Thursday, December 19, 2019

PAPERBACKS perfect for gift giving! (#AboutWriting #romance #homeschooling #sweetromance #sexyromance #BDSM)

My project for late this year and all next year is putting out my digital books in paperback, and I pushed myself to get four out in time for Christmas! 

Let's face it--it's not exciting to get a coupon good for a book in your stocking. You want to get something to hold, admire, love and read RIGHT NOW.

So I chose four of my best-selling books over a wide range of fiction and non-fiction for the discerning Christmas (or Chanukah) shopper.

Surprisingly, this book has done well with the homeschooling crowd.

Perfect for the advanced or aspiring author, ABOUT WRITING includes both Write This, Not That! Suz deMello's bestseller, and the newer Plotting and Planning, a primer on the basics: conflict and character, point of view, scene and much, much more, written in deMello's engaging style.

ABOUT WRITING: your essential writing manual!

From the many five star reviews:

--A great reference for experienced writers, an easy-reading primer for beginners.
--A small, but powerful book for beginners and experienced writers alike.

Find it on Amazon


When Linda Travers was fourteen, Dave Madsen, then age seventeen, rescued her from a snowy death. They later met at an end-of-term party at their college and lost their virginities to each other before Dave left the country.

And now...Despite spending her teenage years mooning over Dave, Linda Travers has moved on with her life. Being left pregnant and alone will force that on a gal. Age twenty-five, she lives in their hometown with their six-year-old, Mac. Then Dr. Dave Madsen reappears. He's spent the last years exploring in the Amazon, searching for new plants and medications. A vicious snakebite has left him needing rehab from the only physical therapist around—Linda.

Their college lovemaking was the first time for both, so Linda and Dave remember each other. She’s amazed to feel the same old anger, hurt, and need. Less emotional, Dave’s curious about Linda, wondering why she didn't leave her address and phone number for him when what they’d shared had been so good. Neither totally believes the explanations the other offers.

Since the rescue, Dave was always Linda’s hero, but she doesn’t know him anymore. Is he worthy of fathering their son? And what of their love? Can they create a future…together as a family?

It's on Amazon of course 


Want a sexy diversion?

Do you like sexy twins in a mistaken identity romance involving two hot brothers, sugar kink and a June wedding? If so, this is the light, funny romance for you!

For Colton Wilder, the invitation to his brother's wedding is an invitation to trouble, because Colt, having boinked the bride, knows what she's really like. He doesn't want his brother Max marrying selfish, manipulative Nicole Newcombe, a famous supermodel. In his view, Nicole stole the groom from her sister Dana.

For staid scientist Dana Newcombe, the invitation to her identical twin's wedding is an invitation to humiliation. While Nicole was conniving to steal Max away from Dana, Dana had wild monkey sex in a glass-walled elevator with his brother Colt.

When they meet again at the wedding, she doesn't want to want Colt, but she can't help remembering and re-enacting their earlier sexy tryst in oh so many different ways.

Praise for an earlier edition
Previously published as The Wilder Brother

"Enjoy a few hours with twins, hot men, steamy sex and lots of good fun!"
Long and Short Reviews, Amazon

"This is a truly fun read, Colt and Dana are a hoot."
Emily, Goodreads reviewer


Want to read about the real Fifty Shades?
Here it is:

Want to know the real deal about kink and BDSM?

You won't find it in BS like "Daddy's Little Milch Cow" or The Fifty Shades books. But you'll find it in Perilous Play, Suz deMello's memoir.

Readers said:

"Five stars! BDSM viewed from the inside out."
"Five+ smashing stars! I wish more people knew about this book."
"Five stars! A candid and page-turning account."

 Buy it here

Happy reading!

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