Tag Archive: author

Jun 10

Autumn’s Bookshelf: Reveiwing the Writer

  There are a few things about writing that they don’t teach you. A writer can attend all of the best schools and greatest conferences and meet the best of the best authors, but they don’t teach you how to be comfortable bearing your soul naked to the world.   As a writer, one must …

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Sep 25

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “the Blind Date” by Delaney Diamond

The Blind Date is a bit of a whirl wind romance with a twist. Shawna Ferguson engages in a blind date that takes her down a path to an unknown ending. Overall, the plot was developed well. As a reader, I did not find myself lacking information as far as any glaring loopholes as to …

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Sep 20

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Sugar Daddy” by Jon Bradbury

Simone White was just an average woman trying to make it in this economy.  When she was down on her luck and trying to find a way to continue to support herself, she came across an interesting job opportunity.  Sugar Daddy takes us on the journey as Simone finds out more about herself and her …

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Jul 29

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Maybe, Never” by Nia Forrester

Tracy didn’t plan for her life to go the way that it did. She didn’t intend for things to come to that point, but when faced with an incredibly difficult situation, she had to ask herself who does she love more?   The plot to Maybe, Never is thoroughly developed. It is a sequel to …

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Apr 07

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Redemptive Acts” by Nikki Walker

Cherise was a shy, promising college student until something traumatic happened. In one instant she found herself in a compromising situation and face to face with her attacker. When it seemed like she couldn’t trust anyone else, she found help in the unlikeliest of sources. Redemptive Acts is a story that is as beautiful as …

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Mar 21

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “A Perfect Fit” by Tory Richards

I kept waiting for it to get better… It didn’t.  I believe that great writing begins in the first few pages of a story.  In the first few pages of this story, I was just bored.  I wasn’t looking forward to continuing to read the rest of the novella. The beginning was a bit original, …

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Mar 21

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Up in Flames” by Tory Richards

Some stories move to tears. Other stories move you to close the book.  While not quite either, Up in Flames just didn’t move me.  I was unimpressed with much of the premise behind the book.  Maybe my expectations are too high for erotic romance authors; however, this book left a lot more to be desired.  …

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Feb 27

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Journal of an Intelsexual” by ForbiddenLight

For reasons I’ve yet to discover, I need you. I’m aroused on some inexplicable level, just to be in your company. Awkward. Creepy. Kinky. This is for the men who are slaying immortal appetites before the kids are out of school. This is for the men who are performing their lifelong fantasies during lunch break. …

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Nov 04

Six Sentence Sunday 11/4 Edition

I’m not a pimp, per se… “Yeah, Freaky Niquey, what they call me,” she said. Time out. Flag on the play. What!? …But the title seems to have adopted me. Just a Friendly Excerpt from a New WIP: “But, I’m a Lesbian” #SixSentence Stay tuned for more excerpts each and every Sunday!

Oct 28

Six Sentence Sunday 10/28 Edition

Slowly pressing Gabrielle’s body against the tree, she said, “You’re breathing really fast.” “I know.” “Are you scared?” “No.” “So your completely calm right now?” “I never said that.” Stay tuned for more excerpts from Unearthing Desire. #SixSentenceSunday

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