So I have finished a short story, titled Two in Hand, which is a little bit of a follow-on to Twice as High. It is two years after the events of TaH and follows Maddy, Kyle, and Julian on a little adventure. The adventure gives you a little more of a glimpse into the Tlin and what they're up to and introduces you more fully to the characters in the next Tlin novel--Tracker and Casey.

The short story will be part of a HUGE charity anthology coming out in August featuring a bazillion (okay, really more like 40) different authors and chock-full of awesome. I'll keep you posted on that.

In the meantime, as I said, the next Tlin novel is Casey and Tracker, and it's coming along nicely. I have another one 2/3 done, but that's going to be the 3rd or maybe even 4th one. We'll have to see where those events line up. 

Sometimes, a commercial is just so good you go out of your way to watch it. This is one of those commercials. It's for Bell's Whisky, and while I'm not a whisky drinker, I'm going out this week and finding some and buying it and drinking a toast to this commercial - it's that good.

This is a brilliant example of simple, direct storytelling. There's scant dialogue here, but the story, underscored by perfectly timed music, is clear from the action. 

I salute Bell's for this commercial, and the ad agency who came up with this. You have hit my writer, reader, HUMAN buttons, and done it with style. Really brilliant.

Thank you all for participating in the Winter Wonder Man Blog Hop with me. Since there was such a great response, I decided to go ahead and choose three winners. The main winner will get the limited edition signed paperback of Season of Seduction, as well as their choice of a single digital title from my backlist. The two runners-up will get their choice of a single digital title from my backlist, as well. 

The overall winner for the Grand Prize is Joanne W. at Tera Shanley's blog.

All of you get my thanks and appreciation. 

All the Best,


Thank you so much to all the readers who nominated Menage on 34th Street at Mary's Menage Reviews for the Menage Romance Fan Awards. Mo34 is nominated for Contemporary Menage and for Holiday Menage, and the review that the lovely Kristin at These Pretty Words did is also nominated. 

Click on the badge if you want to vote for your favorite menage romances in lots of awesome categories.

And thank you again!

What makes a hero a HERO?

That's really the question at the heart of the Winter Wonder Man Blog Hop, and while there isn't one answer for everyone, I can tell you what works for me. I love a hero who is confident and strong, and while he doesn't have to prove himself to anyone, he's ready to step up and do what needs to be done. Sometimes that means the hero isn't a very nice guy. Sometimes he's a high-functioning sociopath, for example. (That voice doesn't hurt a bit, does it?)

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