Sunday, June 23, 2013

Do you believe in ghosts?

In this day and age, paranormal is a HOT subject. Whether it's a television show, movie or a book, people can't get enough ghost stories. Many people are skeptic about ghosts, wondering if it really is real or just a figment of our imagination, but many people are true believers, especially those who have come in contact with them or experience something unexplainable. We all wondered if that knocking sound we heard in the middle of the night was a ghost trying to communicate or just a tree branch tapping against the house. Or the black shadow you saw out of the corner of your eye was just you seeing things or was it really something paranormal. Or maybe when you walk into a room and every hair on the back of your neck stands up. Is this your body's way of telling you something's not right? Hmmmm....

I, myself am a true believer with being a ghost hunter and all. I have had many extraordinary experiences and a few frightening ones as well. So writing a book about ghosts was right up my alley. I loved every minute of writing my new paranormal story, My Haunting Love.  This book is also my first young adult story, so there are no smutty stuff going on. Dang!! hehehe But....I will tell you this little juicy tidbit. The picture on the back of this new book is an actual ghost. TRUE...I took the picture myself while ghost hunting one evening and let me say this, when the black shadow appeared on my camera, I nearly pissed myself. So without further ado...I give you My Haunting Love.

Look out Edward Cullen, there is a new boy in town and his name is John Lansberry!!!
My Haunting Love is also available on Barnes and Noble and worldwide.

Monday, March 4, 2013

The Very Inspiring Blogger Award

I have been nominated by the wonderful Fiona Wilson for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award. You can read her posts here:

Thank you Fiona. :)

Here are the rules of the Very Inspiring Blogger Award:
1. Display the award logo on your blog
2. Link back to the person who nominated you
3. State 7 things about yourself
4. Nominate 15 other bloggers for this award and link to them

So, here are 7 things about me:

1) I twist my hair when I am nervous, bored and just need to do something with my fingers. hehehe

2) I love sea food. I see food, I eat it. :)

3) I love all dogs, but my favorite is a Great Dane. Someday...before I die, I hope to own one.

4) A lot of people don't know I was born with a hearing disability. I wear two hearing aids, but sometimes take one out when I don't want to hear bull****.  :)

5) I am a ghost hunter.

6) My favorite kind of music is the 80's, but I also enjoy listening to fifties music. Blame my parents on that one. LOL

7) My favorite song at the moment is.......Call Me Maybe   It's catchy. A great song to dance my fat ass too. bahahaha

I nominate....

Rebecca Boucher----

Mandy Anderson---

Jane Anne Linsdell---

Turning Pages---

Princess Reviews---

Azum Twi-Imprinted---

Liz Kingsbury McKeown---

Nic Leah Lautner---

Tiffany Carmouche---!news%2Fc1x9v&h=yAQHxidm6

Toni Grace Sinns---

Nicole Kuhn---

Monday, February 18, 2013's just not a sticker anymore..

Randee Stevens is new to the erotica world.  Her first sexy story came to her while lying in bed with her hubby one night. They were watching television and a commercial came on. It was one of those commercial where the guy is sniffing the carpet. *shaking head* I mean really who sits around sniffing carpets all day? Maybe your clothes or your armpits to see if they stink but carpet? Really? So anyways, she turns to her hubby and says "That would make a great title for a story." And so story ideas started popping in her head and soon Scratch-n-Sniff was born. and NO...its not about sniffing carpets. hehehe 

Scratch-n-Sniff is basically a short sexy story with a bit of humor to it. Yes, there is sex, there is language and yes, there is self gratification. Isn't that what erotica is? hehehe 

So if you are looking for a funny and sexy story, check out Randee's Scratch-n-Sniff. Give this author some love and spread the word for her. And here is the best's only .99

“Oh. My. God!” She choked with laughter. It usually took a lot to make her blush, but she could feel her cheeks burning as she stared at Tony.

“You must be smoking the wacky weed or something because you are crazy… and disgusting.” She added, stifling her laugh.

“Nah. I don’t touch that stuff. I’m straight as an arrow. I just don’t always shoot straight.” He joked. He knew that sounded corny, but the more he talked and stared at her breasts, the more his brain turned to mush and his cock took over. He could feel it pushing hard against his jeans as he looked down, hoping it wasn’t saluting her. Shit! It was. He glanced back up at Tasha and noticed she was staring at it too. Damn it!

A huge smile grew on her face.

“I can see your other little arrow is ready to shoot too.”

He quickly turned around and walked back behind the counter. Tasha giggled. She loved making men blush…and squirm. 

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Weird dreams.....

Did you ever take a nap and woke up with the most vivid story idea in your head? Yeah, rarely ever take naps and happened to me tonight, although it wasn't a story, it was a poem. Which is weird because I totally suck balls when it comes to writing poems. All the rhyming and smyming...blah blah blah. Well this evening I woke up thinking about a woman name Stella, not sure if I was thinking about Elaine from Seinfeld or not. LOL  Here is the poem....

                      OH STELLA


Oh Stella, with your hair so brown

And your lips so red.

Roaming the city streets,

Looking for someone to bed.

Oh Stella, with your shoulders so broad

And hips so wide,

Keep turning those tricks

You’ll never be a bride.

Oh Stella, with your dirty broken nails

And grungy wedding dress

Keep lying and cheating

Your life will always be a mess.

Oh Stella, your fairy-tail dreams are shattered

Your heart is broken in pieces

Walking those lonely streets

With just you and your Maltese.
Go figure!! I'm a poet and don't know it. bahahaha 
Have a great weekend everyone!!!

Tuesday, February 5, 2013


Valentine's Day is just around the corner and Love is in the Air......ppbbft!!! Love should be in the air 365 days a year......ppbbft!!!  No, I'm not a sour puss, I'm just realistic. Sure I think the world would be a better place if  we all lived in peace and harmony. You know from the  Sixties era, "MAKE LOVE NOT WAR"  But unfortunately we don't live in those days anymore. 

Here is my thoughts on Love.....


Love is everything we want it to be and everything we don't want it to be.


Love comes in all sizes, shape and form, love can fit in the palm of our hands.


Sometimes we take the one we love for granted, that is life. But in the end....


Need to find love this Valentine's Day? Need a romance story to put you in a romantic mood?

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Tina Carreiro----Next Big Thing Blog Hop

I virtually met Tina Carreiro over a year ago through Facebook. It wasn't until recently that her and I became friends, whom she was happy to lend an ear so I could rant and rave over a few personal things. (Thank you)  Not only is Tina a good friend, whom I can talk to and trust for her honest oppinion, she is a spectular writer. Her vampire/romance story Power of the Moon is proof of that. I recently asked Tina some questions and here they are. :)

1)When did you decide to become a writer? I’ve always been a writer, crafting stories as far back as I can remember and sharing them with family and friends. When I decided to put myself out in the public eye is a different story. When I finished Power of the Moon, my husband read the draft. He loved it. His reaction alone instilled enough confidence in me to move forward into the publishing world.

2) Who is your number one fan? My kids. Although, they aren’t allowed to read my books until their early twenties… they cheer the loudest everywhere we go.

3) What is the hardest thing about writing a book? I may be alone on this, but I don’t find writing hard. I love it. It flows from me in natural waves of creativity. Editing sucks though.

4)What or who inspires you to keep writing? I love my readers and they inspire me to keep writing. I receive emails, Facebook post… etc. from them and it makes my fingers twitch to move faster. Their enthusiasm for my books, their love for my characters is something I’ll always cherish.

5) Tell us one thing about yourself that very few people know? I love to put peanut butter in my vanilla ice cream. Shhh… it’s my dirty little secret.









Friday, January 4, 2013

The Next Big Thing Blog Hop

Bare with me...this is my first blog hop and I hope I get this right. LOL  The lovely and very talented Tiffany Carmouche ask me if I would like to join and since it's the new year and I did promise myself to try new things, so I said "Okay."  Here it is.....

Tiffany Carmouche' is a romance writer and inspirational speaker shares the first novel in her upcoming Triology, The Imposter. She shares her love for music, reviews and much, much more.

When Tiffany Carmouché is not writing romance novels, you can find her sculpting, traveling, teaching, singing, dancing, escaping in music or enjoying her family.
From skydiving in Alaska to scuba diving in Hawaii, Carmouché has traveled the world seeking adventure. These include riding camels in Africa, swimming under the stars in Puerto Rico, dancing salsa in Ecuador, and walking the cobblestone roads of Assisi, Italy. She has also found fulfillment working with the disabled and orphans in Argentina and Mexico. Her most cherished moments, however, have been watching her two beautiful daughters grow and strive to accomplish their own dreams.

Despite all of these amazing experiences, she has survived many struggles. There was a time she felt defeated, but now she is recommitted to savoring experiences both in the novels she writes and in the life she lives each day. Her secret hope is that anyone who is struggling will realize there is a light at the end of the tunnel and no matter how hard the fight, no matter how many times they have been knocked down, it is always worth staggering up to their feet and learning to breathe again.!news%2Fc1x9v&h=oAQHvtltK  Website Facebook ebook on Amazon ebook on Barnes and Noble Goodreads  Obsession Fan Page


Also Tagged for this Blog Hop

Dawn Jayne

Tina Carriero

Theresa Oliver

Michelle Anderson Picarella

Theresa Renee Stoddard