When my mom had a question she would go to the beauty parlor or the bridge club. These places were full of women she respected and trusted. I come here – my friends here have some smarts and I hope they will have some ideas for me, well, us.
How do you find the books you read? Do you choose books by word of mouth, find them on blogs, magazines ads – where? I always tell you when I have a new book coming out and many of you have gotten them and I greatly appreciate it. But believe it or not, not everyone reads my blog – I know, I was shocked too! I don’t expect to become a best selling author, but millions of people enjoyed 50 Shades and I really feel that there is a percentage of those readers that would like reading about Cassie and Tom. So HOW to I let them know the books exist. This isn’t a rhetorical question – please if you have ideas, share them.
Meanwhile, I do want to use my blog to let you know of two great new books by two wonderful women. Not only fantastic writers, but also good friends of mine.
Leigh Smith’s newest book is Finding Love at the Trail’s End. I love Leigh’s books, I love the way she writes sexy cowboys and I love that her cowboys spank! This book took twist and turns and got me so wrapped up in it I was ready to spank Leigh at certain points! I know you’ll love this.
Following the death of her mother, life takes a turn for the worse for Lily Rose. When her father succumbs to alcoholism, Lily is forced to run the family's mercantile business on her own. However, when handsome wagon train scout Johnny Billings takes a fancy to her, she seizes the opportunity to get away, and although he forbids her to accompany him on the Oregon Trail she finds a way to finagle her passage.
During the long and often arduous journey, Johnny and Lily Rose fall in love. They marry and spend their wedding night beneath the stars under the cover of tall cottonwoods. Lily Rose, however, is frequently sharp-tongued and not adverse to throwing the occasional temper tantrum when things aren't going her way. But Johnny knows just how to deal with her... he takes her over his knee for a well-deserved spanking, an activity which usually leads to great sex.
Eventually, the newly married couple settle at a ranch in Fort Laramie where they look forward to a long and happy life together. But disaster strikes and Johnny is killed during a fierce storm. Grief stricken, Lily Rose is left wondering if she will ever be happy again. Some months later, Johnny's childhood friend, Luke, arrives and an instant attraction is formed. Perhaps she can still find love at the end of the trail?
But wait – there’s more!
Ronnie Soul has also come out with a new book, The Secret Diary of a Disciplined Wife, volume II! Ronnie writes about her real life and I find myself jealous of her quite often. She and her husband P enjoy spanking for the sheer pleasure of it, but P doesn’t hesitate to let Ronnie feel the real thing if he feels it’s necessary. You will love reading about here life!
Real life spankophile, Ronnie Soul, shares with us some of the things she and her husband get up to in the privacy of their own home, or in a hotel, on board a boat... you name it. Here are extracts from her now not so secret diary, each piece focusing on a specific occasion, utilizing hand, canes, paddles, rulers, or anything else that happens to be handy that can be used to spank a naughty female bottom. And Ronnie does get spanked - often! Sometimes because she's messed up or been jealous or cheeky, sometimes because spanking is a great form of stress relief, and sometimes simply for the hell of it as she and her partner enjoy it as a fundamental part of their domestic discipline marriage. And then of course there are the delicious after effects of such spankings to be savored... where the sex is as sizzling as her well-spanked bottom.
Here are two great book for you – but remember my question. Please give us all suggestions for promoting our books and letting others know about them. And if you’re willing, please go to Amazon and write a review anytime you like a book. It helps sales and I can’t tell you how much that means to a writer. Looking forward to hearing your suggestions – even if you don’t usually comment, it you have an idea, please share.