I wanted to try my hand at writing something sexy, something a little funny
and something that would leaving you wanting more. That was what I had in mind
as I set pen to paper and wrote Say My Name for the Firefly and Wisp anthology
Of Leather and Lace.
I started off thinking about the characters I wanted and straight away, I
knew they were going to be a librarian and a police officer. Slowly the short
story unfolded into something that was a joy to write. I found myself laughing
at Claire's (the librarian) thoughts and the way she so desperately wanted her
sexy next door neighbour. I also wanted to provide a cop fantasy that wasn't all
about being pulled over on the side of the road...though that is a tantalising
It wasn't all about the sex in this story, it was more about the fantasy of
having to surrender yourself to another. We all have fantasies whether it is a
threesome, being handcuffed or dressing up etc...they are good to have, healthy
even :). Writing this story was an adventure, one i can't wait to share with you
Now is my chance to be able to do that and at a great price. For a limited
time only this anthology which includes not only my story but many other great
stories is going on sale. For the low price of .99c you can read Of leather and
lace and have a glimpse into some spine tingling, toe curling, oh la la stories!
So why not grab a copy, .99c is a steal and awesome value.
My first published piece features in this great horror anthology book 13 tales of the paranormal.
The chills are creeping up your neck, the unknown watch you from a breath away, and the long dead seem closer than ever…In the modern age, our five senses are constantly bombarded by the world around us: flashing screens, loud noises, barking, yelling, horn honking, billboards, bustling crowds, arrogant bosses, and the constant hustle of a busy schedule. It's hard to even think of having a moment alone.
But it is when we are alone, that our sixth sense has a chance to surface. I invite you to take a moment, or two, for yourself to sit down, dim the lights and spend some time with the strange and the weird. Sift through some stories that will have you looking into dark corners, listening to the creeks of the floor, and wondering if the movement of your curtain is the work of something other than a breeze