Tag: community building

Sharing is Caring: Kitty Katz & Her Pink Cadillac by Amber Skye

I feel that since the title is Kitty Katz that Caturday would be an appropriate day to share such an awesome story with all of you (or as Amber would say “y’all”). Mary Kate Watkins Serves a Customer Sitting at the breakfast-room table, I sipped coffee and surveyed the local paper. The autumn morning was …

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A Penny for your Thoughts: Safe, Sane, and Consensual

First, I want you to take a moment and follow Professor Sex on Twitter. October is National Kink Month and she’s doing lots of education tweets about the Kinky Life. It seems to be inevitable. Each time I mention ‘safeword’ on Twitter, someone has to reply that their safeword is basically something that’s just there. …

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Adventures in Writing: Accidental Homework Assignment

This post comes to you today due to my Twitter Tribe – so many amazing people coming together to support and bolster each other in times of need. Today, we have challenged ourselves to a homework assignment. I’m mostly writing a post so that all the details are in one place (for me, because I’m …

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A Penny for your Thoughts: Sex and Sunshine

When it comes to sex, even today, we are having to fight to bring it out of the darkness. Schools teach – if anything at all – abstinence and disease and the mechanics. They don’t bother to teach you about consent – because you shouldn’t be having sex anyway, right? Growing up, we didn’t talk …

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Interviewed by Oleander Plume

In case you missed it, awhile back I was interviewed by the intoxicating Oleander Plume – goddess of the Horatio Slice Universe – currently known as “O. Plumey” when you see her pop up on Twitter.  Welcome to another episode of “Super Heroes of Smut”! This week, I have the red-headed ball of awesome known …

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Adventures in Writing: Negative Influences

So, I sort of missed Masturbation Monday this week, but that’s okay! It’s been stressful because I’m doing two jobs, sometimes three, at once and something had to give.  Since I am going through an extra busy week, I thought I would chat about negative influences and how to use them in a positive way …

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Reviewed: Consensually Speaking with Gio

Okay, first, let me say why I’m writing a review here on the blog. I dislike Apple and I will never ever download iTunes again. The only time I downloaded it was the best reason ever – The Librarians pilot episode had extended scenes and the first one was free. I couldn’t say no.  On …

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A Penny for Your Thoughts: Reviewing Books

I know I don’t write the best reviews when it comes to reviewing period, but there are some things I look for specifically when I read them. Here’s a rundown! I will actually start with the lowest ratings. I want to know what annoyed readers about a book. Is there a specific reason they didn’t …

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A Penny for Your Thoughts: Bound, Gagged, and Stuffed into a Trunk

Last week, I was invited to Skype into Dr. J.’s writer group. The ferocity of our combined energy caused funnel clouds to appear in my area, but hell, what fun it was! Last week the talented Dr. J. invited me to Skype into her writers group get together. You have no idea how excited I …

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Adventures in Writing: Being a Good Influence

This post is a little… okay, a lot emotional. This is post two in my “Being a Good Author Friend” series. Stay Tuned, there’s always more. I recommend tissues if you watch This is Water. I highly recommend watching This is Water. Everyone is influenced by someone or something happening around them. While I attribute …

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Adventures in Writing: Being a Good Author Friend

I want all authors to take a deep breath. And then let it out. Take another and let it out. One more time, breathe with me.   I feel it’s been very difficult for some authors out there to be good author friends. Or, perhaps they are only good author friends to authors who fit …

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Technical Blather: Losses and Gains

Welcome, friends. I implore you to take some time out of your super busy day/night/life to visit my dear friend Dr. J. For the past few weeks, we’ve been pouring over the internet for fixes and help, but when it came down to it, the easiest thing to do was to rebuild almost from scratch. …

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Sharing is Caring: Teaching her Mistress by Nicci Haydon

If you follow me on Twitter, you’ll know I promote the hell out of Nicci Haydon – for good reason, her stories are always scorching hot. Don’t believe me? Try out Teaching Her Mistress. Blurb What will society think? Victorian aristocrat Lady Agnes knows that her husband is cheating on her with a member of …

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TMI Tuesday: Shame

Here we go, when I divulge either too little or too much, or perhaps just enough? Stop by TMI Tuesday and get the questions, then answer them on your own blog. 1. Tell us a sexual thing/fantasy would you never want your friends to know you like or have done? Well, I write a range …

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Adventures in Writing: Social Interaction

Today, let’s talk about social media and interacting with others. First off, pick your platform. If you love Facebook, then focus on that one. If you love Twitter, then make that your main squeeze. I tend to be a Twitter focus-type. While I do post to Facebook, it’s most often an auto-post via my WordPress. …

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