Finding my author brand within a cacophony of disparate voices By K. Aten

My debut novel, The Fletcher (The Arrow of Artemis Book 1), officially released January 3, 2018. As part of the promotion process, it was recommended that I establish an author brand to help develop a loyal following. Unfortunately I didn’t know anything about author brands. So I read articles and listened to podcasts, but the… Read More Finding my author brand within a cacophony of disparate voices By K. Aten

When Environmental Activism becomes Romantic Erotica by Layla Holiday (Plus a FREE e-book)

Happy Sunday, folks! Today we have author Layla Holiday with us. She writes some smokin’ hot erotica and wants to share with all of you. Drop a comment in the space below to enter the drawing for the first two e-books in her Cops Gone Wild series, Cuffs & Protests and My Inner Dom. I’ll… Read More When Environmental Activism becomes Romantic Erotica by Layla Holiday (Plus a FREE e-book)

Greetings from Janeland by Candace Walsh (plus a FREE e-book!)

Congratulations to Maddy! She’s the winner of this drawing! Hey everyone! Look at this! Candace Walsh stopped by to tell us about her latest work, Greetings from Janeland. Plus, she’s giving away an e-book copy. Drop a comment in the space below and we’ll draw the winner on Sunday, December 3. Good luck! It’s been… Read More Greetings from Janeland by Candace Walsh (plus a FREE e-book!)

Presenting The Best Lesbian Erotica of the Year Volume 2 by Sacchi Green

Congratulations to Linday and RJ. Sacchi will be in touch soon to arrange delivery of your new books! I usually begin my posts about new anthologies with the introduction I write for them, and I’ll do that here, since after all that was my best shot at describing the book in a short space. This… Read More Presenting The Best Lesbian Erotica of the Year Volume 2 by Sacchi Green

Introducing Serial Fiction by Tessa Gratton

Tremontaine is the critically acclaimed prequel to Ellen Kushner’s beloved Riverside novels, which developed a cult following beginning with Swordspoint in 1987. The “Fantasy of Manners” focuses on decadent world building and interpersonal intrigue, and has been noted for its progressive expression of gender and sexuality. Team-written by some of today’s most exciting authors, Tremontaine… Read More Introducing Serial Fiction by Tessa Gratton