Spotlight On S.J. Frost and Knight of Fire, Book 2 of the Terra Series
ScatteredThoughts welcomes S.J. Frost today. The next story in her Terra series has been released and she is here to talk about Knight of Fire and the Terra series.
Hello! I’m very happy to be a guest here again and I’m giving my thanks to Melanie for having me back! And I’m also thrilled to offer a free copy of my newest release, Knight of Fire, Book 2 in the Terra series, to one lucky winner. Good luck to all who enter the giveaway! To enter leave a comment below and an email address where you can be reached. Contest ends 5/12 midnight EDT.
When I was here last, I was chatting about my new vampires in Vampire Prince. This time around, I’m going to be talking a bit…
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Marie Sexton Interviews L.A. Witt
Hello, everybody. Marie and Lori here, talking about our upcoming release, Roped In, a hot little “opposites attract” novella about a rodeo roper and an animal rights activist. Today, I (Marie) decided to hold Lori down and force her to answer a few questions.
Marie: All the horse info in Roped In came from you (since I know nothing). Tell us about your experiences/history with horses.
Lori: I learned to ride around the same time I learned to walk. My very first horse show ribbon is dated a few months before my third birthday. Granted it was a leadline class (where my mom led the horse), but I’d been riding on my own before that point. I distinctly remember being annoyed that my mom had to lead the horse, actually, because I could handle him just fine on my own. My family raised Morgans for…
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I want to welcome everyone to RedTigerBurningLust. I will be doing M/M reviews and maybe other assorted rantings. Some of My favorite M/M writers are Chris Cox, J.L. Langley, Anne Tenino, Lynn Flewelling, and Timothy James Beck. I love many genres but thing that turn me off reading wise would be shorter to list, I hate Zombies, Post Apocalyptic Literature, Super Heavy BDSM, Breath Play (I am Asthmatic), Torture. NonConsent would be case by case basis, I read Cethe by Becca Abbot and it didn’t overly trouble me, but read Trusting thomas and what was done to Peter by his first dom and I hate calling him that as he was just an abuser who manipulated a newbie to the BDSM scene appalled me. Thankfully there was very little of that to read about but as it was necessary for the story which was good I gritted my teeth and read it and loved the rest of the story by K C Wells. Thomas did a remarkable job at rehabilitating Peter rebuilding Peter’s ability to Trust in a Dom. I will probably post review to both of these later.
Thank and that is all for now