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... at Torquere's blog today. Join me and my fellow kinky authors and tell me why you read kink!
I'm doing a little happy dance right now! Happily Ever After is actually the best selling book in the gay category on Fictionwise right now, and that is so incredibly cool that I'm losing my breath. I can't believe that so many people want to share my story - thank you so much, guys!
And it's all because of you, in fact. People kept writing me and asking for more of Tom and Mischa. Some even thought that the ending of A Russian Bear was a little abrupt. What, just because I ended it in the middle of the story? Tsk:). I really couldn't see anything wrong with that.
But, well, you made me see reason, and it just goes to show that pestering your local author DOES work! No, seriously: Thank you so much for the mails and the comments and the reviews - it means a lot to me.
Phew. These last couple of weeks have been pretty awful. Ambitious in the way that I apparently tried to catch as many diseases as possible, but awful. I almost died (this, of course, means that I had the flu, which seemlessly segued into a food poisoning, which has now turned into a cold. Yep, almost dying).
But apart from the obvious good news that it seems like I'll survive, I have a new story for you! Or, to be precise, it's an old story - it's the charity sip from last year which now have been turned into a free story. Of Russian Myth and Lore is available here on my website, and it will be available on All Romance, Goodreads, and (hopefully) Amazon as well.
Here's something about my favorite grumpy Dom:
Family. In Mischa's opinion, you can't live with them. Period. That's why he's so reluctant to let Tom meet them, but Mischa's family decides that they'd like to meet Tom. And an order is an order.
This is a once in a lifetime chance for Tom to see a Russian bear in its natural environment. Mischa's family seems friendly enough, at least until Mischa's uncle sends Tom out into the woods by himself. In the middle of the night. However, there's more to Mischa's Russian background than Tom knew. In the quiet summer night, Tom learns a thing or two about Russian myth and lore - and about family.
I read and I write - everything from corporate to kink. My naughty fictional friends are always there to make my life interesting. And pester me, of course. Pesky creatures.