Anyway, that Other Me has been waxing lyrical about all sorts recently. from non-sexy Santas, to sexy carols (yes, with a small c), to finding out about the birds and bees for the first time. Come and have a look and a giggle.
All the best,
Bloggy Stuff! Here! Now!
(And so am I. For now at least.)
I couldn't keep him down.
He is going to be very bad in this. Especially to poor Ron. He's also going to be very good to Hermione, although neither of them quite see it like that to start with.
Love writing him in the first person present tense. It brings an immediacy he craves.
Hope you're all well. xxxxxxxxxx
Through a Glass Darkly
Someone (Oh Anonymous One - who art thou?) commented and warned me on my last post that ffnet were going through another of their purges and taking down stories containing the word 'lemons' in their summaries. One of my stories is being targeted apparently.
I thought I'd give the lovely decency brigade at ffnet something to get their sharp little teeth into. So I wrote this. It's very short and very tart. But it may make you smile.
Beware - it contains lemons.
My first proper stand-alone, solo release is out. And it's the first of a trilogy. Yup. Three times the goodness.
It conforms to the current erotic norm, to a certain extent - mysterious, rich, controlled older man (sound familiar? Goodness, that's a new one for me!), and young feisty woman keen for new experiences. But I hope it's written with a touch of humour, originality and a whole lot of sexiness, in true Laurielove fashion, whatever that is.
It follows Tara as she contemplates whether to get back in touch with The Suit with whom she had an incredible experience one night on the Tube (yup, the train one). Of course she does! And, boy, does she reap the benefits. The Suit is spontaneous and leads her into a myriad of new sexual experiences: exhibitionist, daring and exhilarating. But he won't tell her his name. Yet.
You get a whole lot of goodness for a few pennies. If you do happen to read it, please consider leaving a review. You know how useful they can be.
So, hey ho, there you go. And look at the lovely cover. Nothing quite beats a hot guy adjusting his tie (unless he's adjusting his cuffs, of course).
Spontaneous on Amazon US.
Spontaneous on Amazon UK.
Because I haven't been on LJ much recently, this had all passed me by, but thank you for the nomination if you're reading this. If you want to nominate any other stories by all the incredible fan fiction writers out there, the nominations close ... tomorrow! So there's still time. Not much, but it will only take a moment, surely! Apart from reviews, fan fiction writers don't get much kudos or recognition, so awards such as these can go a long way to spreading a little love. If you have a favourite story, why don't you nominate and show the author some appreciation?
And I get a nice banner too!
THE HP FANFIC FAN POLL AWARDS - FALL-WINTER ROUND 2013
Rules, Timelines, and How to Nominate a Fic
To Make Nominations/Ask Questions: email@example.com
Nomination period: October 1st - October 28th, 2013
Voting period: November 1st - December 31st, 2013
Winners announced: by January 10th, 2014
Hope all is well.
I came back to check on darklotus1211 . Not only am I horrified by what she has been going through and feeling terrible for not realising it until now, but I also confess to having forgotten what an incredible bunch you are.
Sorry to have been so quiet. I cannot promise a great change in that as I have slipped into something of a habit of not being around and that may take a while to break, but I will try.
In the meantime, I hope you are all well, and darklotus, stay safe. The latest from you seems to be more encouraging. I am sending you all the hope in the world.
It's a novella called 'In Service to the Senses' and is the one that also features in 'At Your Service', but this time - it's just mine! Huzzah!
Look at the very eye-catching cover!
It's got more of me in it than my previous shorts and has time for character development and exploration of relationships. I had a lot of fun writing it as it's set in my favourite time period of the Edwardians.
It only costs a few pennies - same as a cup of coffee. So, if you'd like a relaxing and entertaining summer evening read, look no further.
And I've got some more goodies - free ones at that - on the cards too. I'm off on my hols tomorrow and will have intermittent if not non-existent wifi, so I'll try to post whatever it may be before I go.
In the meantime -
In Service to the Senses at Total-E-Bound
At Amazon US
At Amazon UK
And read an extract on my blog here.
Hello! How the devil are you? I'm recovering from an epic working month ... slowly ... but getting there.
I do miss you, you know and think of you often. Hope all is well.
I have a confession ... I have another blog and I seem to be giving it more attention at the moment. I'm not sure why because nobody reads the bloody thing, but I'll persist for a while anyway.
I've posted something over there. It's just a bit of fun really, probably best suited to the English and the Aussies. The clue is in the icon I've chosen. Yes, it's that time of (every few) year(s) again - The Ashes! And, somehow, like last time, the England team are HOTTTTTTTT.
To my Aussie friends, to balance things up ... if I was 19, I'd have a huge crush on Ashton Agar. HUGE. As it is, I'm not 19, and I now feel like a complete perv even mentioning that.
Anyway ... if you want a giggle, you can have a peek at this.
Cricket innuendo, of which there is much.