Should fictional relationships be required to model healthy behavior for readers?

This topic has been coming for a while and it’s going to be a long, and hopefully interesting post because I have a lot to say about it. I’m going to use the example of Fifty Shades in the beginning, but this post isn’t specifically about that series—so don’t run off because you can’t stand the books, or because you love them and think I’m going to rip it apart.
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New book and Anniversaries!

My 6th novel, Surrendering to her General, has been accepted by my usual publisher Blushing Books ! If you’ve never checked them out you should. Most of their books are romantic fiction covering relationships with elements of power-exchange, like mine.

I’m really excited about this book because I feel like I had to stretch in some new directions for it. I’ve always wanted to do a sci-fi novel, and I have another one started, but this one jumped to the head of the list. We’re probably looking at a mid-May release for it and I can’t wait to see what people think of it.

I’m especially pleased because it was two years ago this month that my first book A Haunting Experience was accepted by Blushing (February 17th 2017) so it feels like a great way to celebrate my anniversary as an author. Thank you so much for supporting me by buying my books, reading, and reviewing them. This has been a wonderful journey and more fun than I could have expected!

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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