Wednesday, April 17, 2013

HOT read from G.E. Stills

There are erotic writers and then there are EROTIC writers! With SUCCUBUS VENGEANCE, author G.E. Stills takes paranormal eroticism to a whole new level that will leave you begging for more.
     Carina is a succubus who lives to fill her needs, taking sustenance - both nourishing and sexual – as she wishes… mostly, from men. She does, that is, until a chance encounter with an unusual and sensitive guy leads her to a woman who desperately needs her help. Taking the hapless female under her wing, she breaks her century’s old rule of self-sufficiency and finds herself in the somewhat sticky role of a caretaker who’s falling in love…with what could have been her prey.
     This read is Hot with a capital “H”. And definitely 18+ …guaranteed to please hardcore and novice readers of erotica alike, chapter by enticing chapter, until the very end. 
     If you’re a fan of Erotica and this is your first visit to the books of G.E. Stills, you’ve been missing out. SUCCUBUS VENGEANCE is well worth the read! Well done, Mr. Stills. Yet another great book from the man who loves women!

Thursday, April 11, 2013


Am I the only one who’s been missing out on Shebat Legion’s “Vampire Therapy”? Not anymore! In this, the third installment of the quirky series, beautiful buxom Lilly does just what the title suggests…but it’s how she does it that will have you shaking your head as you hold back guffaws.
“Bring us back a leprechaun,” her younger brother Duke calls as she dashes off after a rainbow. Little does he know that, for once, she’ll be fast enough to find the pot of gold at the end.  And with the pot? You guessed it…Leprechauns! What follows is a riotous raunchy meeting of the minds as Lilly’s cohorts at the “Cat’s Ass Boutique”, challenged by a riddle, attempt to free her of her thirty-six inch high tormentor.
Shebat Legion’s wicked wit and incredible imagination combine beautifully in this tall tale (for grown-ups!) that will have you rolling in the aisle from start to finish. From mammary fondling and hamster consumption to the eventual solving of the riddle, it’s a work of pure genius. Bravo LILLY! Bravo Shebat! I say, bring on more “Therapy”!

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Review of BEYOND THE RED DOOR by E.H.James

Author E.H. James has delivered a solid four star read with BEYOND THE RED DOOR.
The story opens with Jesse Miller and his buddy Steadman planning a party in a spooky old house – a house that just happens to be the scene of two grizzly episodes of murder. Excited about their pending graduation, their vulnerability to harm doesn’t occur to them, even when Jesse begins to see dead people on the eve of the event.
With snappy dialog that’s punctuated by humor, this story moves along quickly. I like the good-natured camaraderie that James develops between the characters, particularly Miller and his best friend Steadman. They sound and act like the high school students they are - at the top of their game and superior to the peripheral adults in every way! Although the plot is somewhat predictable, it’s the bumps along the way that give BEYOND a character of its own – the squabble that Jesse has with his girlfriend and his accident in gym class. The solution that the author has devised to undo the unleashed evil is very clever as well!
If you’re a lover of paranormal horror, BEYOND THE RED DOOR is a definite “Read!!”. I highly recommend this story.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Review Of Petronela Ungureanu's debut, LOST IN THE SEVEN WORLDS

  Are you on the train to work? Or perhaps on the bus between stops? If so, pick up LOST IN THE SEVEN WORLDS…you won’t be disappointed. Petronela Ungureanu’s debut work is a beautifully crafted tale that follows a nameless young woman as she adapts to her new life in a place she knows only as the world of the Daevas. At nineteen, the earthling has been their “prisoner “ for 3 long years and can’t fathom why. Although she’s treated with compassion, she longs for a companion – someone who will explain the necessity of her situation…and someone to love.  She finds that someone in the form of a “fallen Daeva”, Lord Idris.
     From the first word of this captivating romance to the last, Ungureanu paints a multi-hued palate of a world where possibilities exist that are outside our realm of experience. Her words, literary and lyrical, will draw you into the seven worlds as her heroine battles isolation, sorrow, and confusion…until her newfound love gives her hope for the future. 
     Don’t underestimate this story or assume that it’s run-of –the –mill…the shocking twist at the end will leave you breathless - and wanting more from Petronela Ungureanu.  I wholeheartedly recommend LOST IN THE SEVEN WORLDS to readers of all ages and genders. It’s one great read!

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Another Day, A Better Day

This morning I woke up to find my book finally ranking on Amazon. (The erotic readers must come out at night because I went from last to number 46,000 ish at four in the morning.) I swore that I wouldn't watch the hourly update, but it's impossible not to. Since this time of day is probably the least likely for my book to sell, I'm encouraged that I'm holding on to 69,000.

Lady Amber throws a great release party. I'm sure I owe most of my sales to her - unless SJ Davis went to Amazon and bought a whole lot of books! I realize now how important networking is in this business - I'm just not good at it.

I owe a great debt to fellow authors Kim McNiel, G.E. Stills, Kim Carmichael, Petronela Ungureanu, Rue Volley, Chelle, Carmilla Voiez, and Gabrielle Lepore for their support since my release. It was a stressful time for me and one which I didn't handle well, but all of them were very encouraging. Thank god it's behind me!

Monday, April 1, 2013

Today's the Day!

My first book goes on sale today on Amazon. Not sure when, but it will be there eventually!! It's exciting, but I'm pretty calm about it. I was much more stressed a couple of weeks ago, actually.

I managed to get quite a bit of editing done on GONE over the weekend and I'm feeling pretty good about where it's at...finally! Want to do one last read through before I submit.

Just heard from Amanda Browning and my submission for FETISH FAIRY TALES was accepted. I'm totally thrilled to hear it because I particularly enjoyed working on the piece.

That's about it from my little place in the world! N.

Friday, March 29, 2013

I've been working hard on "GONE" lately, trying to iron out the rough spots in the middle. The first 160 pages are fine and so are the last 50, it's the ones in between that are giving me grief!! Oh well, it'll come together sooner or later. I just have to remind myself to be patient.