A long time ago I began a novella about a young girl. Like Angelique, another writer's heroin, my Gallia was both ravishing and nearly ravished over and over. Notice I said nearly. The story is only slightly R rated, by the way. When my imagination got "stuck," I removed the story from my portfolio.
Having time now to work on it, the first segment is posted once again. Because I'm offering what I hope are generous gift points, perhaps some of you might read and give me your helpful suggestions on how to improve the story.
I am working on the next five chapters and will post them soon. Thank you.
This morning I returned one more novel to my portfolio. It is for sale on Amazon as an eBook, but I really have sold enough to keep my mob in cat food. So, it's now back here for members to read for free.
Because it might be a bit racy for some readers, all the entries are rate XGC. This novel was fun to write, and I do hope fun for you to read.
Today I upgraded my portfolio back to Premium. This lets me repost the original entries for many of my eBooks for sale on Amazon, which lets WdC members read these for free. So far I've done this to two of the three novels in my Home of the trilogy.
I am hoping any new readers of these will enjoy my stories about Walker and the rest of the people living on his estate.
Anyone started their Christmas shopping yet? Last week I mailed a Christmas box full of electronic goodies back to New England for my niece and her husband. The box was sent much earlier than November since my feline mob kept crawling into the open box to investigate.
I'm keeping my fingers crossed they like the Roku 3 and the 3 TB external hard drive along with the other smaller items. Maybe I'm just a mean aunt, but I want their home to look like the "worm nest" of cords and cables that my office resembles in the picture below.
I do get inspired by some of "The Writer's Cramp" daily prompts. Today's gave me a chance to add more about one of the children Walker and Samantha adopted. I hope you enjoy this new entry in my portfolio about Genji Hua.
After a long dry spell, I just wrote and posted a new short story in my portfolio. It's for a prompt contest that's linked at the bottom of the story. Maybe you'd also like to enter that member's first contest.
It's been some time since I felt the urge to write, but today's Writer's Cramp prompt inspired me.The non-fiction piece below is about a move I made from Oakland to Sebastopol with half a dozen cats. Trust me, I'll never do that again.
As someone who constantly entered The Writer's Cramp since 2005, I want to thank the person who came up with this particular contest. It gives me an opportunity put into writing how much The Cramp has given me over the years.