Tag Archive | romance
Imagine, if you will, the howling blizzards, desolate snow drifts, and jagged icebergs of the southernmost continent. Yes, Antarctica. Now, imagine that it is the dawn of the 20th century, and the British Antarctic Survey has a base there. Perhaps it’s the isolation. Or maybe the unrelenting cold. Whatever the cause, love and lunacy abound […]
Happy New Year! Xina Uhl has been hard at work on a number of projects. She turned in her book “The Civil Rights Act of 1964” (children’s nonfiction), and finished a short story “Whiter Passages” – an Antarctic romance. She’s now working on the next volume in the Icebound series called “All Mouth and No […]
Well, that intriguing old bottle that Kendra found certainly seemed to be ASKING for such a rubbing. What ends up coming out of that bottle? We’d hate to spoil the surprise. Here are two words for a hint: sex djinni. Yeah. We’re serious. Intrigued, yet? See what Book One of the Kendra Chronicles is […]
… Janet L. Loftis’s erotica collections, that is. Eight short stories that titillate your senses and satisfy your urges for clever stories. Click the covers below to learn more!
Normally we include an entire month in our recaps but this month we got a little off-schedule. That’s okay, you don’t mind hearing from us again, do you? Janet Loftis – has published some blog posts about her recent trip to Baja California. She soaked up some new ideas for stories while whale watching and drinking […]
Yes, those sorts of toys, because this is my second blog post so I might as well jump right into the Too Much Information pool. Also, this is an adult blog and if you’re under-aged and reading this then, shame on you! *shakes finger* That will be the extent of my pseudo-parenting, thank you. Moving […]
I listen to a radio show in the morning. People call or email in and tell the hosts about a date they recently went on that had—in their opinion—gone relatively well, and yet the second party had not returned their calls or texts, and they wanted to know why. Frequently it is because something went […]