So I have a short erotic fantasy story coming out later this year. It’s being published by the wonderful Circlet Press in their upcoming anthology “Like a Spell”. I recently commissioned web & graphic designer J. Oliver Designs to create a teaser poster for the story, and I’m thrilled to be able to share.
I’m not sure when the anthology will be out but I will keep my ear to the ground and update when a release date has been decided.
Twitter is fabulous and I love it, but one of its drawbacks is that it’s so easy to miss things because everything moves so quickly. I’ve been posting the odd little nugget of Twitter-length fiction recently so I thought I’d compile them into blog posts for those who haven’t seen them and might be interested.
Some are erotica, some are about relationships in general, and most of them are speculative in nature. (You can also find everything on my Bibliography.)
Inhuman Desire – He just can’t resist.
The Trade – What are you willing to become?
After the Crash – He’s never really gone.
Shifters – They’ve known each other such a long time.
Remake – If at first it doesn’t succeed…
I just wanted to wish everyone a very Happy Holidays! I hope that whatever you do (even if you don’t celebrate anything) you have a fabulous day.
And just in case I don’t get chance to post again before New Year, have a wonderful one of those too! May 2016 bring you health, happiness and of course lots of smutty goodness.
“Tell me you love me,” she gasps, clamping her sweaty thighs around his waist. She rakes her fingers through his soft dark hair and then balls them into fists, drawing back his head so she can look into his ice-blue eyes.
“I love you,” he says, and thrusts harder, going deeper still. His strong arms and solid hips rivet her to the wall; at this angle, it feels like he fills every inch of her.
She comes, cursing and shuddering in his grip. She feels him smile against her damp neck.
“I love you,” he says again, quieter, not out of breath. She doesn’t need to prompt him this time. She didn’t need to prompt him the first time.
After all, he’s programmed to say it twice.
I’m thrilled to announce that my short erotic fantasy story “Refrain” has been picked up by Circlet Press and will be included in their Like A Spell anthology.
I’ll post more information about the ebook and links to where you can grab a copy once it’s released (TBA), but for now here is a small snippet from my story:
“Who are you?” Arousal roughened Jack’s voice. “Seriously?”
“Somebody who has been around for a long time,” Marlene said. “And seen enough heartache to last ten lifetimes. Honestly, Jack, it’s easier to just enjoy the moment and not expect anything.”
“That’s a hair too cynical for me.”
“I’m trying to help you.”
“Maybe.” Jack turned her hands over so they were palm-up. He traced the map of lines and mounts, and for a moment Marlene worried that he could divine all the things from her long life that she couldn’t tell him. “Or maybe I’ll help you instead.”
Many thanks to editor Jennifer Levine for giving me this opportunity!