Okay, everyone: have a look at this morning’s photo post. I mean, I live in a beach community; there are lots of young men strolling about in their boardshorts and wearing little else. But one rarely sees perfection like the guy you see at left. Aye-yi-yi ….
I’m up late this morning (about 9:30) after a bout with “the midnight disease” last night. Hey, it wasn’t all bad, staying up between 2:30 AM and 5:00 AM. I got a bit of work done and did a little reading from a new book, as well. I drank a glass of wine — Savignon blanc. How can that be a problem? I feel great this morning, and I’m ready to tackle the day.
I’ll spend my morning on edits for Dodging a Pearl. I have a few errands to run this afternoon. My boyfriend’s working this afternoon and this evening; I’ll be on my own, and hopefully we’ll have a nice October sunset, here on the island. I’m not sure what I’ll do about dinner. Maybe have a guest over?
I’ve only written one such piece, a short novel titled Trick and Treat. Noble Romance published the book about a year ago, and you can purchase it in digital or paperback formats. Here’s the blurb:
Eric’s a college freshman and a computer geek. His dorm mate, Tyler, dabbles in the occult. While trick-or-treating near campus, Eric meets Roland, a vampire with a taste for young men. Their physical encounter casts a spell over Eric. Is he doomed to become a vampire himself, or can Tyler help free Eric from Roland’s grasp?
Trick and Treat contains a few very graphic sexual scenes involving Roland, Eric and Tyler; it’s not a book for the squeamish or prudish. The sex is a bit raunchy, too. But there’s some humor and romance in the story, and you might like it. If you want to check the book out, click on the book cover in the sidebar at right. It’ll take you right to the Noble Romance website.
Have a nice Thursday, everyone.