The Gift of Submission: When she wants more than just fantasy…

She wants a deeper commitment from you that will satisfy her fantasies. She’s giving you the gift of her submission

via Guys, when your #bdsm fantasy becomes a reality, do you freak out? — dave94015

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Dirty Thief ~ Dirty Players! #CoverReveal @AuthorTLouise #erotica

I’m really pleased to be able to play a part in Tia Louise’s Cover Reveal  for Dirty Thief due to be published April 15th! Sharing is caring as they say!


 Dirty Thief, an all new sexy standalone in the Dirty Players Series by Tia Louise is coming April 25th!


Dirty Thief by Tia Louise

Publication Date: April 25th

Genre: Contemporary Romance/Romantic Suspense

Cover Designer: Steven Novak


What do you get when you mix a brooding king with a sexy pickpocket? Not your usual fairy tale.

Ava Wilder is beautiful, she lives in a pink castle, and she’s a thief. Rowan Westringham Tate loves power, speed, and Ava.

Their romance is straight out of an erotic Cinderella story, until the one man Ava is running from shows up to claim what she stole—or to claim her.

Now Ava might be forced to take another thing to protect her happily ever after… A life.

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About the Author:

“Queen of Hot Romance”; Award-winning, International Bestselling author of the ONE TO HOLD series.

Her debut adult romance ONE TO HOLD was a 2014 “Lady Boner” award-winner, #1 in Military Romance, and a Top 20 Contemporary Romance novel for several months. ONE TO KEEP, #2 in the series of stand-alone novels, followed the same course, with the remaining performing equally well.

From being a “Readers’ Choice” nominee two years running, to picking up USA Today “Happily Ever After” nods, nothing makes her happier than communicating with fans and weaving new tales into the Alexander-Knight world of stories.

A former journalist, Louise lives in the center of the U.S.A. with her lovely family and one grumpy cat. There, she dreams up stories she hopes are engaging, hot, and sexy, and that cause readers rethink common public locations…

It’s possible she has a slight truffle addiction.

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Written a smutty book? 

If you’ve written an erotic book and would like to share with me,  and my readers, do get in touch.  I love to help out other lovers of smut and BDSM fanatics!  Send your details via this quick form aptly named “The Smut Share!”

My #Top7 #WordCount Progress Meters : Writing Tools : View My Stats! #amwriting #erotica


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In case you hadn’t noticed, in my sidebar I’ve added word count progress meters. I love these as they help me keep on track of my daily writing goals. Yes, I’m obsessed with these little blighters, which work as a great motivation tool.

When I say I’m writing again, yep, I am really going for it!

This is where I go to get the progress meters pictured above and in my sidebar :

My #1.


Other word meters I’ve used in the past, and like, are listed below: 

#2. A good no-nonsense word meter, plus a cute caveman one as pictured above :

#3. A neat looking word meter :

#4. A good one for NaNoWriMo :

#5. Clean design:

#6. A simple HTML progress bar which does not rely on outside images. :

#7. For WordPress.Org :

Thought it’d would be helpful for my fellow writers. Having said that these aren’t necessarily just for story writers. They can be used for counting non-fiction, blog posts, and freelance writing word count tasks, too.

Now you have some more writing tools, all you’ve got to do is write. Join me!

What are you writing?


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It’s a New Writing Month Ahead: What are your writing goals? #amwriting


My writing goal this month:

This March I’m keeping it simple; write 6K words a week. That’s minimum. That’s also 24,000 words each four week period. Not much to some, but enough to make a difference for me. It will keep the paddle at bay, at least!

In a four week month that’s only 857 words a day. Doesn’t sound much when you hear it like that, does it? The trick, and the hardest bit, is to write every day.

What isn’t simple is that my slave girl series and developed into two different books, so I’m getting my head around what I need to keep and what can be saved for later. Agggh!

My month in review:

I didn’t write as much as I wanted in February, as I was trying to sort out my book ready for submission. That’s been sent off and I can try and forget about that for a bit now, and concentrate on my new month’s goals.

I’ve also been concentrating on promoting more on Twitter, and that’s working out well.

What are you writing, and what are your writing goals? 

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