Wow, ten years!

Subscribe to my newsletter and never miss an update! Ten years ago today, on 08/08/08, my very first fiction book was published by Amira Press, Love and Brimstone (Brimstone Vampires 1), writing as Lesli Richardson. It’s since been re-released by Siren under my Tymber Dalton pen name, with additional material restored. (And yes, I do … Read More

*grumble* 7/22/2018 – Various updates, Facebook’s an *ssh*le, yadda-yadda.

Subscribe to my newsletter and never miss an update! So I got whacked with a stint in Facebook jail until next week, so I’m unable to post to groups. All because of a link I posted IN MY OWN READERS GROUP to a site that Fb apparently doesn’t like. It was to a site that … Read More

FYI: Siren’s author alerts down.

Just a quick FYI, when Things to Do in Denver was posted for pre-order by Siren this past week, their system didn’t generate an alert e-mail like it usually does. I contacted them and they’re in the process of a site overhaul, and that’s one of the features currently being redesigned. So…make sure you’re subscribed … Read More

#sneakpeek That feeling when…

…your editor says your Dom hero is as big a bastard (understandably so) as you’ve been warning your readers. LOL This is from edits for Come in From the Cold (Suncoast Society 77, MM, BDSM, writing as Tymber Dalton). The “filthy Dom vs former priest” story I’ve been teasing in my Tymber’s Trybe readers group. … Read More

Newsletter and GDPR Update – Last Call!!

I know, I know, sorry. This is a pita for everyone, but the GDPR law kicks in tomorrow. (Or, maybe today, depending on where you are in the world, I suppose!) If you are reading this on WordPress, or you receive this in an e-mail from WordPress, OR you get the FeedBurner-generated e-mails, PLEASE take … Read More

Agenda?

Sign up for my newsletter! Every once in a while, I’ll see a comment, usually on Facebook or in a review, that goes something like this: “It’s like Tymber has an agenda or something.” I don’t believe it’s merely a coincidence that one of those kinds of comments is pretty much always referring to a … Read More

GDPR, because being a writer now isn’t hard ENOUGH…

Sign up for my newsletter! (NOTE: I am NOT an attorney, I don’t play one on TV, and you should not solely rely on any information I provide here without consulting an attorney and doing a lot of research first. Also, I’m based in the US, so if you are not, your mileage might vary … Read More

What’s up in my world? Funny you should ask…

Are you ready to meet the Governor? Who is he? Funny you should ask… Those of you in my Tymber’s Trybe readers group already know most of this, but a few updates. … Read More

Pretty please…

This is that periodic whine I hate to do but which is included in the whole part and parcel of being a writer. Amazon places a HUGE amount of weight on reviews (positive and critical) when its magic sauce algorithms determine a book’s placement. It’s not just the sales that can put it on the … Read More

Mead is FOREVER!

Um, context, I suppose, would be helpful. LOL That’s one of our battle cries during the afternoon parade at the ren fair when our band of Vikings passes any of the pubs on the premises. LOL Had a BLAST my first day with the Vikings at ren fair. I only went Saturday, because I knew … Read More

Happy Valentine’s Day!

I hope everyone has a great day, and that you at the very least take time for yourself to do something nice for you. ((HUGS)) Our Gravity is now on Kindle and other third-party sites. I had a new release last Monday! Empty-Handed Heart is now available. Steady Rain (Suncoast Society 67, MMF, BDSM) is … Read More

…and then the Vikings showed up.

My new axe arrived yesterday. (But…but…TYMBER! You dropped a Buck knife into your–) … Read More

Resolutions, shmesolutions.

(A couple of affiliate codes in this post.) I didn’t (and usually don’t) make New Year’s “resolutions,” per se. And because I’m stubborn and overworked and frequently shiny-squirreled in about a gazilion different directions at any time, it usually takes me a while to get on any given bandwagon. Ever since Weight Watchers stopped supporting … Read More

Happy 2018!

Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday. Congrats to Cheryl H. on winning the scavenger hunt, and thanks to everyone who played! Sooo…what’s the year ahead look like for me, work-wise? … Read More