Goals for 2014: "The Year of the Series"

2014 Writing Goals:

Be My Guest at Justine Elyot's Blog

Today I popped over to Justine Elyot's blog to gab about the power of control and submitting to the fact that sometimes we have no control at all or only little pieces at any given time. Let the A Little Slap and Tickle blog tour commence!

Goal Wrap-Up for 2013

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One Ugly Christmas Tree

Every year my husband and I have a cute tradition: we buy an Xmas ornament that defined that year in sum total. This year we bought a Liberty Bell Christmas ornament since we made the big move back to PA in Oct and we also have a Lego plane, an oinking hedgehog, and a Las Vegas slot machine from our wedding four almost five years ago. This makes our tree an epic hodgepodge of clutter. So we ran with it.

Have A Little Xmas Spirit and a Call for Submissions

Call for Submissions: An Erotica/Erotic Romance Anthology to Benefit the family of Delaney Brown

All Aboard: Next Stop On A Little Slap and Tickle Bloghop

BDSM Blog Tour: A Hop in Time for the new Hobbit movie

Today started a long journey for me: the journey of my A Little Slap and Tickle Bloghop hosted by all my awesome writer friends and colloquies. I was out Christmas shopping earlier which is why this wasn't up sooner, I apologize for my delay. But here are a few of the stops I'll be making along the way:

KD Grace: Today--or what's left of it.

A Little Slap and Tickle New Release

My new BDSM novella, A Little Slap and Tickle, is out with Xcite, huzzah! It's .99 cents on Amazon right now which is a good deal for 84 pages of smutty goodness at the Renaissance Faire.

Daughters of the Nile...or What I Like to Call "Daughter's of the Awesome"

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Yesterday was a day of rest for me where I did absolutely nothing but read Meg Cabot's newest Size !2 mystery book in between bout's of lag on my computer while playing Sims 3 University. It was epic, wonderful, and much, much needed. Followed by a healthy dose of Thanksgiving Feast of which I could only eat turkey and Dairy Free, Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie due to the pancreantitis madness. Needless to say, I was hungry, but thankful for food at all.

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