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June 21, 2017

I ordered these rack cards from Vistaprint last week and they have already arrived! All set for the Romancing the Capital convention here in Ottawa, August 3-5th. I will be there Saturday, August 5th from 2-4 selling and signing paperback copies of The James Lucas Trilogy and promoting my recent eBook releases! Come on by… Read More ›

Book Review – Playing to Win by Avery Cockburn

I almost gave this one full marks just for the cover. Jk. But as a lover of men in kilts it did grab my attention. *Playing to Win Blurb:  Being out in this world was dangerous enough. Being real was downright suicidal. Colin MacDuff has nothing. Growing up in a Glasgow slum, he learned never… Read More ›

New Book Review Feature

I’ve decided to add the occasional book review to my website/blog. Now I have, over the years, come to the conclusion that these sorts of books, by which I mean romance and erotic romance, are an intensely personal experience. As such, there is a wide variation of what appeals to certain people and what doesn’t…. Read More ›

Thomas Synnamon’s Leather and Lace

Several years ago I stumbled upon the photography of Mr. Thomas Synnamon. I say stumbled upon but really it was an honest head-over-heels flip out when I saw this initial image from his Leather and Lace 2011 calendar: Now, I happen to have a thing for androgyny. I also have a thing for men’s forearms…. Read More ›

Flashback

In The Loft – Book Three, James, Tate and Sebastian look back on some pivotal moments thanks to some archived CCTV camera footage.   The next afternoon we set ourselves up in the basement with pizza and beer. James had already transferred all the files to a memory stick as Donovan had suggested so he… Read More ›

Priscilla – Anything but a Drag!

My husband and our two children (13 and 10) were lucky enough to have a chance to attend Ottawa’s Tototoo Theatre’s grand production of the iconic Priscilla, Queen of the Desert at the University of Ottawa’s Alumni Theatre on Friday, May 26. My father, at 81, a veteran of live stage performance in Ottawa and… Read More ›