Sunday, 29 March 2009

Actually, I'm a moggie...

You Are a Bengal Cat

You look wild, but deep down, you're really quite sweet.

You are curious about the world around you, and you love to explore.

You liked to swim and climb trees as a kid... and probably still do!

You are confident and energetic. You are ready to take on the world.

Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Another draft cover

Rather nice, isn't it? The text/font may change a bit, but the image is cool! Love that she's wearing black lace knickers... LOL

This collection includes my story FIREWORKS INSIDE which is story about some naughty goings on in a cupboard... :)

Saturday, 21 March 2009

Shadowplay reprint

Here's a draft version of the new cover for SHADOWPLAY. It will be available as a US only reprint in November.

As it's over ten years since I wrote this one, I'm not quite sure what happens in it! LOL It's a women's erotica novel, where a sophisticated husband and wife take a country holiday and explore new sexual horizons, but other than that, I'll have to re-read it myself to find out what occurs. Plenty of shagathonics in it, that's for sure... ;)

Thursday, 19 March 2009


Sorry it's been rather quiet here lately. Am grappling with writing stuff and life stuff and time just seems to get away from me.

Here's a rather mad picture of Kuffer as a placeholder... and I'll be back when I get any interesting news of any kind... :)

Sunday, 8 March 2009

I have been mainly...

watching this for the last couple of days and have been completely fascinated by it. Strangely enough, I still don't know whether I actually like the central character of Lillie Langtry. She was the Victorian equivalent of these celebrities who are famous just for being famous, and who got ahead by looking pretty and sleeping their way to the top. It's hard to tell if this is a true representation of the real woman, but it is compelling viewing. Lillie had her share of triumphs and tragedies and a lot of love affairs, and does seem to have been a shameless self promoter who sometimes caused pain to others and/or exploited them for her own advancement. And yet, she was feisty and used her own form of power in an age when men were pretty much in control of everything.

All in all, I think I admire Lillie more than like her, but it's the mark of fine programme making and intriguing subject material when you find you're not exactly rooting for the central character all the time, but you just can't stop watching anyway.

Monday, 2 March 2009

New Short Story Sales!

Thrilled to announce two new Black Lace short story sales!

The Distraction will be in the Misbehaviour anthology and Fireworks Inside will be in Sexy Little Numbers. :)