When you tell your man having a baby might be problematic and he says, let’s do it anyway

Recently someone questioned my integrity. Someone close to me. I know this person is disturbed, that there is literally something wrong with them mentally, but it pissed me off like you would not believe. I try my best to live my life honestly. Not in a hurtful way, one without tact or diplomacy, but in … Continue reading When you tell your man having a baby might be problematic and he says, let’s do it anyway

Sexy time between hero and heroine — saint and sinna — should be very, very sexy

Saints and Sinnas CoverI lied, again! Damn. ‘Saints and Sinnas’ is still not for sale. I’m bogus. Please forgive me? I’m working on the whole picture, and putting my writing top of the tree in my life, not just in my mind. Any who, this is not a frickin’ YouTube video on decluttering or living one’s best life — even if that’s what I’m doing lol — it’s a sexy writing blog so let’s get back to that! Continue reading “Sexy time between hero and heroine — saint and sinna — should be very, very sexy”

When you already love a woman to bits — and then she introduces you to a new sexual concept

Saints and Sinnas CoverOne reason I love reading and writing romance novels is because you get a glimpse behind the curtain. At least, in the books I like you do. The author will let you know what the man and woman are thinking — even if the hero and heroine remain oblivious to each others thoughts, which is often part of the plot. Continue reading “When you already love a woman to bits — and then she introduces you to a new sexual concept”

You take the bad with the good, but you should always push it aside for love

Saints and Sinnas CoverI have an old friend, one of my oldest friends, actually, and he loves when I tell him stories from my books. He says they feel familiar, like he’s seen it in a movie, and he always shouts out the next part: “He died!” No, fool, I laughed recently. “Few people die in my books.” Though I do have some things planned… Continue reading “You take the bad with the good, but you should always push it aside for love”

The rise of the side character – the people you want to steal the narrative scene

I love side characters. I love them so much, I have side characters who’ve made an appearance in more than one of my books. It’ not hard, since I tend to write about families or groups of friends, each person getting their own story. For me, side characters are integral to the story. It’s like … Continue reading The rise of the side character – the people you want to steal the narrative scene

You’ve gotta admit, these K-pop bromances are a little suspicious

Saints and Sinnas CoverIt feels weird to be working on a book pre-George Floyd. It’s not like the #blacklivesmatter movement wasn’t a thing before I started this story, but Floyd’s unintentional martyrdom has kicked the world into a different kind of angst. It’s crazy right now. The ‘rona is still out there, and race in America is like a powder keg. Continue reading “You’ve gotta admit, these K-pop bromances are a little suspicious”