Monthly archives for March, 2015

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 51:...

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 51: Learning Curves, part 12

Oh, Adel, what have you gotten yourself into this time? Growth, part 1 ~ Growth, part 50   Adel stepped into the bathing room in Bathasar’s chambers and hesitated just inside the door. It looked much like the bathing room he had in his own chambers, if a little larger. The tub was bigger and there […]

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 50:...

Free Fiction Friday: Growth, Part 50: Learning Curves, part 11

  Growth, part 1 ~ Growth, part 49   Ghalib whined, doing his best to gather the two brain cells he needed to answer. “Can’t,” got forced through his lips. “Can’t? Can’t what?” “Can’t… come,” Ghalib muttered which turned into a cry when Nadir’s nose bumped him and the tip of his cock stimulated when Nadir […]

Guest Authors: Anna Butler

Guest Authors: Anna Butler

Lovelier than a thousand kisses…   You know, you can hardly take three steps out of doors these days without falling over a coffee shop. Coffee’s everywhere. In the last fifteen or twenty years, coffeehouses have (metaphorically!) exploded across our world. Coffee isn’t just a fashion, it’s part of the warp and weft of daily […]

Different Tracks – Part 19

Different Tracks – Part 19

Welcome back to the Round Robin! If you haven’t read yet, you might want to catch here first: Part 1 (Sophie Bonaste) ◊ Part 2 (Brynn Stein) ◊ Part 3 (Grace Duncan) ◊ Part 4 (Suki Fleet) ◊ Part 5 (Elizabeth Noble) ◊ Part 6 (Kim Fielding) ◊ Part 7 (Sophie Bonaste) ◊ Part 8 (Charlie Cochet) ◊ Part 9 (Sophie Bonaste) ◊ Part 10 (Brynn Steinn)  ◊ Part 11 (Grace Duncan) ◊ Part 12 (Suki Fleet) ◊ Part 13 (Elizabeth […]

Guest Authors: Brynn Stein

Guest Authors: Brynn Stein

This is the second stop on my blog tour. I’m already having such fun, as I always do on these tours, talking about various aspects of writing, and getting to know all of you. Thanks so much for following the tour. If this is your first stop, feel free to go back and comment on […]