Red Toes and a Bit of Bondage


Playing with a theme…

“How can I accept a limited definable self, when I feel, in me, all possibilities?” ~ Anais Nin

Man Alone in Las Vegas Airport Kills Time by Lip-Syncing Celine Dion’s “All By Myself”

Robin Dalton:

OMG! I couldn’t stop laughing. I may be in love with Richard Dunn :-)

Originally posted on TIME:

Some may say what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. But when a man named Richard Dunn was in McCarran International Airport overnight, he clearly wanted the world to know. So he turned a boring night into a hilarious viral video, lip-syncing Celine Dion’s “All By Myself” while sitting on the escalator, and slouching against the handrail of the moving walkway while looking longingly into the camera to show the pain of going nowhere.

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❋❋❋Finding My Prince Charming❋❋❋


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Giveaway – My Favorite Dark Books… Ever!!!

Originally posted on Jessy's Book Club:

I’m a HUGE fan of Dark Erotica and Dark Romance books. Think taboo topics, dubious consent, enforced sexual submission, Stockholm Syndrome… well you get the drift.

They are dark and steamy most of the time but the best thing for me, overall, is the psychological element. How I end up identifying with the heroine, even making the same choices… and even more surprising, feeling for the bad guy… When done right, they mess with your mind… in the best kind of way :)

I’ve read so many of them but there are a few that have ended up in my best of the best list. And 11 very lucky readers will walk away with signed paperbacks or ebooks :)

So which books I’m I talking about?

dark reads giveaway

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First Day of Spring

First Day of Spring

“Spring has returned. The earth is like a child that knows poems.” — Rainer Maria Rilke

I’m giving away kindles, iPads, books, tshirts and pigs! Click here.


Robin Dalton:

I only very recently discovered Pepper Winters’ Oh so erotic and Oh so dark fiction. However, I am totally hooked on her. Here is the first chapter of her new book.

Originally posted on Pepper Winters:

 I thought I’d share this unedited, unchanged, subject to be ripped apart and rewritten first chapter of Destroyed. 

I’d love to hear your thoughts. Too much backstory? Not intriguing enough? Let me know. 


Happy Reading.


DESTROYED. Release 24th Feb 2014

Copyright, unedited, yada yada





I didn’t believe her when she said she was complicated.

She didn’t believe me when I said I had secrets.

I didn’t understand the truth, even when she let me glimpse behind her mask.

She didn’t understand that I couldn’t live with the consequences.

I thought she was a saint.

She thought I was a sinner.

Too bad we didn’t try to find the truth.

We both paid the price.

We destroyed each other.





If I knew now what I suspected then, I’d like to think I would’ve done things differently. I would’ve planned better, worked harder…

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The Battle of Winchelsea

Robin Dalton:

I love this blog!! Here’s another great post. Enjoy,

Originally posted on The Freelance History Writer:

Page from the illuminated manuscript of Jean Froissart’s “Chronicles’ depicting a medieval naval battle

By the time of reign of King Edward III of England, some of the Angevin Empire had been lost. Edward still retained the Duchy of Aquitaine, the legacy of Eleanor of Aquitaine, wife of King Henry II. Edward held the duchy as a vassal of the French King Philip VI. When he did not fulfill his duties as vassal, Philip seized the valuable asset, rightly angering Edward. In 1340, Edward declared himself King of France, citing his mother Isabella of France’s birthright as the daughter of King Philip IV. Thus began the Hundred Years War which lasted from 1337-1453 between the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of France and their various allies.

In the beginning, Edward and his eldest son, Edward the Black Prince were successful in battle at Crécy in 1346 and Calais…

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