and barely takes a breath. I found that amusing as I wrote it. 

Q: What part did you like most about writing the book?
A: I liked being able to shape my characters into strong people. I made Sarah as strong as I could, able to stand on her own two feet and willing to take a swing at someone if she needed to, but still be able to be feminine.

Q: What part did you not like most about writing the book?
A: It took too long! It took me six years to write this and I could have gone further but I knew I had to cut it off somewhere so...

Q: Do you have any other books that you are working on?
A: Oh yes! I have the sequel to Cottage and  like many other writers I have about 1000 others wanting to be written. After I finish my sequel I have two others I want to write, one is a traditional(sort of) love story and the other is an erotica.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Believe in yourself and do NOT give up! If you aren't sure about your story get test readers. I had my book printed (4 copies) and bound at Office Max and handed them out to friends I knew. I also included a questionnaire with it so they could give me feed back. So do NOT give up on yourself! If I can do it, so can you!

Thank you, Gail for the great insight. I know many will take your advice to heart! Cottage by the Stream can be found on the New Concepts Publishing website as well as Available in ebook format and print.

What would you do if you were forced to flee to another country because you were being pursued by a psychopath? How would you handle a situation where you were told you were from a long line of Celtic avengers called Star-Children and with the help of a two-hundred fifty year old druid who was a Watcher/Protector, had to kill a being from another realm called a Repeater to get your life back to normal?

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Saturday, September 17, 2011

Updating blog a bit.

Hello Darlings!

I'm in the midst of adding links to my other pages. I also got my edits back yesterday for my book which I am diligently lazily working on. I'm so busy and getting easily distracted with pictures of hot men. It's all Gerard Butler's fault. It really is. After I'm done here, I will probably finally get back to work out smoothing the wrinkles and fixing the edits given for my readers' delight. I can't believe how quickly my release date is approaching. It seems like only yesterday I submitted my manuscript for Down the Yellow Brick Road: Finding Home.

I'm already working on the second installment of this sinfully sexy journey. Anyway, I'm finishing up here and then back to the grind. I do it all for you, my fans. And maybe a little for Gerard Butler. You know, in case he happens to read my book and want to come and show me how much he loved it!

Saturday, September 10, 2011

You THINK that way?

I've got a naughty mind. This is something I know. In fact, it's something a lot of people know about me. Some like that I'm this way, while others, not so much. But either way, I am always thinking of ways for my characters to get it on. Recently, I let some close members of my family read my lovely, steamy, exciting sex scene and the response, though  not negative, was definitely not favorable. According to them, I shouldn't write that way. I shouldn't even THINK that way. And I asked, why not? Why shouldn't I? Lots of people do. Their response? You're a lady and ladies do not think that way.

Well I'll be! I didn't know this, but now that I do, it's good to know I'm no lady. I'm just a woman who loves to have a good time. I want all ladies to have a good time. Maybe before I came to adore sexuality and the pleasure that can be had with good sex, I would have felt ashamed of myself and listened to their old fashioned testaments. But not this time. It's time for a new generation of women. A group that is proud of their bodies, be them big or small, round or not. It 's time for acceptance that women are the superior sexual creatures and deserve to get the pleasure that was once thought to just be for men. I'm not a lady by any means. I'm a woman who is ready to have a fine time and write what women like me find sexy and exciting!

Friday, September 2, 2011

My book gets you laid


My book and my naughty sex scenes are geared to get you laid. If a man reads it, he's hard and rearing to go. If a woman reads my book, her engines start and she wants a bit of man love. So remember folks, in October, when my book comes out, you should get it. It'll get you laid and get you off!

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I'm a mother of four. I'm a writer, wife, and sexy to my core. Sinfully unrestrained.
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