Okay, now, there’s nothing graphically explicit in this video, but it IS hysterically funny, and it does contain one bad word. Keep watching past the end to the “outtake.” LOL! Do not drink anything while watching this video! LOL
(The article prompting this letter can be found here.) Okay, Simon and Schuster and Hachette, seriously, WTF? You are going to delay the release of ebooks for months after hardcover…why? “…Preserve your industry?” Seriously? Okay, let me explain some basic economics that apparently someone hasn’t taken the time to explain to you. Cheaper books (ebooks) … Read More
I love release day! Even if it is on a Monday. *LOL* My latest Tymber Dalton book, “Safe Harbor,” is now available from Siren-BookStrand. http://www.bookstrand.com/product-safeharbor-15987-200.html This book is a good mix of the BDSM aspects of “The Reluctant Dom,” with some of the humor and lighter moments of “Love Slave for Two.” I mean, does … Read More
They have graphics for the participants and winners, but does Nanowrimo have logos for those of us who not only missed the mark, but we never started? I mean, it’s not that I didn’t have time to write, because that’s why I didn’t have time to do Nano. Yes, it’s ironic. I was too busy … Read More
And just like that, my husband unwittingly gave me the title for this blog post. Now, I’ve blogged about my husband’s holiday decorations before. This year we’ve added more wire animals, another couple of blow-ups (including my favorite, the huge chubby penguin), and have swapped out more of the lights for LEDs. One thing that … Read More
Because it’s my blog, that’s why. And I love the Muppets and I love Queen. And this is one of my favorite songs!
I just received word from my publisher today that the official release date for “Safe Harbor” is Monday, Dec. 7th! Woot!! I’m so excited!!! You can pre-order it now so you can download it as soon as it’s released. (Save yourself a few minutes. *LOL*) http://www.bookstrand.com/product-safeharbor-15987-200.html Blurb: [Menage Amour: Erotic Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/F, … Read More
If you’ve been under a rock in romland for the past few days, you might not have heard about Harlequin’s boneheaded move to add what amounts to little more than a pay-to-get-published vanity press Harlequin Horizons to their line-up. This move not only got them slapped down almost immediately by the RWA, but by other … Read More
*Happy Dancing!* Okay, first of all, thank you to all who voted for “Love Slave for Two: Beginnings” as book of the week, because…IT WON!!! *Snoopy Dancing!* Second big news, and yes, I’m waaaay behind updating my websites and blog… I had a total of three books make it to the annual EPIC contest, “Out … Read More
I want to let you in on a little secret about writing. (It’s not a secret for my fellow pubbed authors, because they already know this, so quit that snickering there in the peanut gallery.) Writing is the EASY part of your job. Yep. You know, all those gallons of sweat and all those buckets … Read More
Gidget was a pirate for Howl-oween. Obviously, her plan for world domination includes cuteness to take everyone by surprise.
Sorry for the delay, I’m stuck in home improvement hell. *LOL* First of all, the winner of my contest was lisaguertin, so please drop me an email with your email and I’ll…um…email you your copy of Cross Country Chaos. *LOL* Home improvement hell. Well, I’m stuck slap dab in the middle of it right now. … Read More
Woot! Some great reviews have come in recently! Good Will Ghost Hunting: Hell’s Bells (Book Two) (writing as Lesli Richardson): Coffee Time Romance – 5 cups! (Click here to read entire review.) Hell’s Bells snatches your interest from the very first page. The second in a six book series, it keeps the ball rolling with … Read More
(Note: there is a contest behind all of this, you just have to wade through the rant to get to it! LOL) I hate pirates. Not the yargh matey, rape-pillage-plunder fellows. Those guys are okay. The pirates I despise with a passion are the ones who illegally post files for download. In other words, scurvy … Read More
Approximately a year ago, about this time, my older Toshiba laptop died. Well, as I panicked when the screen, which had been getting progressively redder upon start-up over several months, went totally black, I realized I still had lights on in the main laptop body. Meaning it wasn’t dead-dead, just sort of dead. I unplugged … Read More