Sunday, May 27, 2012
"I am going to teach you a lesson, Miss Sutton – over my knee.”
Clara’s eyes bulged of their own accord and she lowered her chin a notch, suddenly short of breath. She was very aware of Mr. Davies – physically – and second guessed her prior boldness. He was tall and muscular, his starched white shirt hugging his broad chest underneath a leather vest. His hair color matched that of his eyes. And the resolve in those dark brown eyes was frightening.
Hope you enjoyed those six. A Firm Husband has lots of spanking and steamy sex...so if that's your thing, please give it a look!
Thanks for stopping by:)
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Graham loves Prudence, but he can’t marry her because he’s landed gentry, and she is only the baker’s daughter. Before Lindsey can return to her own time, she must convince Graham to marry against his father’s wishes. Unfortunately, she also finds herself falling for the handsome gentleman.
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Saturday, May 19, 2012
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Sunday, May 13, 2012
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Morticia, who are a few of your favorite authors?
I could go on for days answering this question! When I was younger, it was all about Stephen King, I couldn’t get enough. Recently, the authors that got me back into romance are Karen Marie Moning and Elizabeth Hoyt, I like their snarky, strong and smart heroines. The hunks aren’t bad either! In erotica, there are so many diverse and interesting authors out there, but I have to admit that it was “The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty” by A.N. Roquelare (Anne Rice) that introduced me to the concept that erotica could be legitimate literature - written and read by educated women.
Tell us a little bit about your newest release.
I am very honored to be a part of the All Together Now ménage anthology from Total-E-Bound Publishing that was just released this week. My story, “The Perfect Third” is part of this cool collection that explores ménage in a variety of interesting situations – and eras!
Here's an adult excerpt:
Where can readers find your newest release?
What inspired you to start writing?
I was alone a lot as a child – both parents worked long hours, I didn’t have siblings near my age, and I was often left with senior citizen babysitters. One had to invent a much better scenario than that! So, in the beginning, it was picture stories with captions, and I moved on from there. Sorry – no graphic pics in the new book!
Where can others connect with you?
What genres have you written in?
Contemporary ménage, paranormal, M/M, M/F and BDSM. I have an entire BDSM series available at Amazon (Bound by Pleasure) that is still nagging at me for more sequels. Those characters are not done yet. I’ve also started toying with some historical ideas, but none of them have knocked me down and dragged me to the computer yet, so we’ll see.
Star Trek or Star Wars?
Lord of the Rings. Sorry – I’m a very militant LOTR geek.
Do you write under a pen name? If so, who knows about your naughty writing activities?
You didn’t believe that Morticia was my real name? Tee-hee. A few friends and family know what I do – but only the hubby, my #1 fan, and a couple very close friends know the actual name. Until I win the Pulitzer, I need to maintain a certain persona at my day gig!
Tell us about your upcoming writing projects.
I have a 3 book series called “Uniform Encounters” that will be contemporary M/M and MMF. It’s – you guessed it – all about those hunky guys in uniform. It will include firemen, police and paramedics. I also have an MMF Halloween story out at a publisher right now – it has a great paranormal slant, and I really fell in love with the boys in this one. *Crossing my fingers*. Thanks for having me Sue!
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Thursday, May 10, 2012
1. Mountain Devil by Sue Lyndon
2. Valentine Submission by Sue Lyndon
3. Traditional Love by Alta Hensley
4. Unexpected Consequences by Cara Bristol
5. Lily Mine by Annabel Joseph
6. The Point Of It All by Jade Cary
7. Kindred Spirits by Maren Smith
8. The Unrequited Dom by Carolyn Faulkner
9. Once a Princess by Johanna Lindsey
10. Plain Passion by Nattie Jones
11. Spanked Princesses: The Pianist by Erika Moran
12. The Lonely Dominant by Ella Jade
13. Treasured by Crystal Jordan
Please feel free to leave a comment listing your favorite books with spanking scenes...I'd love to hear them!
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Jennifer's last two releases, Christmas Miracle at the Mall, and Learning Life Again, are available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
I won the Erika Atkinsson Award given by the South Coast Writer's Conference in February 2012. You can read my entry, which is the first section of the book I'm working on, here: www.socc.edu/scwriters.
Also, I own part of and edit for a literary magazine, Groundwaters, www.groundwaterspublishing.com. Our mission is to help writers, artists, and photographers learn and grow through the publication process and have the satisfaction of seeing their work in print.
Thanks for stopping by, Jennifer! Please feel free to leave Jennifer a nice comment or a question:)
Thursday, May 3, 2012
I've been nominated for a Kreativ Blogger Award by erotic romance author Cara Bristol. Thank you so much, Cara! I'm grateful for the nomination. I became an instant fan of Cara's after reading her domestic discipline book, Unexpected Consequences. It's the first book in her Rod and Cane series. The second book in the series, False Pretenses, will be released on June 12th. I can't wait to read it!
The Kreativ Blogger rules say I must:
- Thank my nominator
- Provide a link to his/her blog
- List 7 things readers might find interesting about me
- And nominate 7 others
7 things about me:
1. I'm terrified of airplanes and have never traveled the friendly skies once in my life.
2. I've seen Melissa Etheridge in concert almost 20 times and I've touched her hand twice.
3. I can crochet a mean blanket, sweater, hat - anything, but I can't knit a single stitch. I've tried knitting classes and how-to books, all to no avail.
4. A few years ago while I was driving cross county, I stopped for the night at a motel in South Dakota. I woke up at 2am and swear I saw a woman standing in my room. She vanished when I turned on the light. Needless to say, I packed up and got the hell out of there and drove away in the middle of the night.
5. I have a lot of firsthand knowledge about the Amish. I've been in their houses, ridden in a buggy a few times, and played with Amish children when I was growing up.
6. Mike Tyson once walked right by me in a Cheesecake Factory. He looked badass! Hmm...maybe I should write a hero with facial tattoos.
7. The best job I ever had (besides writing!) was working in a coffee shop.
I nominate these 7 authors:
1. Jane Wakely
2. Lea Barrymire
3. Liz Adams
4. Morticia Knight
5. Danica Winters
6. Lara Valentine
7. Dianna Hardy