I thought I’d break up the serious topics with an update since I haven’t posted one so far this year. I am trying to make an effort to post more frequently. Readers have said they prefer blogs who post at least once a week.
The problem, of course, is that I’m a full-time writer of books, which have to take priority because that’s how I pay the bills. So, I’m making an effort to post more in general, but weekly probably won’t continue for too long.Read more: Updated Files
But I do have updates! In the dead zone at the end of last month, after the Krampus books were out, and before I started on my next deadline, I took a couple of days to update my book checklists. These were something I had never considered doing until some readers asked for them, but they make sense and I think some people find them useful.
If you go to Downloads you will find two checklists available to download, or view on the page. The first is just a simple checklist of all my books under both names. You’ll get the series title, books in the correct order, and the genre of each.
Anthologies are listed and noted when they are no longer available, since many are limited editions.
Now, the next checklist down is a lot more detailed. it will contain spoilers. So please be aware of that before you scan through. But for those of you who have triggers and are always concerned about reading a new book, this would be the one for you.
You get the same information as the first checklist, but it also lists any triggers I could think of. Keep in mind that you may have triggers I didn’t think to mention, but I did my best.
Just a note… ALL of my books include kink. All of my books include spanking. Most, if not all, of my books include punishment too, so there was no point in listing them for each book. I did anyway for most of them, but even if it’s not noted it will be in there.
You’ll also get any tropes that I think are included in the books. Those are going to be pretty spoilery since tropes basically are the book content. Don’t read the second checklist if you don’t want spoilers.
This second checklist is pretty detailed, and it takes a lot of my time to update so I don’t get around to it much. It’s current as of now though. I’m proud of myself. I hope you find them useful.
While I’m doing updates, here’s what I’m up to!
On the blog you can expect this next week:
Exploring a Kink Relationship Safely— Part Three: Red Flags
As far as my published writing goes, I am currently working on my submission for the Dirty Daddies Spring Anthology. I’m having a lot of fun with it, but it’s not done just yet. If you love Daddy Doms and /or Daddy Kink you should grab this while it’s priced cheap for pre-order.
After I wrap that up, I will probably be starting on a book in the Stateside Dom series by Red Hot Romance.
I don’t think it needs too much explanation, but my state is Rhode Island in case you’re curious. You can find the series here: Stateside Doms.
I think a large chunk of well-known kinky romance authors will end up taking part in this series and I am thrilled to be one of them. Seriously, working with some of the greats here! Plus, I’m excited to write a book about Rhode Island.
Oh, one last update! The paperback version of Scorpio is finally live for those of you who were waiting. A lot of new paperbacks are up actually. Lord Krampus has its own, but the first three books in the Krampus Collective are now in a box set and that is available as a paperback too.
That’s all my news for the week and I have to get back to work. But you’ll see me soon.