Valentine’s Day Blog Hop – A Chinese Valentine’s Story

This post is part of the Valentine’s Day Blog Hop with Absolute Write Forums, a great community for writers. The Chinese equivalent of Valentine’s Day is known as Qixi Festival, which is held of the seventh day of the seventh lunar month. Qixi celebrates the story of the cowherd and the weaver girl. Here is Read More

Halloween Blog Hop – My Parents Buried Me in a Red Dress

Today I’m excited to be sharing an excerpt from my short erotic horror story “My Parents Buried Me in a Red Dress” as part of the Halloween Blog Hop! Be sure to enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post.  The next thing I remember is my funeral. I am not sure how I Read More

Excerpt from “The Vampire’s Gift”

Calmet gasped. It was Ellen, but not the way he remembered her. She looked younger, paler, her long blonde hair, which she usually pinned up, was flowing freely. She was smiling, but not in the way that used to bring him comfort. The ends of her mouth were curled into a dangerous smirk and the Read More

Question of the Day – What are you currently working on?

What are you currently working on? Regular readers of this blog will see that I am constantly posting excerpts from some erotic short stories I have been working on. My goal is to compile all of my erotic shorts together into a single collection. When reading or just browsing erotic and romance stories on various Read More

Excerpt from “From Convent to Consort,” a story of Wu Zetian

Wu Zetian (624-705 AD) is the only woman in Chinese history to rule with the title of “Emperor” (Huangdi) in her own right. She was actually an imperial consort twice, first for Emperor Taizong and then for Emperor Gaozong. After the death of her first husband, Wu was sent to a convent to finish out her Read More

Excerpt from “The Eunuch’s Wife”

“A man loved by the Emperor? A hero? A man with money and land? I could not ask for more in a husband.” Her father stifled a bit of a…cough? Chuckle? Grunt? But still, he said nothing. “He sounds like a very worthy man, Mother,” Hualing continued. “So who is he? Why do you not Read More

Excerpt from “The Marquis Returns”

Even from a distance, Lady Dai felt a skip in her chest as she saw him. He removed his helmet and shook out his long, black hair. He was indeed sweaty and dusty from his long ride, but he smiled nonetheless as his children ran up to greet him. In his powerful arms he picked Read More