I’m supposed to be writing. Like, actual fiction. But instead I’m sitting here trying to think of something good to say because if I don’t I’m going to be in the schnauzer haus with Ella. She’s mean like that, but don’t tell her I told you.
Anyway, a couple of weeks ago I ran a LibraryThing giveaway, and I just want to say thank you to all of the people who requested Bitten, and to everyone who has left a review, or will do so in the future. I don’t know if any of those folks will ever make it here to see this, but if they do, I want to make sure they know that it means a lot, knowing there are people out there who want to read my work. So, a hearty Thank You! to all of you.
And in other news, the second Killer B’s story, Unleashed, is up.
I really love looking at that cover. Grady is so pretty.
I’ve got a Library Thing giveaway going on for Bitten right now. It just went live, and it will run until February 19th at 8:09 p.m. EST. I can’t link to my entry, but the giveaway page can be found here, and the entries can be sorted by the date they end. So, if you’d like some free sexy-times, please do check it out.
When screenwriters have boring exposition that they need to get into the story, and have no other way of spicing it up, they use a technique called The Pope In The Pool. Anyone familiar with Blake Snyder’s Save The Cat! will recognize the term. For those who aren’t familiar with it, what it boils down to is this: roll out the boring stuff while giving the audience something pretty or interesting to look at. The very best example of this I’ve ever seen is an episode of Castle, in which a not-so-amicably divorcing couple demolish each other’s possessions while Castle and Beckett run down the facts of the case for the audience and duck projectiles. Good stuff, that.
Today, I’m going to borrow the technique and use it for my own ends – namely, to distract from the fact that I don’t really have anything to say.
So, without further ado, I’d like to introduce you to my oh-so-pretty Killer B’s boys…
On the left is Vlad, my vampire boy, and on the right is Grady, my wolf boy. They’re so pretty, they make it hard to tear my eyes away. But, sadly, that’s not going to get Unleashed to a publishable state. It’s almost done – everything but the big finish, as it were – but writing sex is hard, damn it (no pun intended), so I’d better go. I’ll leave you to look at my pretty, pretty boys.