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The Ways In Which We Write and Reach Out

The Ways In Which We Write and Reach Out

Normally we talk a lot about the typical sort of thing, us authors do enjoy talking about our for-sale books, and why wouldn’t we? That’s what puts the food on the table for many, that’s the substance of our dream before us: our physical (or at least e-physical) proof...
Censorship, the End of Erotica, A Hope?

Censorship, the End of Erotica, A Hope?

Despite our best efforts to play by Amazon’s rules (their rather unhelpful “about what you’d expect” rule that is) our publishing account was suspended this week. We watched in horror as our whole livelihood — my full time job — was threatened before our...

The Perfect Ending

One of the comments that we’ve gotten about The Mistress is that people weren’t satisfied with the ending. For a long time, this really confused Joshua and myself. There may be spoilers here, so go buy the book, read it, return here and discuss with us J So, now that...

Stoic Characters

Stoic characters have always fascinated me. I’m a chronic oversharer and an all-around incredibly open person. My heart is on my sleeve, and I don’t hide my emotions very well. So these characters that can avoid the lure of truthfulness are really interesting to me....

Scifi Must Breed!

I really love Scifi fiction, especially when it’s paired with the popular ‘must breed!’ trope. I think it ties in with my desire to see this hang-up about sex and sexuality get abolished. I’m tired of monogamy being touted as the only way, despite being in a...

Lovecraftian Endings

As you should likely know by now, Joshua and myself are big fans of H.P. Lovecraft. His mastery of horror and suspense is astounding, especially as it has held up so well against the test of time. But what I like most about his books are his endings. I talked before...