Titilating Tuesday

Over at the message boards it’s Titilating Tuesday and I’ve posted some sneaky peeks of Reluctant and even a small glimpse of Stripped.

Speaking of Stripped, I hit 20K last night! Woot – over 60% done now.

Oh! And Giving Chase is available for pre-order at Amazon! I happened upon it by accident earlier today. That’s so cool!

I saw a review for Triad that complained the story would never happen in real life. Hello? It’s about a vampire, a witch and a wizard and a compact created by a goddess who was aided in a battle with a demon – what part of that led anyone to think it would be “realistic”? It also complains of too much story and not enough sex, which makes me laugh because there’s another older review that complains of too much sex and not enough story. And I do beg to differ about the menage, I take a lot of care in my menage books to deal with the very real problems of sharing someone you love with someone else – even if they are vampires. It’s fine, it just shows the very real subjective quality of reviews, LOL. Some of the books I loved the most have been ones other people have hated (Narcissus in Chains and Outlander for instance)

5 comments to “Titilating Tuesday”

  1. Cherryl
    September 5th, 2006 at 10:19 pm · Link

    You can never please everybody! I really enjoyed Triad and the other books in the series. Keep them coming. I also loved your Enforcer story. Looking forward to the next!

  2. Maya
    September 6th, 2006 at 9:46 am · Link

    *snicker* I never pay attention to the people who whine and complain about “reality.” Hello? It’s fiction. If I want a dose of realism, I’ll go bore myself to tears with the newspaper.

    The more “fantasy” the better in my book. I love a book that’ll take me places I can never go “in real life.”

  3. Lauren
    September 6th, 2006 at 12:31 pm · Link

    Thank you Cherryl!

    And yeah, Maya, I know, LOL.

  4. Lauren
    September 6th, 2006 at 12:40 pm · Link

    Hmm, yes, yes that’s the title of my novella.

  5. Amanda Brice
    September 6th, 2006 at 12:35 pm · Link

    Fantasy is great.

    Hmm…Stripped, huh? Seems to be a popular title for a book these days.