This is going to be one of those informative posts where I ramble about things that people who are new to the scene, or people who are outside the scene but curious, might find useful–but I actually hope some people who have been around the block a couple times might find it interesting too.
I’m going to discuss SSC and RACK, two popular acronyms used by people in the scene. Continue reading “We’ve outgrown Safe, Sane, and Consensual (SSC)”
I submitted a book to my publisher back in February (tentatively) titled Surrendering to her General. I’m fairly proud of it because it’s my first sci-fi excursion and there is a lot of competition in the ‘Dominant Space Alien’ market so I’m a little nervous too. Continue reading “New Book: Release Date for Surrendering to Her General”
Not all submissives are the same.
Right off the starting block I need to clarify something: not everyone who ‘submits’ considers themselves a submissive. In fact, some don’t like the word at all because of the connotations and expectations that come with it. Continue reading “Blog Post: What kind of submissive are you?”
My Anti-Valentine’s Day story, as promised. As usual, please forgive any typos. Blog posts don’t get edited by anyone but me, and you know how impossible it is to edit your own work right away.
M/F romance with a side of spanking.
Continue reading “New story: An anti-Valentine’s Day story”
So today I have an anniversary. It was two years ago today that I submitted my first book. It’s a milestone I’m proud of because I tend to avoid drastic change and I knew that switching from short stories and articles to novels was going to bring a lot of change. Continue reading “Two years ago today…”