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Free hot read for a cold night




‘I got mine. Go get yours!’


Wow, it’s been a great month. This week has been my best in a long time. Thanksgiving is over but that doesn’t mean I plan to stop giving thanks. If you’re over 18 and ready to move beyond erotica, if you’re ready for some ‘high-brow rumpy dumpy’ and you like your fiction hot, deep, original and funny, then grab your free copy of Verses Nature. Free for a VERY LIMITED period!

What was that? Yes, of course you may spread the word.

What? Oh, a review would be lovely!

Black Friday Black Books Special


Get your devices ready for 20 + FREE books

written by African-American Authors.


Christian Fiction ~ Contemporary Romance ~ Fiction ~ Paranormal Theory ~ Religious ~ Romance ~ Science Fiction ~ Suspense

Featured Authors:

Jai Bledsoe ~ K. Victoria Chase ~ Ja’Nese Dixon ~ C.C.Ekeke ~ Kahillah Fox ~ Olivia Gaines ~ Khardine Gray ~ N.D. Jones ~ Siera London ~ Reana Malori ~ Unoma Nwankwor ~ Pedro Okoro ~ Dana Pittman ~ Danyelle Scroggins ~ Joan Barbara Simon ~ DeiIra Smith-Collard ~ Seven Steps ~ L.J. Taylor ~ Katie Wilde


ENJOY!! (and spread the word!)

Whatever it takes



Time for some new freebies. If you are not afraid to go beyond erotica… not afraid to read what  erotica sites have refused to publish…


if you want to know what a real insider from the BDSM scene let me in on, and how this has inspired my writing


then I have something for you…


(that photo; her face far too cute for naughty business? Naaa. You can’t tell a person’s inclinations just by looking at their face, can you? Now, take me…)

Writing not for agents and publishers, but for you, the reader: Matthew Temple

Matthew Temple books
Hello again! In this post I’ve decided to feature a fellow author I’ve been writing to quite a lot recently; Matthew Temple. We’ve taken different approaches to marketing our work and I must say that the more I talk to Matthew, the more I admire him. Here’s what he has to say about mainstream publishing:
I’ve spent so many years sending out thousands of query letters to literary agents and it’s fruitless.  They don’t want to publish what I’m writing.  I did briefly publish Things Said in Dreams with a small press, then finally broke my contract with them and put it on my website for free.  Now all my books are free.  I feel better about that.  I think the publishing industry needs a revolution—the publisher takes way too much of the profits, for doing something anyone can do, while the author takes the small part of the profits, when what they did takes a lifetime to learn and is the essential product. It is the total product.  I’d rather say fuck you to publishers who do that. I’d rather give it all away for free and be poor for the rest of my life than go along with something I think is immoral: thievery by the publishing company.
Someday it’ll change, I think.  Till then, I just forget about everything except the writing. That’s all I can control—and not even that fully.  But I just write the best thing I can, that’s my whole job and I have to let go of the illusion that I control anything else.
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Matthew Temple
For more of his view on the topic – and the hiccups that come along with it –  visit Matthew’s blog. Take the time to discover and recommend his books. Every single one for FREE!