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Where’s the fun in writing erotic romance?

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

We’re inside the Big Top and celebrating the release of The Sin Circus!

Available April 29, 2014

Available April 29, 2014

Today I’m over visiting Kerry at

Romance in the Highlands.

What am I talking about?

Oh, yeah The Fun of Writing Erotic Romance.

Please jump on over there and say hi!


It’s Turkey Time!

Friday, October 11th, 2013

I’m out visiting with Delilah Devlin today, dishing up the turkey…and chatting about special friends – those that come with benefits 😉


Turkey Picture & Credit

Four Letter Words and Lemon Squares

Friday, May 31st, 2013

Hungry?  Today I’m over at Love Scenes and Wet Dreams and I’m sharing a recipe from my site here – Lemon Squares.

Stop over and say hi!


It’s time for a break…

Friday, May 31st, 2013

NEWS from Harlie

Harlie has an announcement to make and I hope that you will understand where I’m coming from and celebrate with me.

As some of you know, I am a published author.  My debut short was published on December 26, 2012 with MuseItUp Publishing.  Since then, I’ve been working on three different MS or should I say, they are sitting on my computer waiting to be worked on.  And there lies the problem.  When my debut published, Harlie’s Books exploded, in a good way.  I had more work than I could handle. 🙂

I had decided that May was going to be my personal NANO month and well…that didn’t work out at all.  Baseball season started, in-laws visited and just plain, getting ready for the end of the school year.  I’m exhausted, cranky and I needed a break.

See, as soon as The Couple was released, I should have been writing the next book, but found myself too busy on Harlie’s Books to do so.  In some ways, I really felt like a failure.  Since my debut was short (20 pages), it didn’t do very well.  I found out that most people don’t read short stories and don’t take the time to read them for what they are worth. L   I had authors tell me that you are only as good as your next book.  Don’t worry about your debut, write the next one.  Well, that was easier said than done.  I still had a blog to maintain, books to read and a life, too.

Can you guess what I’m talking about?  Harlie is taking a break from reviewing for a while.  I had an epiphany a week ago and really figured out what I wanted to be when I grew up. And I want to write.  Plain and simple.  Yes, I’m walking away from my review site for a time.  It’s the only way that I can get any writing done and with summer fast approaching, and time is limited on how much I can devote to the site.  Its time-consuming and I figured out that with the amount of time that I have devoted to the blog, I could have written two books; one of them being published already and working on edits for another one.  That pissed me off.

So now I have restructured my schedule and am working on revving up my creativity.  New books, here I come!  Honestly, I don’t see how my fellow reviewers that have been published do it.  Some of them have had two books released since mine in December.  I shouldn’t compare myself to them, but in some ways I do.  I should have been right there with them but instead…

I look forward to the summer even if I haven’t figured out what we are going to do but at least, I’m not in the carpool line until August.  Go me!

Now I just pray that my CP doesn’t hate me because I’ve been non-com for a while.  I still love you and always will.  *kisses*

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You Write What?

Friday, April 19th, 2013

I’m over visiting with Rachel Firasek today, and I’m talking about what it was like to tell my family and friends that I write *gasp* erotic romance!

Stop over and say hi and tell me if you find your genre of writing comes with certain stigmas attached to them.   You Write What?