Thursday, March 26, 2009

Full Moon Mating Cover Arrives

Wolf Creek Pack #1
Sheriff Joe Nash couldn’t have been more surprised when he answers a call to a shooting and discovers the sexiest man he had ever seen. His extraordinary response to the man tells him immediately that Nate is his mate. Taking a chance, Joe takes him home, hoping to convince him to stay.

But Nate Summers is on the run from someone, never staying in one place for more than a few days. The tall handsome sheriff and his offer of a safe haven intrigue Nate, but he’s afraid that if he sticks around, the sheriff will discover his secret, a secret that could make the sheriff hate him.

Erotic Paranormal, Werewolves, M/M, Romance
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Wednesday, March 25, 2009


It's Sexy! It's Hot! It's Kinky!


An anthology coming from Noble Romance April 3rd. Authors Stormy Glenn, Jude Mason, Jamie Hill, and Martin Delacroix bring you four super hot stories for fans of erotic spanking!

New Year’s Resolutions by Stormy Glenn
Jamie is looking for someone to give him a little discipline. Nothing major, just a light spanking will do just fine. When he spots Simon at a New Year’s Eve party, he knows he’s met a man who can make his New Year’s resolutions come true. Thinking it’s just a quick one night stand, Jamie goes home with Simon only to learn that Simon has something a bit more long term in mind. He has an entire playroom in his condo and he’s been waiting for just the right man to play with.

Oh Behave by
Jude Mason
Cathy James meets a man at the local pool on one of her layovers, Nate Shaw. A couple of things get Cathy's attention about Nate. He does as he's told, and he’s easily excited by being asked to behave. A few months down the road, Nate has a mishap and is in for a spanking. Poor Nate is beside himself after a couple of hours of teasing and torment. Will he be able to stand his punishment? Will Cathy accept him for the weak willed man he is?

One Good Outcome by
Jamie Hill
Steve Cannon’s been naughty. He’s naughty a lot, because a spanking from Mistress Ginger is one of his favorite things in the world.
Someone sends photos taken at the BDSM club to Steve at his office. He and Ginger are forced to track down the bad boy and determine his punishment.
Exactly what Devon Pierce had in mind. He’s naughty, too, and desperate for his handsome boss and Mistress Ginger to notice.

Serving Lisa by
Martin Delacroix
Lane's a college student with a secret: he needs discipline from a mature woman. Visiting a website called Cruel Mistress, he finds a listing by a German couple, Lisa and Andreas. They seek a young man who "craves naked discipline" to "service the lady of the house." When Lane responds, his life is quickly transformed in ways he'd never imagined.

Friday, March 20, 2009

New Yahoo Group

Hey everyone, I started a yahoo group where I can interact with my readers, give updates, talk about WIP's, new covers, etc. If you're interested in joining, please do. I'd love to have you.

Hope to see you there,


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Three of a Kind - Lover's of Alpha Squad 4

Coming Monday, March 23rd
The moment that Jake meets Heath, he decides that Christmas must have come early and he had to have been a very good boy. The flamboyant Heath captivates Jake from first glance. Heath is breathtaking. And he seems just as interested.

Heath, used to changing his personality to meet the needs of his current lover, is enthralled by Jake, who professes to like him just like he is, wild ways and all. It doesn't take long at all for both Heath and Jake to fall head over hills in love with each other.

But when Ethan enters the picture, Heath is torn by his attraction to the man and his love for Jake. He doesn't want to lose the best man that he has ever loved but his developing feeling for Ethan conflict him. Deciding to be honest with Jake, he is thrilled to learn that Jake is also having feelings for Ethan. Now, they just have to decide what to do about it.

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Stolen Desires - Tri Omega Mates 4

Well, I just finished Stolen Desires, Tri Omega Mate #4 and submitted it. I don't have a cover yet or a release date but I'll put something up as soon as I do.

Ryce Hunter has been mated to Saul for five years. He truly loves Saul. What he doesn’t love is that every Friday, Saul goes into town to find some young stud to fool around with. In a bid to feel wanted, Ryce goes into town to find his own stud. What he finds is Cary, his other mate. Ryce is ecstatic. He feels that if Saul can’t be happy with him, maybe Cary will come to love him instead.

Cary is a tri omega and knows it. Finding Ryce is a dream come true. When Ryce tries to claim him, Cary says no. He knows that he has to have two mates or he will die. Ryce assures Cary that his other mate is Saul. Assuming both of his mates have been found, Cary allows Ryce to claim him. But what happens when Saul refuses to claim Cary?

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Amanda Young Visits

I feel like I've gotten a feather in my cap or won an award. Author Amanda Young as joined me today for an interview. For me as an author, it's very nice to have another well known author visit my blog. As a reader...Yippee!!! I love Amanda's books and have read several of them, Man Candy being one of my favorites. I highly recommend it and the sequels. Anyway, enough about what I like to read. Let's get on with the interview.

Let’s start getting your shine on, Amanda. Tell us who you are beyond an author.
Good question. Other than a writer, I’m a wife and proud mother of one very spoiled miniature dachshund named Diva.

Show us when you realized you had a passion for writing?
I’ve always doodled. Back as far as I can remember, I would start and stop stories about nothing in particular. The only thing that stands out in my mind now is the overwhelming angst. I never intended to write professionally, it was just something I sort of fell into. Lucky me, huh?

We understand that uniqueness counts in the literary world, but we equally understand there must be reliability.
It’s very true that an author needs his or her own voice, but the ability to tell a good story time after time is of the upmost importance. Readers either trust you to deliver or they won’t spend their hard-earned money on your work. No matter how good a story someone writes, it’s nothing if no one’s willing to read it.

Tell us an author with whom you share similar writing styles.
I really couldn’t say. I don’t like to compare myself to other writers. I’m just me. J

Tell us your preferred writing genre and the genre you prefer to read.
I write mostly gay romance and erotica these days, although I’ve been known to dip my toes into other genres. As far as reading goes, I invariably have my nose stuck in gay romance, harlequin secret-baby stories, or horror novels. It’s an odd mix, but it works for me.

Show us what your audience looks like.
I would say my audience doesn’t have a specific face. One never knows who might be reading their work.

Tell us an important lesson, on the business side of publishing, that you've learned on your journey.
Just one? J I would have to say, the most important thing I’ve learned over the last three years is that if you don’t absolutely love to write, you have no business in publishing. Writing for publication can be a nagging, time consuming bitch. There’s a heck of a lot more to it than writing a good story, although that’s the most important thing.

Going back to the beginning, show us the day you received your publication offer.
I received my first contract on a Sunday night. At the time, I was still writing on my old desktop computer, so I was in the den. Anyhow, I saw the email and didn’t want to open it. I thought for sure it was a rejection. After I built up the courage and clicked on it, I screamed. My husband thought a mouse was trying to get me. It’s about the only time I’ve ever squealed like that.

Tell us your expectations of an aspiring author approaching you for information about writing/publishing?
I don’t really have people coming to me for writing advice, so I couldn’t say what my expectations of them would be. However, if I were asked to give someone new to the business a tip or two, it would be to a) not to put all their eggs in one basket and b) do plenty of research before submitting anything.

Ready to shine? Tell us the name of your book(s).
Here’s a list of what I have out at the moment:
Amber Quill:
Furtive Liaison
Precious Ache
Furtive Ache (Late March)
Loose Id:
Candy Man
Eye Candy
GWM Wanted
Man Candy
Reckless Behavior (April 14th)
Reckless Seduction
Secrets & Lies
Something More
The Hard Truth
Samhain publishing:
Missing in Action
Sins of the Past
Taboo Desires

Tell us where we can find you on the internet.
I’m all over the place, but the best avenue to reach me is through my website. I try to keep it updated with what I’m up to and where you can find me at any given time.

Do you really write everyday?
Absolutely everyday. I spend an average of twelve hours on the computer on any given day. Part of that’s spent writing, while the rest of the time is divided between research, promotion, and social networking.

What about writer's block?
I’ve never experienced writer’s block. Even in the down time when I’m taking a break from writing (which rarely happens) I never lack for ideas. For me, it’s more a matter of organizing my time so I can sit and concentrate on writing, without all the other distractions.

What is your normal day like?
Very boring. I get up, check my email, and figure out what I need to get done for the day. Then if I’m lucky, I actually accomplish everything I set out to do.

How much does reader reaction mean to you as an author?
Reader reaction means the world to me. I don’t pay a lot of attention to professional review sites, but I do read reader reviews and take them to heart.

Which comes first, the story, the characters or the setting?
It depends, really. Sometimes I have characters in need of a story. While other times, it’s a story that needs characters to bring it to life. I’d say it’s about 50/50 for me.

Do you have a favorite character?
Not really. All the characters have meant something to me at one time or another. I’d have a hard time choosing one over another.

Why do you write in this genre?
Easy answer: because I love it.

When did you know you wanted to be a writer?
I’ve always wanted to write. I don’t think I ever made a conscious decision to be a writer though. It’s just been there, lurking in the shadows of my mind for as long as I can remember.

Where do you get most of the ideas for your stories?
Everywhere. I’m not trying to be facetious when I say that, but everything a writer sees or does influences their work in some small way. I’ve gotten ideas from music, television, or from something as tiny as passing someone interesting on the street.

Do you have any unfinished projects sitting around?
I have about two dozen stories sitting and waiting to be finished, not counting the folder filled with random bits and pieces.

What was the biggest obstacle you had to overcome to become an author?
The toughest thing for me was simply believing anyone would be interested in my torrid tales. I can be a bit of a pessimist at times.

How would you best describe your writing style?
I would say angst-ridden pretty well describes a lot of what I write, not that there isn’t the occasional light and fluffy project snuck in here and there. My writing depends a lot on what mood I’m in on any given day.

What is the big project you're working on now?
Hmm… Well, I’m currently working on the third novella in my Reckless series. However, one big project I have on the horizon is a new series about a male brothel set in my home state, Virginia. I have the first story done, but I have yet to find a home for it.

Thanks for having me, Stormy. I’ve had fun answering all your questions...Amanda

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Cowboy Legacy - Available Today!

Menage Amour 58: Menage a Quatre Wild West Romance, F/M/M/M

Nyssa Dupre has always been different. She's been on the move from one town to the next most of her life, never quite being accepted for who she was or what she could do.

A stagecoach trip from Philadelphia to Applegate Valley in the Northwest Territory brings changes into her life that Nyssa never imagined. Starting with the extremely handsome Sheriff Lucas Nash.

Lucas is unlike any man she has ever met. Besides being domineering and sexy as hell, he decides Nyssa is the woman for him and his two brothers, Royce and Ian. For them, and the rest of Applegate Valley, it's normal to share a woman.

Finding out that her family comes from Applegate Valley and that she has inherited the family estate just adds to her problems. It could mean she has to settle down in one place and accept the fact that in Applegate Valley, her ability to manipulate air makes her normal.

But there are those that have their own plans for Nyssa. She turns to Lucas, Royce, and Ian to protect her. But can they save her from people that won't take no for an answer?

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Friday, March 6, 2009

A Promise Kept - Coming March 11th

by Stormy Glenn

Mason is in love with his brother’s best friend, Jack. It’s been ten years of secret fantasies, hidden glances, and forbidden yearnings. Just when Mason decides to give up on Jack and move away, his friends step in to get them together.

It involves a pool party, a pair of skimpy black swimming trunks, and a lot of jealousy. But new love is not always easy. Especially when a psychotic killer has his sights set on Mason being his next victim and he’ll destroy anyone who gets in his way.


"Hey, Mason, I was wondering if you had a moment to talk?"

"Uh, yeah, sure, come on in," Mason said as he held the door open and stepped out of the way. He stared after Jack in bewilderment as he walked into the apartment. He seemed to be looking at the stacks of packed boxes with something close to disgust.

"What’s up, Jack?" Mason asked as he tried to figure out what was going on. It felt like a kick in the gut to have Jack here after making the decision to stop pining over him.

"I just wanted to know if everything is okay? Your mom mentioned that you were moving." Jack gestured to the boxes stacked around the room. "Guess it’s true."

"Yeah, I’m transferring to Georgetown University."

"Why?" Jack asked as he looked back at Mason.

"Why?" Mason asked, blinking with bafflement at Jack’s question. "Why what?"

"Why are you transferring? Can’t you finish your degree here in Portland?" Jack asked as he took a few steps closer to Mason.

"I could but the program at Georgetown offers more," Mason replied as he stepped back from Jack. Standing this close to Jack, he could smell the soft musk of his after-shave and it was making his legs go weak. Jack smelled so damn good. He always did.

"Is that the only reason?" Jack asked.

Mason could feel his heart pound in his chest as he tried to read the closed expression on Jack’s face. Had Jack learned of his desire for him? Mason would worry that someone had told Jack how he felt except that Mason had never told anyone else.

"Should there be another reason?" Mason as he felt an unwelcome blush creep into his face.

"Mason, I just want to help. You don’t have to hide things from me. I’m your friend," Jack said as he reached a reassuring hand out to pat Mason on the arm.

My friend, but not my lover, Mason thought sadly as he shrugged Jack’s hand off of his arm. "I’m fine, Jack."


Mason turned away from Jack and walked over to stand at the kitchen counter. "Thank you for checking on me, Jack, but I’m fine. You can go now." Mason knew he was being rude but it was just too hard being in the same room with Jack and not blurt out how much he wanted him. He had to bite his lip to keep from blabbing everything.

"Mason—" Jack began again.

"Please, Jack, just go," Mason said quietly as his hands gripped the edge of the countertop.

"Please." Mason closed his eyes as he waited for the front door to open and close and Jack to leave.

"Mason, there has to be a better way to deal with this than to move across the country."

Mason spun around to find Jack standing right behind him. He stood so close that their chests almost touched. Mason’s eyes widened in surprise at the look of concern on Jack’s face. "Deal with what?" he choked out over the lump that had formed in his throat.

"Look, Mason, we can’t choose who we love, but she’s not worth leaving your family," Jack said.

"Who?" Mason asked in confusion.

"The woman you’re in love with. Your mother told me all about it. She didn’t know if your problem was that the woman was married or unavailable or what, but no woman is worth giving up your family."

"I’m not in love with any woman," Mason said, perplexed by the direction this conversation was going.

"Mason, I told you, you don’t have to hide this from me. I just want to help. If she can’t see what a great guy you are, you don’t need her. There are a lot of other women out there," Jack continued as if Mason hadn’t said anything.

Mason couldn’t stop the small laugh that escaped his lips as he gazed at Jack. The situation wasn’t that funny but he couldn’t believe that Jack was here giving him the chin up speech when Jack was the reason he was in this mess in the first place.

"Jack, there is no woman," Mason said.


"Jack, I can promise you, there is no woman. I’m gay."

Mason watched as Jack’s mouth opened and closed several times as he stared at Mason in shock. His embarrassment that Jack was the first to know he was gay quickly turned to annoyance as Jack just continued to stare at him.

"Your gay?" Jack asked in a whisper.

Mason crossed his arms over his chest and glared at Jack. Jack sounded astonished as if the thought had never entered his mind. "Yes, I am. See? No woman to worry about. Now, would you please go? I have a lot of packing to do."

"Your gay?" Jack asked again.

Mason rolled his eyes and waved his hand in the air in agitation. "Yes, Jack, I’m gay. Always have been. Always will be. Now, if you’ll kindly leave me to finish my packing, I might have time to go down to the bar and find me some hot stud to bring home and fuck."

Mason grabbed Jack by the arm and pulled him to the door. He opened it up and pushed Jack through it. He briefly noted the dazed look in Jack’s eyes as he looked up at him. "Bye, Jack," Mason said as he shut the door.

The moment the door shut, Mason turned the lock then leaned his head against it as his heart beat frantically in his chest. He couldn’t believe he had just come out to Jack. And Jack thought he was in love with a woman. Didn’t that just beat all?

Mason shook his head as he turned back to his packing. As he picked up another stack of books and placed them in an open box, he wondered what Jack would have said if he knew that he was the reason Mason was moving across country and leaving his family.

Mason snorted to himself as he grimly thought about Jack’s response. He’d probably pat Mason on the head and tell him that they could still be friends, but only friends. It wasn’t like Mason had a lot of friends, but friendship was not what he wanted from Jack. And what he wanted, he could never have.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Tri Omega Mates is on Keta's Keep

Tri Omega Mates is on Keta's Keep. Come check it out. Author Keta Diablo has featured my Tri Omega Mates series on her blog. How cool is that? You should also check out the other blog posts Keta has. They're pretty good.