The sun, peeking from behind the trees, slowly comes up to greet me. I smile and tease, “I beat you. I got up first.” Continue reading Morning Coffee in the Fall
“Can I touch you?”
“Where’s your military courtesy?”
“Forgive me. Respectfully request permission to touch you, Ensign Matthews.”
I grab her waist with both hands and guide her to the kitchen table, pushing gently on her back, so she’s leaning forward and supporting her weight with her hands.
“I only gave you permission to touch me, Lieutenant. Nothing else.” Continue reading The Light at the End of the Tunnel
If you visit your sweetie and choose to stay for a little nookie, know that you could potentially be putting yourself, your partner or others at risk. Try video sex or phone sex. Send steamy emails. Take turns reading a scene from a steamy novel or make up your own sexy story together. Continue reading Sex & Intimacy During the COVID-19 Pandemic
He was nice looking and the fact that he carried a gun was hot. The military separated us pretty soon after we got married. My heart broke watching his taillights disappear as he drove away. It felt like I would never see him again. Continue reading Uniforms & Lingerie – Sherry’s Story
Not all holiday-related stress is negative. Preparing for a visit from a relative you enjoy spending time with can produce a certain degree of positive stress. But the holiday season is famous for producing the negative kind of stress, even in individuals who generally live stress-free lives. Continue reading 12 Ways to Beat Holiday Stress
He’s extremely spontaneous. He may have a general plan, but if something catches his eye, tickles his fancy or makes him horny, that plan goes right out the window. Continue reading The Truth about Lieutenant Parker
The conference was held in a luxury hotel with modern rooms, which, thankfully, didn’t have vomit-colored carpet, drapes or bedspreads. Continue reading Ten Reasons to Attend a Writers’ Conference
Enter to win 2 gifts from me! Continue reading Birthday Giveaway
I got an “A” on my first exam. I was able to get my son to his appointments and I cleaned and de-tangled his hair. Yes, that’s a process and not much fun for either of us. But I didn’t get much sleep. Continue reading 1st Update: The Class. The Book. The Kid.
Follow the journey with me as I attempt to balance studying, my writing career, parenting and all my other responsibilities. Oh and I’ve somehow got to manage to keep my sanity. Continue reading The Class. The Book. The Kid.
Is it writers’ block? Some authors suffer from writers’ block, some are naturally slow writers. Me… my words, thoughts and ideas just come to me whenever they damn well choose to. So unless I’m on a deadline, I don’t fight it. Rarely am I able to sit with my laptop and just write with words … Continue reading How I Write When My Words Aren’t Flowing