Tuesday, August 30, 2011
So, this wild and crazy chick storms into town. Rip roaring up the east coast. Taking no prisoners.
Naturally, I'm intrigued and prepared.
She whips into my digs and I'm ready, baby, for the blow job of my life.
And, for the record, I like a little teeth, ya feel me? I'm stoked for one helluva time, ready to have my world turned upside down.
Reality: Shit, amigos, she was more hard core on the Weather Channel.....
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Monday, August 22, 2011
My dark, erotic novel debuts today, so please join me at the uber hot Romance with SASS, where I'll be chatting about the Darker side of Romance to coincide with the release of The Darker side of Heaven.
It will be devilishly good fun.
Romance with Sass
Sunday, August 14, 2011
I already use a pen-name. However, I am contemplating expanding my writing repertoire to include M/M genre and possibly YA.
I have a dark, gritty (gee, shocking, right?) hot and steamy Sci-fi story peculating in me brain. It will include elements of M/F/M and M/M action.
Now, you may wonder why I would choose to use a different pen-name for M/M erotic romance fiction. What the heck is wrong with KB Cutter? Nothing, actually. Its more of a cover for me. Not many of my friends and family or professional colleagues know I write erotic romance. They know of KB Cutter, the horror dude, but not the erotic romance writer.
I know all they have to do is do a Google search and Wham-Bam they can see my hot and steamy words.
This is the 21st century and there should be no stigma to what I choose to write. Maybe I'm taking the easy route so I don't have to go through the hassle of explaining the why's and what's of my stories.
For now, sadly, it may be the best course of action. Additional pen names create more work for me. Multiple Twitter/FaceBook accounts. Blogs/websites. It's manageable, but time consuming. Precious time I need to devote to writing.
BUT, its kinda cool to slip into another persona and be somebody completely different in online social media outlets.
As long as I don't turn into Sybil, that is................
Saturday, August 13, 2011
Stunning cover art by the talented Fiona Jade. Darkly evocative.
Shadows lengthen over the world. Turmoil rages across the globe.
Something evil this way comes . . . .
Emotionally conflicted avenger Chalice Noire, product of an unholy union of demon and angel, is a slayer to the forces of darkness. Employed by shadowy benefactors in Rome, her sect is commanded by fallen angel Nikolai Voss, whose allegiance is not to the Church, but to the flame of vengeance that burns within.
But Chalice possesses a holy relic, a Weapon of the Mass, which Nikolai desperately craves, and he will stop at nothing to retrieve it, destroying anything or anyone, including his own soul.
Renegade vampire Adam Blake is a recluse, attempting to bury his troubled past and the tortured memory of his former lover, Chalice Noire, in the last frontier of America: the Alaskan wilderness.
Armageddon looms, the agents of light and darkness gather forces. The battle to be fought not on the sands of Biblical prophecy, but in the rugged beauty of Alaska, where Chalice and Adam once again cross paths. Can they reconcile their past to save humanity's future?
Thursday, August 4, 2011
I must admit, I am not a fan of M/M romance. I do not actively seek out those titles. However, I will check out certain titles by certain authors, namely A.B Gayle and KevaD.
Disclaimer alert: I am friends with Margie Church. We chat vial e-mail, Face Book and cell phone. Some say we are as thick as thieves.
All true. I enjoy her work and our conversations.
I was also privy to the difficulties Margie experience while writing Hard as Teak. She got a lot of flack for it. All undeserved as it turns out Hard as Teak is rockin it…....HARD.
Second Disclaimer alert: I bought my own copy of Teak. Margie did not solicit, compel, or coerce me with lewd photos (hey, I was young and in college and this nice man came up to me…) or threaten to bludgeon me her open toed sandals if I did not write a review.
The story of Kevin Marks and Teak Hidalgo (love that name) is beautifully told. The sexual coming of age journey Kevin embarks on is realistic without being sappy or flamboyantly over the top.
It also resonates because it starts out with Kevin having sex with his girlfriend Chiyo. It is during this intimate (and hot) act that we see the emotional conflict brewing in Kevin.
Margie Church does not shy away from such turmoil and presents it in not as a mere plot device to engage in a little het-sex action. It is organically germane to the plot.
Here is where Margie Church received her criticisms. How did she have the audacity to break the tried (tired) and true convention of M/M romance by introducing icky hereto-sexual congress and infidelity?
Simply answered- because it happens. Yes, unlike you are one of the Geico rock dwellers, yes, my friends, it does!
Margie breaks the genre conventions and that is what makes her books compelling.
Also, her words, they are poetic, humorous and sexy.
Very sexy. Burning hot.
There is some serious male-male action in the pages of Hard as Teak. Admittedly, I would not like to emulate the sexual activities compellingly described in these pages, but did manage to get the blood flowing!
If you want a poignant sexual coming of age story, with fully textured, compelling characters and poetic words that brilliantly frame not only the rural beauty of the Minnesota wilderness, but the beauty of two people falling in love, while combating inner and outer conflict, then run, not walk to your computer and buy Hard as Teak.