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10 October 2015

Muffy Wilson, Chrissy Laurence & 'Cheerleaders in Heat' @sexymuffywilson @LaurenceChrissy

Cheerleaders in Heat
   Muffy Wilson  and  Chrissy Laurence
                @SexyMuffyWilson            @LaurenceChrissy                   

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Miami Rattlers Cheerleader Cherie Redd is exquisitely beautiful, athletic, and very, very lonely. Romance: a puzzling phenomenon she figured had something to do with guys' fear of rejection or lack of self-confidence because they just didn't have what it takes to win someone like Cherie. 
Titillatingly sexy and breathtakingly beautiful, Cherie and her other cheerleading friends often spent their lonely Saturday nights lamenting their beauty and available just for the asking. The prettiest single women around: lonely, loveless and forlorn.
Frustrated by too many quiet nights at home or with other cheerleaders, Cherie was oh-so-eager for romance and a man to seduce her lavishly. She wanted to feel what a real orgasm in the arms of an adoring man was like once again. So, she tucked her vibrator away and took to the Internet. Cherie had no clue how rapidly

09 October 2015

Carla Caruso & 'Starcrossed' @carlacaruso79 @GoddessFish #ContemporaryRomance

Today we have author Carla Caruso visiting. Welcome!

What would you like to tell readers about yourself?
* Carla Caruso was born in Adelaide, Australia, and only 'escaped' for three years to work as a magazine journalist and stylist in Sydney. Previously, she was a gossip columnist and fashion editor at Adelaide's daily newspaper, The Advertiser. She has since freelanced for titles including Woman's Day and Shop Til You Drop.
* These days, she plays mum to twin lads Alessio and Sebastian with hubby James. Visit

Today Carla Caruso will be talking about how she handles balancing life and writing.
* Ah, the age-old dilemma! The work/life/writing balance. I know I’m not alone in struggling to find time to write. Many authors still hold down day jobs until their fiction-writing really takes off and earns them enough to cover the bills.
* My story? I am a work-at-home mum and write during the afternoon naps of my two-year-old twin boys. Their (simultaneous) naps usually last about two-and-a-half hours. My husband also works out of home as a freelance photographer, so sometimes, if he’s around, I can ask if he’ll – pretty please – look after the boys while I finish the scene I’m writing, which allows me to stretch out my time.
* I used to write at night as well, but my boys have recently taken to getting up at 5am – ! – and I’d wind up too cranky and tired the next day. So I’m winding down and going to bed earlier!
* Writing for just a few hours a day is a slower process, but I figure it’s not forever. Once the boys turn about three or four, they’ll be better at amusing themselves for longer periods…right? And, hey, they’ll only be little for a short time!
* I feel lucky to have the luxury to juggle parenting and writing this way. When my boys were newborns (and sleeping more during the day), I was still editing a non-profit organisation’s magazine part-time from home as well as writing fiction. But in the past year I’ve chosen to focus as much as possible on my fiction work, in between being a mum, and see where it takes me. After all, when else will I have the chance to give it a red-hot go?
* Writing makes me happy, and it’s addictive. Plus, I believe, if you want the words to flow, you have to write most days – every day if possible – to ‘keep your head’ in a story.
* I know another author who works full-time in a government job, then stays back in her office to work on her current manuscript for two hours until her husband comes to pick her up.
* I used to do something similar before I had kids. I’d work full-time as a freelance journalist during the day, then write my fiction stuff at night. You’ll always have to squeeze your writing around something else. It’s not realistic to be chained to your keyboard all day – and where would you find the inspiration if you were? :)
* Plus, at the end of the day, you’ve got to work at the pace and style that suits you. There’s no need to be a workhorse if it won’t make you happy. Writing should be fun.
* Good luck to those reading with your balancing act!
A look into...

~ Blurb ~
* Fledgling romance author Simona Gemella is hoping the rugged wilderness of South Australia's Kangaroo Island will help reignite her

08 October 2015

Dan Adams & 'Alice Through Bloodstained Glass' @DanAdamsWriter @GoddessFish #horror

Today we have author Dan Adams visiting. Welcome!

What would you like to tell readers about yourself?
* Dan Adams is a Sydney-based writer. When he’s not penning kick ass war stories, he’s working on his guns - the arm variety, rather than the weapons featured so prominently in his books. He loves slushies and always finds himself climbing too many stairs on Wednesdays. Follow him on Twitter at @DanAdamsWriter

A look into...

~ Blurb ~
* Alice is minding her younger sister when the Zombie apocalypse hits. She has to find safety but is thwarted at every turn - by a strange man, by two stoners. The world has gone mad and she doesn't know who to trust.
~ Excerpt ~
* Alice registered the confused look on her sister’s face and traced her line of sight along her outstretched arm to her finger that pointed to a man racing along the edge of the park.