Monthly Archives: May 2016

Joining the Audiobook Family!

What most of y’all know me for, author-wise, is my gay literary fiction, contemporary westerns and outside-the-box transgressive erotica. But I also write sports romances, paranormal, and the occasional supernatural/occult/dark fantasy—the later being the well-reviewed Roman (Saints and Sinners) that … Continue reading

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To Clean or not…

We have out-of-town guests due in sometime this afternoon and I am very excited. Cynthia is a west coast Face Book friend who is continent-hopping with her SO, Lise. We’ve never met but we’ve shared a few years’ worth of … Continue reading

Posted in To Clean or not... | Tagged bird feathers, cat hair is beautiful, sideways plug for Swiffer, the houseguest boogie | 3 Comments

Kestrel’s Talon (The Stonewatchers Book 1), Bey Deckard #Review

Title: Kestrel’s Talon (The Stonewatchers Book 1) Author: Bey Deckard Genre: Fantasy, gay romance Page count: 426 Publisher: Self-published AMAZON   The Blurb: Following the Prentish/Nemarri war, Kes is rejected by his homeland under the guise of religious purity laws. … Continue reading

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Happy Caturday #catpics #youknowyouwantthem

Celebrating all things Little Miss Mayhem today. Why, you ask (you did, I heard you). Well, because she’s cute and adorable and makes me smile and… and… OK, I’m a lazy bum and it’s a quick post, don’t judge.

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The Gardener’s Lament

We had close to 80 deg in February. But I was a good girl, I waited until the end of March when it teased with warm days but chilly nights, then all through April with cool, damp days, and finally … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Tagged aching back, dirt under fingernails, gardening, grow bag fangirling, tomatoes | Leave a comment

Squirrel Wars

I’m not going to win this one, I know that. I’ve spent beaucoup bucks for raid-proof feeders, attached them to hooks suspended over the railing, making them as uninviting as possible. Nothing works, nothing! I’ve been backing off the number … Continue reading

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Home Alone: trying to saddle up, get back on the horse, hating cliches

Where’d that oddball phrase come from—at sixes and sevens? Whatsit supposed to mean anyhoo? After months of rehabbing Firstborn from that equine crash ‘n burn, then the surgery that knocked her for a loop, we’re both finally getting back to … Continue reading

Posted in get back on the horse, hating cliches, Home Alone: trying to saddle up | Tagged roadblocks, saddling up, super big writer stuff angst | 4 Comments

#BoycottPaulBlake: A Book Cover Male Model Bullies Authors On Social Media

Originally posted on L. Anne Carrington:
Before delving into my latest blog post, I want to thank New York Times and USA Today best selling author Harper Sloan for bringing up an important topic yesterday on Facebook. Be warned some…

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Building Arks and Random Musings

Day something, something of rain, drizzle, foggy drizzle, spritzing, and biblical, torrential downpours. Pastures with no bottoms. Cranky horses, even crankier caretakers. Muck boots lost. Hems disgusting. Stripping in the garage with Mr Tom winding his tangled fur around ungroomed … Continue reading

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Rediscovering HetRomance: A Question of Honor (Mona Karel) #Review

A couple years ago I was totally put off by vapid MF romances of every ilk—historical, dark urban, paranormal… You name it, the same old tropes ruled, the bodice rippers, all gussied up in contemporary dress yet dragging along the … Continue reading

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