[Guest Post] Racheline Maltese and Erin McRae with The Art of Three

Hello, Internet! Please welcome Racheline Maltese as she discusses her new release The Art of Three, co-written with Erin McRae. For me, reading romance has always been a little bit aspirational. The characters I identified with (whether heroes or heroines) are always just a little bit cooler, hotter, and more resourceful than me. They are…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Andrea Speed with “Karma”

  Hello, Internet! Today on this special edition of Flash Fiction, Andrea Speed drops by once again with Karma. A delightful tale of suspense where the only monsters we must fear are the ones within ourselves. Please enjoy! Karma by Andrea Speed When the burning started, Ben thought it was lung cancer. Cancer ran in…

[Flash Fiction Friday] M.A. Church presents “Drawings and Designs”

Hello Internet! Please welcome M.A. Church for this edition of Flash Fiction Friday! In this edition we meet Jay, a man shopping for an anniversary gift for his mate. But he gets more than he expected when he checks out the merchandise. Drawings and Designs by M.A. Church Jay strolled past glass display case after display…

Welcome Erin McRae and Racheline Maltese!

If you’ve ever dated anyone, chances are you’ve had some version of the awkward, unpleasant, or just downright embarrassing version of the meet-the-parents experience. For me, it was the first time I met the woman who would become my mother-in-law: I had just slept over at her house, with my then-boyfriend, now-husband, Ben. As far…

K. Lynn talks gender over a Coffee Date

Please welcome K. Lynn to my blog today. She brings us a topic near and dear to my heart with challenging gender roles in her novella Coffee Date. This year, a number of my releases are focusing on transgender characters, including Coffee Date. I have always been fascinated by both the perception of gender and…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Andrea Speed presents Judgment

Hello Internet! Welcome back a repeat offender I mean visitor Andrea Speed for Flash Fiction Friday. Today, Andy presents her thoughtful sci-fi piece Judgment. What does it truly mean to be judged? And what are the consequences? Judgment by Andrea Speed A man in a business suit, briefcase handcuffed to his wrist, stood on a quiet beach…

[Guest Post] Anne Barwell with A Knight To Remember

Thanks, Lex, for hosting me today. I’ve always loved stories about dragons so when I was asked what traditional story I’d rewrite as M/M, St George and the Dragon immediately came to mind. I’m not a fan of helpless heroines or dragons as the bad guys. One strong image I had for the story before…

[Guest Post] Kim Fielding’s Startling Realization of Adulthood

Hi there! This is Kim Fielding, invading Lex’s blog. Several months ago, I accompanied my husband to Home Depot. He goes there a lot. This is what a small portion of our garage–his domain–looks like: Not that I am in any position to complain, since this is what a small portion of the study–my domain–looks…

[Guest Post] Must Love Dogs: Emma Jane and her Pups

Big thank you to Lex for having me on her blog. My name’s Emma Jane and I’m the author of ‘Shuttered.’ When wildlife and landscape photographer Daniel Hopson gets a reading from clairvoyant Rowan Foster at a local craft fair, he quickly realizes it’s a con. But he sees the charm behind the chancer’s façade,…

[Flash Fiction Friday] Anne Barwell with a Dragons of Astria Short

Thanks for hosting my story for Flash Fic Friday, Lex.   I’ve adapted the prompt a little so it works within my Dragons of Astria series.  I’m writing book 2 in that series next, and this was a great way to get back into that universe again.   Prompt: While in the post office buying…

Welcome Brynn Stein and Ray of Sunlight

This is the seventh stop on my blog tour. I’m having such fun, as I always do on these tours, talking about various aspects of writing in general, and Ray of Sunlight in particular and getting to know all of you. Thanks so much for following the tour. If this is your first stop, feel…

[Flash Fiction Friday] T.A. Venedicktov presents Bones

Hello Internet! Lex here. And today we have up and coming DSP Publications author duo T.A. Venedicktov presenting their entry for Flash Fiction Friday asking the question: “Will you help me hide a boooodddyyyy~” Enjoy! Bones by T.A. Venedictov   The world streaked by in a blur of yellow street paint, glowing from the headlights,…