Showing posts from July, 2014

New Book Release Week events

First up:  the nice reviews which I may or may not have shown you, but here we are again because I love them so much. HERE'S a good review (I plan on memorizing for those off days) mmgoodbookreviews AND here AND here: HEY! HERE IS A GIVE AWAY -- win a copy here: And the blog tour continues with a lovely bunch of antique filthy words here. Lots of naked people at the cupoporn site. There's this article about shape-shifter tropes I enjoy and play with at Boys in Our books blog And FINALLY another giveway today at cup-o-porn Happy New Book Week to Me!! And don't forget, until July 15, Predator's Passion (the first book set in this alternate world) is only 99 cents.

Happy release day to me!

Revealing the Beast is out today! Desire that runs deeper than blood… Solitary Shifters, Book 2 Colt Easton is easygoing, fun loving, good with little kids…and he occasionally turns into a beast capable of ripping out a man’s throat. It’s a family secret he’d be more than happy to keep—if there wasn’t a little boy’s life at stake. A deathbed confession revealed the child could carry Easton blood. The only way Colt can monitor the boy is with a job at his day-care center. The problem? New laws decree that all shifters be tagged. No blood test, no job. Dr. Jasper Glen is instantly drawn to the outgoing Colt and is certain any child would be safe in the handsome shifter’s care. He ought to know—he’s been studying shifters for years, even invented the blood test that now, to his shame, the government is using against them. All it takes is a quick vial switch. Except Jasper’s good deed blows the lid off a secret he didn’t even know he was keeping. And triggers a chai

C3 likes big black tails

  chickens going about job of pecking, scratching wait, hold on, there's something C3 adores different angle because different incident. Happens A LOT several seconds later, old dog gets up and moves This is what happens every time the dog lies down. C3 spots the dog and comes over. Why? Because she adores the dog's tail. It's all fine until she starts trying to remove individual hairs.  Dog is sad I don't leave them loose and alone together No, really, it's okay because the dog is in love too. She's fascinated by C3 and her sisters. The dog is so captivated, she drools as she watches them. I used to suppose that if I did leave them alone, I'd come back to find a pile of feathers and a burping dog. Now I'm not as sure. C3 might have intimidated the dog with her tail-lovin' ways.