Monthly Archives: December 2011

Office Hijinks – Vintage Erotica Covers

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An Annual Tradition

TweetMy chief hobby is choral singing, which for me goes along with listening to music. Lots of music. Frequently. Most Decembers, I get the urge to listen to Christmas music (generally sacred, not secular). It’s usually something completely different from … Continue reading

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Writing (Erotic) Short Fiction – FAQ

TweetIn the depths of my website are some useful articles I wrote. I thought I would reproduce this one here, out front. Short Fiction FAQ Establishing yourself as a writer of short fiction can pay a little money and, more … Continue reading

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“Jimmy Doane,” Rowland Thirlmere

TweetJimmy Doane Often I think of you, Jimmy Doane,– You who, light-heartedly, came to my house Three autumns, to shoot and to eat a grouse! As I sat apart in this quiet room, My mind was full of the horror … Continue reading

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McDaniel Conference Linkage

TweetI wasn’t able to attend the McDaniel Conference on Popular Romance, but here are some reports on the proceedings. Amy Burge reports on Reflections on (Re)Reading Romance: A ‘Hands-On’ Harlequin Workshop at the recent conference held at McDaniel College. Not … Continue reading

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