Like a little kink in your erotica? Last week’s freebie should have fit the bill quite nicely. Trinity Marlow’s The Naughty List is a romantic little erotic adventure that’s just 99 cents at your favorite etailer. If you missed the free download…pop over to the book page for links and an excerpt from the beginning!
The next freebie is ready to download now in the Available Books section…happy hunting!
Last week’s prompts inspired a poem posted Saturday by yours truly (it inspired prose too, but I didn’t get a chance to finish it, unfortunately). It’s a quick little read – check it out at the link below:
Want to join the fun next week? Scroll down, grab a prompt and write a story or poem to submit!
Topic of the Week: Reading New Authors
I was out book shopping with a friend this past weekend, and picked up several books by authors I’ve never read (and a few by old favorites too). It made me think about how some people are more adventurous than others, and how I’ve heard that some people prefer to just stick with authors they know and love most of the time, rather than trying new whenever possible.
I was trying to remember if there was ever a time I didn’t want to try new authors, but I can’t. I’m always looking for the next great book, no matter who wrote it. My main criteria for book shopping is whether or not the random page I turn to when I open the book in the store engages me or not. Though I admit I do give more shopping “weight” to authors I love…and if my budget is limited, the known author gets my cash (if he/she has something new out, anyway).
Do you stick with authors you know, or do you actively seek out “new-to-you” authors to potentially love? Why?
Wanna write? Pick a prompt! Our local county fair is this week, so we have a pair of fair-themed prompts to work with:
Prose Writing Prompt of the Week: Someone figures out how to beat the carnival games and wins a big stuffed monkey. He/she gives it to a stranger – what happens?
Poetry Prompt of the Week: Write a poem about your favorite or least favorite carnival ride.
Write a 500 – 1000 word story based on the prose prompt and/or a poem using the theme of the poetry prompt, and email it/them to email@example.com. Poems will be posted on Saturdays, Prose on Sundays. Happy writing!