There is an album by Lionel Ritchie called Can’t Slow Down. Maybe he was thinking of me when he titled it. Granted it was done thirty years ago, but maybe Lionel is a prophet.
I hadn’t intended to be so busy this year, but in the last two months I’ve been involved in the following eBook releases:
Sexy To Go, Volume 4 – Sly Fox, Part One (MM romance) http://amzn.to/1FTAy3G
Sexy To Go, Volume 5 – Sly Fox, Part Two (MM romance) http://amzn.to/1K3n9t4
Mythologically Torqued – Styx & Stone (MM fantasy) http://amzn.to/1HKHXAH
Men & Mayhem Box Set (MM paranormal) http://amzn.to/1EW9ywE
The Sweetest Dare (FF romance) http://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-thesweetestdare-1817837-149.html
The first three are multi-author efforts. I joined the Sexy To Go team in December and we’ve had a blast writing hot shorts to share with readers. Much of what I’m writing there will be re-released in solo collections, but for now it’s a great deal to pick up a STG collection – so many great authors and variety!
The Men & Mayhem box set is a collection of M/M paranormal and spec fiction I’ve written over the years, each revised and all re-released in one package. My plan going forward, as I regain the rights back to my older works, is to release all the shorts in collections. I have enough material for another M/M collection for the fall.
My most recent story, The Sweetest Dare, is with ARe Books’s Out For You series. As I’m known a bit for F/F erotic romance, I was asked to contribute and I set the story in one of my existing series, Dareville. The Sweetest Dare is about a young woman happy in her closet until she falls for a new co-worker. It takes some doing to get her out of her shell. J I’m rather proud of this work – I wrote it during a trying time and hope it’s received well.
Next month, more stories of course. I can’t seem to stop the gears.
About The Sweetest Dare
Kit Cheever is more than eager to work with her new co-worker, Sidney, at Tish’s Riches. While the long days on the job hardly exhaust them for long nights of play, Sidney hopes for more in their relationship than candy-coated orgasms. Is dinner out too much to ask?
Kit would oblige, but she likes her privacy. The people of Dareville don’t need to know she and Sidney are anything more than co-workers. Why be “out” when it’s so much hotter and safer indoors?
Kit won’t even hold her hand in public, which upsets Sidney. She’s not asking Kit to march in a parade, just to acknowledge her feelings to the people she loves. What will it take to get Kit out of the closet and into Sidney’s heart?
Leigh Ellwood writes romance and erotica. Hit her up on Twitter @LeighEllwood or visit her backlist at www.LeighEllwood.com.