The Meaning of Traditions—to you.

When most people think of "traditions", they're thinking of society-wide customs and habits that become ingrained over years and generations. The holiday season is a good example, for it is stuffed full of traditions. But traditions can be more personal and often, far more significant. For instance, a personal tradition of mine is to step

2017-12-04T13:42:37+00:00 Monday, December 4, 2017|Categories: My Life|Tags: , , |

Big Enough to Prop a Door Open!

I write a lot of sexy books. You may have noticed. 2013 was one of my peaks of productivity for books. I wrote and released nearly two dozen of them. And nearly every single one of them was an erotic romance. One can get awfully sick of describing sex after so many books, although I

What I’m Reading – A Very Nice Surprise

I usually have a dozen books on the go, flipping between fiction and non-fiction and yet more non-fiction on other readers. In the last week that has come to a grinding halt, surprising the crap out of mildly-OCD me. What happened? Two things. Number one I bought a Brian Tracy book on Amazon, who offered

2014-04-18T07:06:46+00:00 Friday, April 18, 2014|Categories: Reader Resources|Tags: , , , , |

PULSE PAUSE MOMENTS – Richard Armitage…again.

I know I've raved about the majestic Thorin Oakenshield before. I was given a copy of the director's extended cut of The Hobbit - An Unexpected Adventure for Christmas, and so far, I've watched the movie and 45% of the incredible and fascinating special effects. I was reacquainted again with the deep, sexy, smooth baritone

My Top 5 Most Influential Authors

I grew up without a television and in a tiny little wheatbelt town that didn't have any kids my own age in it  -- there were only five houses and the one other house that had kids, the kids were all boys. So I read.  A lot. Keeping this list to just five major influencers