I’m warning you in advance this is a long post. The topic of punishment via distance is a complicated one and it was hard to pack everything into this, but I really didn’t want to break it up because things get missed that way.
Before you read this one you might want to read Part 1 if you haven’t already. Continue reading “Blog Post: Long Distance D/s Series: Part 2— Punishments”
I told you I was working hard on these! You’ll never know how stressful it was to pull this series together, so I hope you find some use in it. I will be setting this up to post a new piece in the series every Friday so it will be nice and steady. Continue reading “Blog post: Long Distance D/s series: part 1— How does it work?”
On Friday I finished my current WIP, and my seventh novel. The working name I’ve been going with is “Slave to the Bottle” but I’m really not sure I’m going to stick with it since it has a connotation I don’t like. The story however, I really love and I think it came out exactly the way I wanted it.
Can you guess from the name what it’s about? I’ve been super secretive about this one and no one really knows the theme, but this is the biggest clue I’ve given so maybe you can guess.
I’m taking a few days off before starting to work seriously on the Rise of the Sadecs sequel. I am feeling the ‘end of book’ sadness right now that I often deal with when I’ve finally wrapped up a book. It can be fairly intense emotionally and it will take me a few days to move past it.
I think it’s deeper this time because this book is a stand-alone so their story has ended–at least for now. Who knows what the future will bring but their HEA seems fairly complete to me at this point.
I realized that people might not know that it is a normal and common thing to feel empty and down after finishing a creative work that’s taken a long time, so I whipped up one of my Subby Writer Woes memes to cover it and I thought I’d drop a quick post here to share it with you.
Have a great weekend everyone!
This is going to be fairly short. Reviews are very important. Please remember to review, especially if the book you are reviewing has under a hundred reviews on Amazon.
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This is an unplanned post. It was meant to be just a quick thing but I got wrapped up in researching so it ended up being a little more detailed than I had planned. I wanted to put this out there, because of this article which I see making the rounds on Facebook and Twitter. The headline says “Women be warned: DON’T put ice lollies in your vaginas to cool down in UK heatwave, say docs” Well, then.
Continue reading “Blog post: Be careful with your vagina”