Reviewers Wanted

I’m on the hunt for a few people to give Scar Tissue an honest review. I’ll provide an e-book copy free of charge and the links to post the review. Leave your email address in the comments and I’ll contact you.

PS; look what I found on Pinterest this morning. dec1fc923a92e9ab56486afd79df36d5Is he the ultimate gargoyle or what!

Off on a Tangent

I was thinking about my blog posts this morning and I realized I don’t really write much about myself. My writing, yes, but my actual life? No.

So I thought I might just do that a little this morning. (Yes it is morning on this side of the world.)

Aside from being an author I have a pretty busy and full life.

I’m a mum to two boys.

poPablo and Otis. As you can imagine, they keep me on my toes.

I’m also a textile artist.

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An alternative clothing designer.

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A painter.

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And a natural horsewoman.

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Okay so it wasn’t so much writing about me, as showing you a little of who I am and what I do.

In a nut shell

075bed98ccf9391784e25cecbbbc24d4Why do I write sex scenes in my books? Is it really just smut?

NO!

I found this this morning and it captures in essence why I don’t draw the curtains.

“If you don’t feel comfortable writing about sex, then don’t. By this, I mean writing about sex as it actually exists, in the real world, as an ecstatic, terrifying and, above all, deeply emotional process. Real sex is compelling to read about because the participants are so utterly vulnerable. We are all, when the time comes to get naked, terribly excited and frightened and hopeful and doubtful, usually at the same time. You mustn’t abandon them in their time of need. You mustn’t make of them naked playthings with rubbery parts. You must love them, wholly and without shame, as they go about their human business. Because we’ve already got a name for sex without the emotional content: it’s called pornography.”  (Author)