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Social Service: Free August 26-30

A friendly reminder that Social Service is free from today through Thursday, August 30. If you haven’t read it and you might like a BDSM story about a kinky community doing all sorts of freaky shit, head on over to Amazon and download a copy.


The giveaway for Under Order went well with one tiny, yet very important exception: I tend to get positive feedback in the form of e-mails and comments, and negative feedback in the form of reviews.

I love both kinds of feedback. Really. But part of the bummer of writing in this genre is that many folks who enjoy the books don’t have kink-friendly accounts to express their enjoyment to the world! Meh! People who hate the books are usually happy to use their ‘normal’ accounts to bash any subject that most people consider taboo.

Ah, well. The great thing is I know lots of people enjoyed Under Order, not only from personal feedback I got, but because sales for the sequel skyrocketed last week. So it is being enjoyed by many. And everything is bound to be hated by a few. Right?


Click here to download a copy of Social Service for your Kindle or Kindle App (which is also free, download here).

Spanktastic will be free August 31-September 4.

Labor Day is coming up. Just a year ago, I wrote Sexy Labor Day — one of my first attempts at kink-fantasy fiction. It’s amazing it’s just been one year. What a trip.



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New Cover: Under His Roof

Under His Roof is my latest novella, due for e-book release in a month or so. Rachel, our protagonist, hires a professional disciplinarian to give her what she needs: a long, hard spanking. However, her disciplinarian, David, has feelings for her from the start. And she feels the same way about him.

It’s a book with lots of spankings and very little sex. This is an interesting shift from my normal books, and I kind of like how it flows.

So, here’s the cover. If you don’t want to nibble on that perky little nipple, I’m not sure you’re human…

The cover was designed by Willsin Rowe.


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