Story time — The Long Weekend

I hope everyone got a copy of A Haunting Experience while it was up for free. I had a lot of fun celebrating its first book birthday, but now it’s over and the price has gone back to normal. Remember, a review is the best gift you can give and author, and the best way to ensure they will keep writing!

So, my last post was an update and I thought we’d do something different this time. How about a short story? I like a wide variety, and I have written a lot of different genres, but of course most of my stories have spanking in them. I like to just let my muse decide where we go for things like this. A bit of an impromptu bedtime story… which means this is unedited and yes, no doubt there will be mistakes. Once I get rich and famous and I have a PA to edit my posts you can stop suffering through the errors. So, there’s some incentive to make that happen, In the meantime… for those who like warnings this story is M/F, spanking, no sex.

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A Haunting Experience turns one!

Now that I’ve gotten the hard part out of the way with the website set up and the first blog post done to break the ice, I want to talk about my first book, A Haunting Experience. The timing is just about perfect since the 16th is the one-year anniversary of that book, and I do love to celebrate anniversaries. So, before I go any further and give you a few spoilers on the book (just a few, don’t worry) I wanted to give you the exciting news, then you can skip the spoilers if you don’t want them.

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Thoughts escape a crowded mind

Thoughts escape a crowded mind and words spill onto the page… and that kind of freeform writing is probably what you’ll see a lot of here. This blog is going to have a little bit of everything. I plan to use it as a forum for some short stories, but also news and announcements, and general updates. Today I figured I’d start by just giving you some background and a few warnings.

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