Well. This is my second attempt at writing this damn entry, as the first I somehow managed to corrupt so thoroughly that even Words built-in repair tool refuses to look at it. Which pretty much sums up me and technology in general. Which is funny, because I have so many gadgets…
If this entry is a bit loopy, please forgive me: I barely slept last night. By the time face seat left it was almost time for me to start getting ready for work, so I’ve kind of been on automatic all day today. Which is probably how I managed to corrupt my last attempt at this entry.
Regardless, it’s been a good day. Aside from the ovary-freezing 50° and slight drizzle all freaking day down here in Corpus Christi, that is. The best part of it? I’m starting to receive feedback from my Beta Reader Hit Squad! Helpful feedback, too! Feedback that’s going to make me change several things in my story, and that’s exactly the kind of feedback I wanted. And why I have beta readers to begin with. They get to see things from a different, fresh perspective, and their input is invaluable.
I’m loving it.
So, while they’re reading Killer Lolis, I’ve been working on my first lesbian love story, Amore. It’s a lesbian love story with a few twists (because, you know, I apparently can’t just write a simple fuck-story to save my life) and I’m having a load of fun with it. Even though I’m writing it for inclusion in the new upcoming Bad Girls of Erotica anthology, I’ll also be releasing it later next year as an expanded standalone story, and my graphics team got a little over-excited about the project and sent me a concept cover this morning! They called it a concept cover, but I think I’ll run with it as it is. What do you guys think?
Anyway, back to Amore. I love you, my precious readers.
“Like sex in Victorian England, the reality of Big Business today is our big dirty secret.”
– Ralph Nader