Did you know that Dirt Road Books just released KD Williamson's latest book, Big Girl Pill? Well, we did! And it's an awesome read. But you don't have to take my word for it--you can read an excerpt for yourself right here. KD is doing a blog tour, so you can catch some more excerpts … Continue reading Sneak Peek with KD Williamson
Hi, everyone. Dirt Road Books has just released the widely anticipated Fianna the Gold by Louisa Kelley. DRB warmly welcomes Louisa into our little close-knit family and we hope that you check out her creative, clever dragon fantasy. This is book 1 in Kelley's Shape-Shifter series. Louisa is currently doing a blog tour, and today … Continue reading Guest Post–Louisa Kelley
Sacchi Green is known for fabulous fiction, but I think she is best known for her erotica. I mean, her stuff burns a hole in the page (or screen, whatever floats your literary boat). So when we at Dirt Road Books offered to publish a collection of her work, we were all pretty stoked that … Continue reading Guest Blog–Sacchi Green Presents Wild Rides
Hey, everybody! Things are still kinda crazy on the Order Up blog tour. Hope you're still having fun! So we're doing this tour -- I and my co-editor Andi Marquette -- in honor of the release of our second food-(and sex and romance) themed anthology, Order Up: A Menu of Lesbian Romance & Erotica. Today, … Continue reading Guest Post by Writer Pascal Scott!
Welcome back to another guest post by an author who contributed to Order Up: A Menu of Lesbian Romance & Erotica. This time it's Marie Sterling, author of "The Way to a Woman's Heart." Marie is generous enough—and brave enough—to share her journey with her writing, and how this came to be her very first … Continue reading Guest Post by Writer Marie Sterling
Hi there. This week I happily hand over my little corner of the blogosphere to Lea Daley, author of "Sweet or Savory," one of the stories in Order Up: A Menu of Lesbian Romance & Erotica. Lea's recipe in Order Up is called Heartbreak Rye, so she's shared some photos of said rye bread. So, … Continue reading Guest Post by Lea Daley
Hi, everyone. Today I'm honored and happy to have as my guest poster Jove Belle. She's a fabulous author and crazy...I mean, wonderful person. So here's Jove to talk about her new novella, Cake. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A while back, RG Emanuelle (my host for today’s blog) and Andi Marquette invited me to submit a short story … Continue reading Guest Post By Jove Belle
Happy New Year, everyone! This is my first post of 2016 and I’m doing it in the spirit of renewed energy. The renewed energy comes from having had 5 days off from work over the New Year’s Eve weekend. I don’t expect it to last long, especially since next week is a very full one … Continue reading So Let It Be Done
If you’ve read my blogs in the past, you might know that I belong to a writers’ group. A writers’ group can be either a very positive thing or a very negative thing. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that for most people, the experience is positive (although, I’m sure that … Continue reading I’m a (Writing) Aunt!
I got back a few days ago from GCLS in New Orleans and wrote all about it over at Women & Words. One of the most memorable moments for me was when Dorothy Allison, author of Bastard Out of Carolina and other works, said during her keynote speech: My daddy was a son of a … Continue reading What I Learned This Summer