If you read Twilight fan fiction, you probably have read some of Suzanne’s work. She writes under the name, windchymes. I have actually recd her story, The Keepsake, here. So I posed the question about her thoughts on writing both.
If you could ask your favorite authors one question, what would you ask?
Today, I want to introduce you to a new to us author that has a book coming out this summer. Her name is Mina Vaughn, and she’s sharing a character interview with us today. The characters are from her book, “The Schoolteacher and the Submissive. ” It’s being published by Simon and Schuster under its Pocket Star imprint.
Here’s the book summary:
Cerise Norrel, Type A substitute teacher by day, is ready to quit
being a domme. Despite her best intentions, none of her partners can
keep up with her scene fetish and attention to detail—let alone her
demand that they have a costume and set waiting every afternoon by the
time she’s home from school.
Over a dozen potential subs have left her in the past year, but just
when Cerise thinks it’s impossible—that she’ll have to go back to
vanilla relationships, or be alone forever–she meets William, who
wants to make all her fantasies come true. He turns her home into a
geisha’s dream apartment, a concert hall with a grand piano (which he
uses to play an original composition while wearing a tuxedo), and even
rents an abandoned loft for a zombie apocalypse scene—complete with
But there’s something strange about William. Well, a lot of strange
things. He must be absurdly rich, since he can afford to provide
extravagant costumes and props on a daily basis without having to
leave work early. He must be insane, since he puts up with Cerise’s
over-the-top demands. And most importantly, he doesn’t redden when
he’s spanked, and his skin is as cool as satin sheets. When Cerise
discovers she’s become domme to the infamous “Chilly Willy,” as he’s
known throughout BDSM urban lore, she begins to find out there’s a
whole lot more to her handsome submissive than a creative mind and a
And when it’s William, ironically, who starts pressing Cerise to give
him the kind of commitment she’s never given anyone, it’ll take
everything she has to work through her issues, confront her past, and
learn to be vulnerable.
Now lets go meet William Gentry and Cerise…
Reviewers: How do you handle the less than ideal review requests? You know, the ones that have clearly not read your blog or your review policy. Also, what’s the worst review request you’ve ever received?
Share the love! In honor of Valentines Day, tell us about a few of the bloggers (and/or) authors you love.
Since I love to say…Sharing is caring… this is a pretty perfect way to get ready for all the great stuff we have planned for Valentines week…