I’m looking forward to being a guest host at the Deep Desires Press 2nd Annual Facebook Beach Party on Saturday, July 28. I’ll post more details soon but, for now, make a date in your diary to meet many of the great erotic romance authors who write for Deep Desire Press.
Enjoy the sexual thrills of life on the road as rock band keyboarder Trixxi Powers takes to the stage. Is the guilt of cheating worth her one shot at fame?
She’s sexy, blonde, amazing on the keyboard, and not single…but what goes on tour stays on tour, right? Find out in Gemma Stone’s hottest short story yet.
Looking for something hot and dark that will keep you up all night? Jessica Collins, Luna Blue and Gemma Stone have the perfect answer in this delicious anthology of sweet and sexy romances.
Blonde, sexy keyboardist Trixxi Powers has her one shot at fame as her band plays on a world famous stage, but when technical glitches threaten her big moment, the only way out is help from a sound engineer who wants to get in her pants, but that will mean cheating on the love of her life…
Coming on 17th April.
It’s the first annual Deep Desires Press Winter Cabin Party!
Join me, Gemma Stone, and a host of Deep Desires Press authors us for a day of fun, games, giveaways, cover reveals, and more!
Whether you’re looking for your next great read, or you want to meet some fabulous authors, or you’re looking for some fun for a chilly January Saturday, this party is for you!
Join us here on this event page on Saturday January 27th for all the fun!
Erotic romance publisher, Deep Desires Press, will be hosting a special Winter Cabin Party on Saturday 27th Jan, starting at 10.30 am (CST) – that’s 4.30pm GMT in the UK.
I will be co-hosting the party from 5.00pm GMT, so don’t forget to drop by and join in. There will be book discounts, author chat, promotions and fun all through the day with many of the top erotic romance authors writing for Deep Desires Press joining the party as co-hosts. See you there!
Do most fiction authors start writing their novel at the beginning, and end when it is finished, or write the ending first and reverse-engineer the rest of the book to lead up to it?
I’ve tried it both ways. What works for you?