After reflection concerning whether to write something meditative, quasi-semi-pseudo-autobiographical in nature, or total jism flinging smut, I started both. Ha! Fooled you, didn’t I. Although my pull is to the meditative piece, and it has the bulk of produced words, I making sure there’s enough sex in it to keep myself (and hopefully the reader) interested. 195 more words
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Hi, Lillian Francis here, and I’ve popped in to show off my amazing cover for my novel, New Lease of Life, coming soon from Dreamspinner Press. 624 more words
The delight of this cover is observing Amy Reeder create a wonderful moment of childhood innocence. This is Lunella and she is befriending a dinosaur. The juxtaposition of size, emotion and poise bears something so ridiculous and outrageous that it might just work. 253 more words
You know what’s fun and easy?
Creating book titles and cover art. ‘Tis A joyous activity which enthrals me for hours.
Writing a book for that cover art and title, on the other hand, is not only hard but downright boring (yeah I said it) writing goddamn novels/a short story collection is godawfully tedious. 211 more words