Saturday, October 23, 2010

Six Sentances from As Advertised

My current WIP, now off to beta is the source of this week's six sentances.

There's nothing like some good phone sex for first time sex between a man who's nervous about getting involved physically, and one who's not sure he's ready for the emotional bond.

For a few, endless seconds, he could concentrate only on the next breath, the next, sweet, diminishing flow of pleasure, and didn't even realize he'd dropped the phone until it clunked against his temple on his pillow. He put it back to his ear, to be greeted by quick panting, and low, fluid moans, the perfect counterpart to his own still unsteady breath.

"Enjoying yourself?" he asked, a satisfied smile curling his lips.

"Shit. I'm—Ungh. Close—" A sound, like a deep-throated, worldless plea came over the line. "Ty!"

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Six Sentance Sunday

For my first Six Sentence Sunday, I've chosen a little something from my latest release "Gorounded" Available from Pink Petal books.
Arms and legs wrapped tight around Mikko, Ken wiggled until Mikko's cock slipped against his entrance. "Won't work like this," he complained, swiping messy kisses over Mikko's cheek. "Put me down and turn me around."

"I want to see you."

Ken flushed deeply. "Why?"
Find more six sentence teasers at the six sentences home site. There are a lot of great authors sharing. Check it out. :)

Friday, October 8, 2010

News and free Stuff

Today, I had a wonderful, do what I want day. I visited on line, went to the movies with my family, and did a bit of writing. Well, a bit of re-writing. It was a fun and relaxing day.

I want to share a few links, too. The first is my latest release.

 Grounded: BookTwo in the Ageless Series. 

In a difficult role reversal, Mikko finds himself relying on his submissive lover to keep their home and their happiness safe from Mikko's unfinished business.

Ken and Mikko have overcome the hurdle of finding one another and coming to terms with the damage they both did to their relationship. Happy to submit to Mikko's rule, Ken has come a long way toward finding his own strength again, and has decided he must officially end the relationship he ran out on when he went looking for Mikko. Awaiting Ken's return is the hardest thing Mikko has ever had to do.

He is forced to come to terms with his own shortcomings, and confront his own past, the secrets he's kept, and the effect they may have on his lover.

When that past knocks on their door, Mikko has to face the fact he might not be able to protect Ken any longer. Whether or not he finds the strength in himself to accept help may mean the difference between keeping their home and their life safe, or losing everything to the man he thought he had escaped.

Also, I have a link to something free and fluffy for those more inclined that way :)
Enjoy Santa's New Line, the new and improved story of a man whose wish finally came true.

Blurb: Cody once asked Santa to give him just one person who understood what he was going through. Problem was, he didn't actually believe in the old gift giving elf any more. Imagine his surprise when, years later, that request is filled, completely out of the blue. 

Read it here:

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

I admit it...

...I am a cover whore. One of teh first m/m books I ever read, (one of my favorites, still) and certainly the first one I ever bought was Ally Blue's Fireflies. Why? I wanted the cover. I love the cover. Love. Love, love love. I bought this book for the cover.

Today, I was flipping through the goodreads email telling me what my friends are reading when i came across this:

How Pretty is that? That cover is nice enough to make me click on the book, one book of the 91 in that particular list of books, and go see if it was interesing. It is. I put it on my wish list for now, pending another royalty check...

Never let anyone tell you cover art doesn't matter. It does. Everyone has their own taste in what they like, of course, and for me, clearly, it's pretty yaoi boy art, but everyone does have a taste, and if you appeal to it, you'll sell them books. Promise.

And one more for the road: Knowing Curves by Nix Winter