On Memorial Day, Remember the Fallen

Then, honor the survivors... I got a little introspective this year.  Our family has been riddled with those who served, those who didn't die in battle, but came home with their ghosts and their wounds. As we pass a day in remembrance of our war dead, I'd like to ask everyone to take a moment... Continue Reading →

Our life with Autism

So, it's that month again. Every April you're gonna get a little awareness from me, so let's go. I thought this time I'd just describe our life with teen autism. D is severely autistic. He cannot speak. His IQ tests at below 40, but he has comprehensive language, no expressive at all really. He's also... Continue Reading →

This is how it begins.

Censorship is how it all ends. Google Play, Apple, and Amazon have all made moves toward censoring Erotica and any sexual content on their stores. I'm not going to argue that they haven't that right. It's their store, and, clearly, they've made a business call that sex doesn't sell anymore. This doesn't effect my books... Continue Reading →

A word on publishing exclusivity

You're a publisher, or you aren't. There, I said it. This will be my last KU run. As an author, I've seen a change in the way publishing services do business, and it's crap. It's absolute, undiluted horse manure. Exclusivity is just a way to gain control of a work without buying in and getting... Continue Reading →

Reader triggers; what they really are.

I actually hate the word triggered now. It's been made into a joke, but it's not really a very funny one, if you know what it means through experience. A mental trigger is a sensory experience that begins a fight or flight reaction in the body after a person has experienced physical or mental trauma.... Continue Reading →

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