Her first publication is out today from Liquid Silver. Go Diva!






Maggie McCleary’s departure from her life as a cat burglar had been a choice. Her return was not. She can't deny the erotic thrill of the work. Now, with her father Sam held captive, she must pull one last job and that old excitement is getting the better of her.

Flush with success, she stands before the open safe but a strong voice and steel grip from her past brings her back to reality, and she gives in to the surge of desire. Trevor is the one who got away, or rather the one who deserted her, leaving their life of crime behind. But if the old thrill is back, so is the old flame, along with an attraction that never died.

He is the lead detective charged with trapping the famed cat burglar, Sam McClearey, but he wasn't expecting to find Maggie again. Determined to protect her at any cost, Trevor takes her into his own form of protective custody, agreeing to help her find her father’s kidnappers. As they work together to smoke out those shadowy figures trying to frame her, desire flares between them, setting Maggie's world reeling. Trevor left her broken hearted, and now it seems he loves someone else. But neither can deny the passion consuming them, and Maggie knows she must find the kidnappers to get her own life back. With single-minded resolve, Trevor vows to protect her even if he has to keep her under lock and key, or follow her through every escape attempt to keep her safe.

Available now!

(now that's what I call "showin' 'em", girl)


The Flashing Swords Summer Special 2008 is out today. This is only available until the end of September so hurry hurry hurry.

All in all over twenty tales and poems of sword and sorcery, articles and interviews, including my Celtic/Arthurian story "Elements". Loads of lovely stuff in here. What are you waiting for?


Here's the toc for good measure.

Yay!
rflong: (Elf)
( May. 14th, 2008 05:26 pm)
Woke up with an almighty head cold this morning. Sent back to bed by EWH. Woke about 1.30pm. Have done little but feel bleah.

I was out last night, I admit it, but this is not a reason for me to be ill - unless drinking diet Coke now gives me a cold. I was at the monthly NISFA meeting hearing Michael Carroll speak. I got his book Superhuman which I am really enjoying. Check it out. Its available on his website. It was a lovely night. Had a good chat with [livejournal.com profile] shadowcat.

I would write more, but my brain keeps shutting down... and must make dinner for munchkins. Anyway, consider this a plug for Michael... :D His books The New Heroes/Quantum Prophecy are in the shops. We all need some superheroes goodness in our lives.

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The other plug for today is for Romance Divas and their wonderful workshops.


Everything Old Is New Again – Using Mythology in Romance


May 16, 17, and 18 at Romance Divas



Featuring:

P.C. Cast

Robin D. Owens

Gena Showalter

Nancy Madore

Lori Handeland

Alyssa Day


Want to know how to use mythology, culture, fairy tales, or folklore in romance? Romance Divas is hosting a 3-day workshop with some of the hottest names in the genre. It will take place at the Romance Diva Forum. All are welcome. To get access to the forum you will need to register.
rflong: (Camberwick Sam)
( May. 8th, 2008 08:49 pm)
It had to happen eventually I suppose. I finally went and got myself a little website. It has a little blog, although I am not expecting this one to go anywhere.

But anyways, here 'tis
rflong: (Maggie Cheung Hero)
( Apr. 22nd, 2008 04:05 pm)
Everyone here knows my guilty not-really-a-secret love of pirates, right? Well, fellow Diva, Crystal Jordan's book Treasured is now out and since its both paranormal and pirate (!) how could I not post the link? And then, there's that cover...

TREASURED by Crystal Jordan

Graduate student Rebecca Small is so obsessed with the past—especially the Golden Age of Piracy—she doesn’t mind her unglamorous job preparing museum displays. This display is about her favorite subject, James Morrow, a famous pirate who mysteriously disappeared without a trace.

Becca touches the pirate’s antique sword, and finds herself on a ship in the middle of a sword fight, saving the sexy captain from being stabbed in the back—literally. Once the smoke clears, the man who claims he’s her husband is more than eager to reward her for her timely assistance.

James Morrow knows very little about the woman he was forced to marry five years ago, but the woman who saved him doesn’t fit the portrait he’s painted of her in his mind. She’s strong, brave, and submits to his every dark desire. She seems the perfect woman for a pirate, but he makes his living among the dishonest and disreputable—trust isn’t a commodity he trades in.

Find out more here!


See, now that has cheered me up out of my post-rejection mourning ennui right there! :D  (btw, she describes it as her naughty pirate story. Consider yourselves warned.)


Oh, if I'm REALLY lucky, I may get a free copy. Right Crystal? Crystal?

 

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